Lisa Rinna casts shade for Denise Richards for skipping RHOBH’s season finale recording!

Lisa Rinna took advantage of social media to apparently slam her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star Denise Richards after the latter skipped the final shoot of the season! According to Lisa, Denise “never showed up!”

In addition, one of Lisa’s co-stars has also thought about this and it turns out that she was not on her side!

It looks like a new feud could start on the reality show!

Rinna seemed to overshadow Richards by leaving some interesting comments on a photo that Denise had posted of her post-hernia surgery body.

“It was a few months ago and turned out to be a good lesson for me to always listen to my body,” Denise wrote in the caption before thanking the medical specialists who helped her.

In addition, she also addressed a gentle cry to her husband, Aaron Phypers.

Although the message sounds healthy and inspiring, Lisa used it as an opportunity to attack Denise!

While most people sent their good wishes, Lisa asked a few questions with a shade of shadow in them.

“Denise, are you okay?” You never showed up at Dorit’s Sat Night, we were all very worried about you. What happened?! », She wonders.

And that was not all! She continued, “You said you were coming, you are meeting Garcell. We never heard from you. What happened? Is everything alright? Is everyone okay? “

However, soon after, co-star Camille Meyer called Lisa for throwing her friend under the bus like that.

Camille then suggested that instead of tweeting, maybe Lisa should just call Denise and check how she was doing.


All this interaction on social media seems to suggest that there will be a new serious drama next season! Are you looking forward to it?

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