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Too many reality TV stars have put out music. Sometimes the music is “so bad that it’s good.” Other times, it’s just an embarrassing waste of time. Once in a blue moon, the track is actually a good song.

Recently, Real Housewives of Potomac star Monique Samuels released a song called “Drag Queens” that she believes is “inspiring.” You can be the judge on that one. Her nemesis Candiace Dillard disagrees with Monique’s take, obviously. And, as per usual, Candiace went way too far with her hating.

In an Instagram Story video that was shared by a fan account, Candiace went in on Monique for putting out that song. Candiace had the audacity to declare, “Monique is mentally ill. She’s mentally ill, and, furthermore, no one in her camp… no one cares about you: your legal team, your husband, your family to let you do that. How is the song about standing up for yourself when the first verse is you bragging about doing ‘what I asked for.'”

I imagine Candiace listening to Monique’s song over and over again so she could attempt to come up with some insults. However, she claims she only listened to the song once. Sure, Candiace.

 

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Candiace asked, “How is that inspiring?”

She claims she only listened to this song one time, yet she seems to have a vivid memory of each verse. Candiace said, “And, then, the second verse, I forget what it says, but it’s clearly about Gizelle [Bryant]. What’s inspiring about that? It’s like you… who raised you that you think that that’s inspiring?” Candiace should not be talking about anyone else’s parents. We’ve all seen her mommy/daughter drama for years on this show.

 

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Then, just when you thought Candiace couldn’t stoop any lower, she said, “And how dare you be given the privilege of raising children when that is your mental state, when that is your idea of ‘inspiration.’ How dare you. How embarrassing for you and your children.” Seriously Candiace? It’s just a random song that people are probably going to forget about. It’s not that deep. Why bring the family and children into this?

 

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TELL US- WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT CANDIACE’S REMARKS? IS IT ENTERTAINING WHEN SHE GOES TOO FAR OR DO YOU WANT HER TO REEL IT IN? WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT MONIQUE’S SONG?

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