Yes, it's true. Lilly Ghalichi has come to realize she doesn't belong on Shahs of Sunset. Has Christmas come early? Is she gone? Doubtful – but y'all know she'll bellyache about it until the cows come home. 

Like a good little bravolebrity, Lilly took to her weekly Bravo blog to complain about her Shahs of Sunset co-stars, namely Mercedes "MJ" Javid

Lilly jumped right in, "I can't believe MJ is still so intimidated by me when I walk through the door," adding, "I don't understand what I've done to make her feel so insecure other than exist."


Lilly went on to say she's over everyone handling MJ with kid gloves. "She's a grown ass woman," she said. "I will hold her to the standards of any other adult, no special treatment." 

This week, Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi invited everyone to dinner, and MJ and Lilly were ripping one another apart within minutes. MJ accused Lilly of plotting against her and planning to keep her away from the party.  

"I invited her like I invited the other 300 guests,"  insisted Lilly.  "She chose not to RSVP for the dinner or even come to the party at all! Either she's delusional or other people in the group (ahem, Reza, and his visions) are telling her lies. I hate to break it to her, but my birthday party is about me, not humiliating MJ or locking her at the gates. That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard." 

Lilly started to diss the group as a whole, then, as well as question whether or not the show, the people, the drama are for her. 

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"Someone is always attacking someone, mad at someone, hates this person, can't stand that person,  best friends with this person now,  but hates that person now," Lilly vented. "Do something constructive and positive with your time and energy instead of worrying about such petty things in life."

Oh gosh, Lilly.  Like texting and driving? So positive!  Or snapping and tweeting selfies every 30 seconds? So constructive! 

Lilly added,  "It’s clear to me now that MJ is intimidated by my sheer existence and will never be able to be around me. It is also clear to me now that her harsh statement is correct – everyone at that table is her friend, not mine."

"I’m not sure why I thought it was a good idea to let Reza [Farahan] bring me into his group of 'Persian' friends in the first place, but at this headache of a dinner I definitely realize I do not belong here,  so I leave,"  explained Lilly. "The last thing I need are fake friends. I have plenty of real friends that I can surround myself with that are positive, drama-free, and hard working."

Lilly concluded, "I'm done." Until next week. And the next. And the next. I mean, the girl's got bikinis and eye lashes to promote.


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