I vowed to myself on Friday that I wasn't going to write about Brandi Glanville and LeAnn Rimes anymore, because their feud is ridic and they're obviously both loving the media attention, but I have to break my vow today, because Brandi Glanville, yet again, has made a pretty valid point. (Though, clearly she's a lying liarface about not wanting their feud to be public.)
Okay, so you know how you never see Brandi's kids on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? There's a reason for that. And it's not because Brandi doesn't want them on TV (which is what I thought). It's because she's forbidden by Eddie Cibrian's lawyer from bringing them with her when she films. Which is understandable, and even respectable, right? Right! Well, why then were Brandi's sons, Mason and Jake, featured in LeAnn Rimes' exclusive E! interview -- without her permission? That's messed up!
And, yes, obviously Brandi tweeted about it.
After seeing the LeAnn Rimes sob-fest, Brandi tweeted: "My kids can be on [an] E news special apparently but not in the background of the show I am on? Amazing!" How can you not side with Brandi here? This situation seems pretty black and white to me -- they're her kids; she should be asked if it's okay they appear on the show.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: I don't think Brandi's the classiest lady in the book, but she definitely has cause to feel annoyed with LeAnn and Eddie -- and not just because they were having an affair, because they don't think any rules apply to them. They sort of just do what they want and don't make any apologies.
Brandi has every right to be pissed about seeing her kids on TV -- Lord knows I'd be. But I also don't doubt that a small part of her was a little bit happy about it -- because now she gets to keep this publicity machine going.
Would you be pissed if you were Brandi?
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