Chanel Ayan, Caroline BrooksAnd Lesa MilanSay Du-bye Lisa Rinna

The Real Housewives of Dubai stars took to Twitter to call out their fellow Bravo personality after she posted and deleted Instagram Stories slamming both the international series and her own co-star, Garcelle Beauvais.

Garcelle’s 29 June 2009 tweet seems to have prompted me. Live Streaming: See What Happens appearance—during which she called Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newbie Diana Jenkins “uneducated” for singling out a Black content creator, something Diana later dismissed as a mix-up—Lisa wrote, “We fight on our show…if we fight with Garcelle we are all of a sudden called a racist.”

Lisa said that it was “bulls–t”. That is unacceptable. I’m free to express my opinions when I choose, and I won’t be intimidated by any of the hoes.

“And if you are just so triggered by our show,” she added in another Story, “and a lot of you p–sies are, Go watch Dubai.”

It is remarkable that she chose to focus on this issue. RHODubai—whose cast primarily consists of women of color—didn’t sit right with several fans, nor the stars themselves. As Ayan tweeted, “Rinna Africa called and they want their lips back! Dubai should be out of your misery and your mouth.