The battle between some Real Housewives of New York is left unsettled, but a recent book from Ramona Singer might just have given some answer on the issue.
Current reality TV show The Real Housewives of New York has been tuning to the argument that Ramona Singer and Bethenny Frankel left hanging. In their recent trip to Turks and Caicos, Carole Radziwill was telling Bethenny Frankel about a naked man that Ramona Singer apparently left at her room. Radziwill said “I don’t care, bring home a guy [but] don’t leave him naked in my room. If she was in the bed with him, I’d be like, ‘Oh my god, this is the best day ever.” Frankel said that if Singer just admitted the issue, then they would be mum about it. She added that she is not buying other things that Singer is saying, such as there are no “men” in her life, she didn’t get a boob job, and that she’s a nun living in a monastery. Frankel added that “Just because you were raised Catholic and wore crosses around your neck doesn’t mean you’re a nun, or a practicing Catholic, btw,” as noted by 2 Paragraphs.
Recently, though, Singer penned a book about other angles of her life. Ironically, a person whose life is an open book in front of TV show cameras, made fans feel that they knew very little about her.
Ramona told E Online that “I love doing the show. But you don’t always see the complete picture. I wanted to do a no-holds-barred story about my life.” In Life on the Ramona Coaster, she reveals a different side of her that were not formerly disclosed. The same news portal compiled some interesting insights about her, such as the instance when she pulled a knife to her father to defend her mother from his abuse, got a boob job, and that her success in the TV show hugely contributed to the downturn in her marriage. She admitted that she is uncertain of what her future holds but is confident as she has stormed through rough roads in the past.
At least for now, the “boob job” issue has been answered.