Brandi Glanville Tweets About Exes And “Being A Lesbian Again”

We can always count on Brandi Glanville to say outrageous things. The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has no filter and she just went on a Twitter rant all about her exes and her insensitively worded desire to be a lesbian.

Whether you love her or hate her, you have to admit that Brandi never fails to be interesting and she was really letting her thoughts flow with her latest spree of tweets. I’m not even positive if all of the tweets are connected to each other or if they are just random thoughts, but it is clear that Brandi has had a lot on her mind these days.


Brandi is definitely an entertaining Twitter follow, that’s for sure. On October 14, Brandi tweeted, “All guys suck. Back to being a lesbian again,” and I can’t help assuming that this was directed one guy in particular. I don’t think it was great wording in all honesty, at least the “lesbian” part, I am sure a lot of people found that to be insensitive, but I guess the point she was trying to make is that her romantic life is not going well these days.

The next day, Brandi tweeted, “I dislike most people today.” She added a broken heart emoji which makes me think that she just went through a break up or that she’s at a minimum done dealing with some dude’s drama.

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After that, Brandi alluded to some love triangle type drama when she tweeted, “Please all crazy ex gfs LEAVE ME ALONE – I’m crazy enough as it is – thanks.” So it is safe to infer that someone’s ex was hitting her up and making her love life a little bit complicated.

And then finally, Brandi struck a cord with a lot of people who have lingering exes when she tweeted this gem: “Just cuz u have crazy sexual chemistry with an ex-boyfriend doesn’t mean you’re supposed to be together. Remember exes are exes for a reason!” It seems to me like she’s trying not to return to an ex, someone was messing with their relationship, and that she is just so over dating at the moment – completely and totally relatable.


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