Last week, Bravo exec Andy Cohen responded to the backlash from Real Housewives of Potomac viewers who accused him of being biased against Monique Samuels and going too easy on Candiace Dillard.
Monique responded to his remarks, and she feels the same way.
"It could have been anybody else but me," Monique said via Youtube.
She continued, "Other people wouldn't have got the same treatment. I honestly believe that had two other people been involved in any type of altercation on our show, it would have been a come to Jesus moment. It would have been, 'Let's fix this, let's ask help these women out.' You know, 'Let's get us back together and get us back on the same page.' And it just didn't happen as it pertained to me because there was a clear agenda here."
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Monique says the show was waiting on her to make a mistake: "It was like, yes she finally screwed up. Let's get her out of here."