I am thanking the Bravo gods now that the Real Housewives of Potomac Season 7 is finally over. From Gizelle Bryant’s schemes to Robyn Dixon’s lies, they really let a lot of us down. After the finale, Robyn basically admitted to knowing about Juan Dixon‘s extracurricular affairs. Yep, the former basketball coach was reportedly frolicking the streets of Georgetown with some blonde bombshell. And yes, the green-eyed bandits hid it from us.

Look, I appreciate that the OGs have given us seven years of great content. However, I don’t want it anymore if what they provide is stale and rehearsed. In fact, it looks like some of their other cast members feel the same way. In a recent interview with E! NewsCandiace Dilliard Bassett jumps into the conversation to share her opinions.

“We were all, I think, disappointed,” she said. “Because we come onto this huge platform to share our real lives—or we’re supposed to,” Candiace added. “I can say for me, I’ve always given you everything and then some, to my detriment a lot of the time.”

Candiace’s first few seasons of RHOP were tough. She fought incessantly with an overbearing mother, Monique Samuels took several swings at her and she continues to fight with Ashley Darby. Candiace has given fans more than at least three of the OG Housewives combined. 

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The biggest issue with Robyn’s dishonesty is she now discredits the entire show– maybe even the franchise. If we can’t trust that you’re giving us the real deal, what’s the point in watching? Candiace believes it’s unfortunate “when you think you are on a platform with people that are equally giving of themselves, and you realize in a big way that they are not.”

Whether she thinks Robyn should return next season as a full-time Housewife, the RHOP vet says, “I am glad I am not an executive. I don’t want to be making the decisions about who’s hired, who’s fired.” Candiace says she hopes “whatever happens is fair and that the morale of the group is not affected in a negative way.”


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