Eboni K. Wiliams made history by becoming Real Housewives of New York City's first black cast mate -- and she and Ramona Singer were recently seen in a trailer getting into a heated discussion.
During an interview, she revealed that it was down to Ramona being racially insensitive and says that educating her ignorant cast mate is not her job.
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"I would say that my time at Fox News was a great primer for my experience on the show," Eboni said during a recent interview. "It's a fool's errand to go into these conversations thinking you're going to change the other person. All you should really concern yourself with is delivering clear, authentic, fact-based, emotionally authentic communication."
"It's really never me saying, 'Oh, let me have this conversation with Ramona so I can get her to understand Black Lives Matter,'" she continued. "That is not my f*cking job. Bravo didn't pay me for that. Nor is it even my assignment to get all of the people that watch this show to understand that. Like, I'm really not a teacher on this show."