RHOP: Monique Samuels Says She Want She Would Have Walked Away From Candiace Dillard Earlier than Struggle
Real Housewives of Potomac had an episode for the books on Sunday night when the long-awaited fight between Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard went down. Not only did Monique take a lot of heat to get her hands on Candiace, but she has also been shouted at by critics for showing no remorse.
During the show, the women were in a winery when the two got into a heated argument. Monique pulled Candiace’s head down and hit her while the production had to pull her away from her enemy.
After separating the two, Monique runs back to try to get involved again, but by that point Candiace has already been removed from the scene.
For the rest of the show, Monique doesn’t seem to regret what happened.
She also went to Twitter, where she tweeted live, and ended up making a blanket statement about the moment that was untypical of her.
The blessing of experiencing lows means there is no other place but UP! Keep watching to see the entire trip. I’m grateful for my ups and downs as they help me grow. I will keep looking for the positives wrapped in the negatives and moving forward with #RHOP
– Monique Samuels (@iammrssamuels) September 28, 2020
‘The blessing of experiencing lows means there is no other place but UP! Keep watching to see the entire trip. I’m grateful for my ups and downs as they help me grow. I will continue to search for the positives wrapped in the negatives and move forward #RHOP. ‘
As previously reported, this struggle changed the group’s dynamic. It also made Monique quit the show because she was shunned by some of the other women.
Samuels recently spoke to Daily Dish, where she reveals that she regrets how everything has gone.
‘One action led to the next. I did not anticipate in any way, form or shape that this would become physical at this moment. I just want the fans to know that it wasn’t willful. This was based on the return of energy. And it just became something very ugly. I just wish none of this had ever happened. I wish when I felt triggered I was aware of myself enough to just walk away. ‘
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