Southern Charm Star in Finale: “People Crying & Screaming”

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That “southern charmThe final episode of season eight focused primarily on Craig Conover’s company holiday party, which was attended by most of the other cast members.

The episode culminated in a huge fight between Conover and Bonaparte after she and his ex Naomie Olindo were forced to sit at a different table. Viewers saw Conover lash out because Bonaparte had discussed his conduct with his business partners at the event. He accused Bonaparte of doing everything because of her and asked her to leave the event.

Bonaparte responded to many fan comments and questions on her Instagram after the episode aired, and posted a short video with the caption, “It was never about the seating or the pasta, for that matter…” For Bravo fans, the “Vanderpump Rules,” the pasta comment refers to a legendary “it’s not about the pasta” fight on the show. Since then, some fans have wondered if pasta was a code word for cocaine, as Andy Cohen once asked: “See what’s happening live.”

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Bonaparte said she hoped more would be explained at the reunion because the fight was about more than seats

The fans asked Bonaparte what happened at the finale because it seemed like the seating dispute had started. The Bravo star replied that it was “not the real issue” and that she hoped more information would come to light in the reunion episode. “I don’t know what you’ll see but eventually the truth will come out!” she wrote in response to a comment.

Bonaparte also hinted that she didn’t even want to be at the party, but she had to in order to “film a show.” Another person asked her why she had to go to this one but not the cast trips, pointing out that Bonaparte “skipped” many events in Season 8 and “hardly filmed with castmates.” Bonaparte replied that she had to go to all events and trips. She wrote that “it wasn’t okay that I didn’t go on the cast tour.”

The business owner said she didn’t go because she was “tired of people yelling at me and then getting upset [I] put them in their place.” She wrote that she wasn’t interested in engaging with “adult A** men swearing at women,” but they edited out many of those comments, meaning viewers only saw that their “reaction looked just as crazy as it did in the finale”. That’s why she said her reaction was extreme because everyone in the audience saw the seating plan, when it was actually an accumulation of a lot that had happened throughout the season.

Bonaparte said she tried to leave the Christmas party three times prior to what was shown and that the reason she spoke to Conover’s business associates was because she had her “own relationship” with them and she assured them that hers Trying to leave and the fight with Conover wasn’t about her. “You only see half of what [I] said and not what [I] actually talked about it or actually reacted [to],” She wrote.

Bonaparte explained that much was not shown and viewers could only see “5 minutes of a 4-hour event”. She said: “Unfortunately not everyone is built to hold on to a person who has that kind of a screaming presence… What you haven’t seen is [people] Cry, [people] yelling, humiliating others, etc. I am not afraid of a bully.”

Bonaparte tailed Conover, saying he yelled at many people and made someone cry

Bonaparte also made some scathing comments about Conover, including in response to one person asking, “Craig go into your bar and talk crap about you…if he didn’t, he should!” Because of you [don’t] do that to other entrepreneurs like you, that was just superficial.” Bonaparte replied that “he” had done this before, with a shrug emoji, “but I don’t give a damn. lol.”

Another person laughed at Bonaparte’s line as she walked: “Do you want me to run?” as Conover yelled at her to get out. She replied: “Right… or no wait, call a false security that didn’t exist. As a man, get out of my personal space!”

She also said in response to another person that Conover yelled at people “four times” and “made one person cry.” She said a lot that wasn’t shown, and by no means was the entire fight based solely on her reaction to the seating arrangement.

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