Eboni K. Williams has revealed that her Real Housewives of New York costars do not want to talk about race.
Eboni is the first Black cast member in the history of the show.
“I was the first Black woman at my law firm, I was the first Black woman in my gifted classes in high school. The first black woman in most of the pageants I was ever in,” she said during a recent appearance on the Wendy Williams Show. “I was the first Black woman to host an early prime-time show on Fox News Channel. I chose to wear it as a privilege. As Kamala Harris says, ‘If I’m first, I better damn well not be the last.’ ”
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She added, “These women, they don’t want to talk about race,” she said of her castmates. “If they did, it would have been brought up 13 seasons ago.”
Eboni reportedly clashed with Ramona Singer over race. Ramona is known for being one of the most racially insensitive members of the group.