After the doubters continued to discuss their suspicions of Yolanda Foster's health on last night's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the ailing reality star is killing them — with kindness.
In her latest Bravo blog Yolanda takes on her critics, addressing continuous questions surrounding her Lyme disease diagnosis.
"I wonder why these adult women sit around drinking wine in the afternoon debating another person's health issues?" she asked, referencing Lisa Rinna, Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump's recent gossip session. "As much as I wished they cared enough to learn and ask questions, I must blame it on and assume it's 'ignorance.'"
Then, in a more forgiving moment, Yolanda let her costars off the hook for doubting her disease.
"I don't blame Rinna, Kyle or LVDP," she confessed. "I understand it and feel sorry to see my battle be such a point of weakness for them. If I let fear of what others say about me creep into my mind, I probably would not be where I am today."
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As Radar previously reported, Yolanda's ex David Foster took on her haters this week as well, releasing a statement addressing the controversy.
"Over the past few weeks, a great deal of inaccurate or baseless information has been reported claiming to represent my thoughts and feelings. It is painful to watch this happen repeatedly — especially while trying to cope with the personal nature of the challenges surrounding the breakup of our loving marriage," Foster told Radar in his statement.
"I have always had and continue to have the utmost respect and love for Yolanda, which is why it is so frustrating to see headlines questioning her chronic debilitating illness," he continued, slamming RHOBH doubters.
But David's unyielding support didn't prove to be enough, in the end. As reported, the couple announced their split after four years of marriage.
During a recent addition of Watch What Happens Live, Yolanda seemed to blame the breakup on her ongoing struggles with Lyme disease, admitting that David's role as the caregiver was "extremely challenging" for them both.