Real Housewives of Orange County former cast member Vicki Gunvalson has made her opinions about the COVID-19 vaccine very clear with other "housewives." She seems to have a strong take on the jab and couldn't keep it to herself.
The self-proclaimed "OG of the OC" stunned other Bravo talents when she spilled what she thinks would happen to anybody who had received the COVID-19 vaccine.
"She wouldn't stop fighting about the shot and really got into it with Dorina. Vicki told Dorinda that everyone who got the vaccine is going to die," the source claimed, noting that Vicky's belief has "nothing to do with religious reasons."
An insider revealed that the 59-year-old reality tv star felt the need to continuously get herself into arguments over the vaccine with other "housewives" while filming season 2 of the spin-off show Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip. She got into a particularly heated conversation with Real Housewives of New York City Dorinda Medley, a known vaccine supporter.
"She just kept saying, 'Everyone who got the vaccine is going to die!'" the source stressed.
Another source explained that Real Housewives Of Atlanta Eva Marcille intervened in the alleged arguments to bring peace between the other two "housewives" following their disagreement.
Earlier this month, Vicki reportedly had tested positive for COVID-19 but seemed to be in denial as she called the virus "an unknown cold."
She attempted to shut down the report by saying, "You're not writing a story about an unknown cold I have. My medical information is not public. Whatever happened to privacy? Do you want your medical records all over the internet?"
This comes after her son Mike Wolfsmith claimed that Vicki was heartbroken after discovering that he decided to get the vaccine. "She said, 'it broke her heart' lol," he wrote in response to a comment on Instagram that questioned Vicki's thoughts of his choice to get vaccinated. He then added that his mom had "terrible sources of information. 'Guns, American flags, and invisible sky fairies' - the All-American Trifecta!"
The RHOC alum had also previously claimed that she had not gotten the vaccine due to "underlying issues."
"I cannot get the vaccine," she explained. "I've got blood clots. I have a health exemption."
According to the CDC, FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines are safe and known to maximize protection from developing variants while potentially preventing the spread of the virus to others.
The RHUGT new season two features Gunvalson, Medley, Tamra Judge, Phaedra Parks, Brandi Glanville, Taylor Armstrong, Marcille, and Jill Zarin. The show is scheduled to premiere on NBC's Peacock streaming platform sometime in 2022.