Eboni Williams of The Real Housewives of New York teased that upcoming episodes might be uncomfortable but they are important and fans should watch.
Star of The Real Housewives of New York Eboni Williams teased the show’s upcoming episodes. The show recently premiered its twelfth season and fans of the long-running series are loving it. However, fans have been curious to see how the show will handle conversations involving race and the Black Lives Matter movement. Williams teased fans might not have to wait much longer.
Williams joined the cast ahead of its twelfth season becoming the show’s first black cast member. The specific casting led fans to believe that Williams would be brought on to guide the show’s older, white cast through several important discussions. The first two episodes of season twelve were super fun. Williams took to Instagram to reveal that important conversations will begin to happen in episode three.
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“These next couple episodes will have moments that are hilarious, uncomfortable, and shocking,” wrote the star on Instagram, “I implore you to stay the course.” Williams insisted the next few episodes would be beneficial. “Stay engaged, Please go on this journey with us,” pleaded the newcomer, “I promise it will be unlike anything you’ve ever seen.” She teased that important conversations wouldn’t completely dominate the show, saying “You might even get to experience a little RHONY magic.”
Williams shared that she expected that these conversations would come into play. “I knew we were all signing up for something interesting,” wrote the new housewife. “It would be different, challenging and potentially rewarding.” Williams confirmed in a separate paragraph that the experience was indeed rewarding. “I’m extremely proud of myself and my castmates,” revealed the reality star, “We didn’t always say the exact right thing but we were always honest, authentic, and curious enough to build true and beautiful connections with each other.”
Williams eased any worries a viewer might have of not completely understanding certain aspects of racial conversations. “Having racially and socioeconomically homogeneous social circles is common,” assured the author, “Almost all of us hang out and socialize with groups that look and act like us.” However, she insisted she was not going to go easy on anybody. “Sometimes I tell too much truth for the PC crowd,” she asserted, “But IDGAF.”
The Real Housewives of New York has always been a fan favorite amongst reality fans. Viewers can also expect to see the anticipated feud between Leah McSweeney and former housewife, Heather Thompson. “RHONY magic,” indeed.
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