Yolanda Foster: Lisa Vanderpump Needs To Apply The “Emotional Depth” She Feels For “Poor Dogs” To “Her Human Friends”

From Lisa Rinna‘s love of labels to real friends vs. Beverly Hills friends to Lisa Vanderpump‘s love of dogs, Yolanda Foster has lots to say about this week’s episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

“How different life was seven months ago. I guess the only thing constant in life is change, and boy did I experience change in 2015,” says Yolanda. “I fought to live, I loved, I lost, I missed, I hurt, I trusted, I made mistakes, but most of all, I learned..and with that knowledge I choose to move forward, one day at a time.”

Yolanda says she’s proud of Camille Grammer for sharing her “journey” and turning her “mess into a message,” sharing, “I was happy to be able to support her beautiful event, even if it was just for a quick visit.”


As if her higher purpose journey wasn’t exhausting enough, now Yolanda has to deal with being psychic, “When frequencies are off due to tension or lingering anger, it is draining. I sensed Rinna‘s negative energy early on in the evening.”

Yolanda bemoans the labels Lisa Rinna has burdened her #RealFriends with, you know, because Lisa pulled said labels out of her thin air and Kim Richards and Brandi Glanville are innocent victims in this dreadful situation. #sarcasm

“It was painful for me to witness Lisa Rinna so bluntly label Kim a ‘drug addict’ and Brandi an ‘alcoholic’ in public because the ripple effect of that was so painful for all involved from children, family, and loved ones. So much hurt that could have been avoided if handled in a more delicate way.”

Yolanda goes on to say that Lisa Rinna is dark and angry. She also questions why Lisa cares how she spends her day – if she wants to lunch with Brandi and Kim, who cater to her delusions, and blow off dinner with her co-stars, who call her out on her lies, then so be it. Let’s also ignore the fact that it’s her JOB, for which she is being paid, to attend filmed events… but, spoons.

“Our physical universe operates under a clear set of spiritual laws, and it might be time for Rinna to replace her anger with compassion, unity, love, and fulfillment, as that’s what the red Kaballah string around her wrist is suppose to represent,” lectures Yolanda. “We don’t have to be best friends with everyone, but at least show kindness and compassion.”

Yolanda goes on and on (and on and on) to defend her friendship with Brandi and Kim. “These women were in our lives for many years, and YES there were some really ‘uncomfortable’ and ‘unacceptable’ moments between them and the women in this group. I respect that and have not forgotten. At the end of the day, though, they are still human, and they deserve to be loved and supported, especially during difficult times. Those hardest to love need it the most,” she preaches. “Kim and Brandi have always been compassionate and supportive of my journey, and for that I will be forever loyal.”

So, um, can you say… doth protest too much?!

“Most Beverly Hills friends seem to be there when the chips are up but nowhere to be found when the chips are down,” laments Yolanda. “Hard lesson to learn, but I guess that’s the reality of today’s world. This replace versus repair formula doesn’t resonate with me.”

Yolanda lets her bitch flag fly when she addresses Lisa Vanderpump and the Stop Yulin Forever march, “It is interesting to see some of these adult women make such calculating moves without any respect or empathy for human beings suffering, yet they spend the day marching for Yulin. Is it because that moment brings them significant attention?”

“Don’t get me wrong – this is such an important cause and had it been a good day, I would have been there to support it for sure,” continues Yolanda. “I was touched seeing LVP’s emotion while talking about the poor dogs, and I do wish she would sometimes access this same emotional depth and apply it to us, her human friends.”

Yolanda praises Eileen Davidson for her honesty and authenticity. Then she turns Kathryn Edwards‘ scene, when she gets the hearing aid, into a reminder to “never judge a book by its cover because most people in today’s world suffer in silence from invisible diseases that we know nothing about.”

About the marital problems which were exposed this episode, Yolanda shares, “A divorce, regardless of how it happens, is still the closing of the chapter, a separation from your life partner. We can’t help but feel the loss and wonder when and how things went wrong. Long-term illness brings challenging hurdles to a home, a family, and a marriage. It affects many lives, but I have to believe we have done the best we can. Rather then getting stuck on what went wrong, I choose to focus on what was right and cherish the great memories we shared.”

Yolanda addresses her name change; specifically, what she deems to be the “unnecessary confusion” surrounding it. “I chose to keep my married name for my children when their father and I separated in 2000. It was important to them and we decided this as a family. When I married David, I honored his and went by both. I was Yolanda Hadid-Foster. Now I have dropped Foster for obvious reasons. Honoring my children’s wishes on this subject is important to me.”

In other words, how dare we question Yolanda, or what’s important to her kids! So many eye rolls! I honestly don’t know if I can stomach next week’s show. Not only is it the Golden Lyme Alliance gala, where it will be all, Bella gets a journey! And Anwar gets a journey! Everybody but My Gigi gets a journey!, but it is also the return of Brandi Glanville. And that’s a “journey” I don’t care to revisit.


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