‘RHONY’: Leah McSweeney’s Trainer Martin Snow Shades Heather Thomson, Says Ramona Singer ‘Hates Him’ and Slams Tinsley Mortimer’s Ex

Leah McSweeney’s trainer Martin Snow revealed that Ramona Singer from The Real Housewives of New York City possibly still “hates” him “for reasons I am not at liberty to discuss.” But he also slammed Heather Thomson and Tinsley Mortimer’s ex-finance Scott Kluth. Snow showed his support for the cast, amid significant criticism this season. And he added, “It’s only called preaching when you don’t want to listen.”

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Snow reflected on the current season, admitting the vibe is different without Dorinda Medley and Tinsley Mortimer. “I am in awe of these women,” he began his remarks on Instagram. “Starting with the ever Amazing McSweeney for whom I would go through hell and back, to these two gems right here, and all the other great women on the show. I miss Dinsdale [Tinsley Mortimer]. Honestly, any guy who insists you give up your career for him is a d–ck. Drop him. He’s not for you. I hope she comes back on the show. I never met Dorinda in person but without her personality that show’s not the same.”

The Real Housewives of New York City cast Sonja Morgan, Leah McSweeney, Ramona Singer, Eboni K. Williams, Luann de Lesseps
The Real Housewives of New York City cast Sonja Morgan, Leah McSweeney, Ramona Singer, Eboni K. Williams, Luann de Lesseps |Sophy Holland/Bravo)

He also praised Luann de Lesseps but then revealed that, for legal reasons, he can’t disclose why Singer hates him. “Luann is incredible and Ramona is a rock star,” he wrote. “Even though I think she still hates me for reasons I am not at liberty to discuss because of some legal agreement I signed in haste, like the ones you sign every time you download an app. I love Bershan [Shaw].”

Martin Snow called Heather Thomson a ‘backstabber’

He then came for Thomson. “I didn’t meet Heather and I am thankful for that. I don’t like backstabbers,” he wrote. “If you’re going to apologize for being a racist, don’t turn your mea culpa into a wea culpa. You f–ked up. We didn’t. Own it girl.” Thomson said that McSweeney “f–cked up” when she didn’t apologize for the disparaging remarks she made about her.

“These other women are all Legends,” he continued. “This was a tough season. I’ve been in the boxing business for 40 years and I know a thing or two about tough. This was tough. But we went out there and did our best, every time. Years from now people will look back on this season and marvel.”

Heather Thomson also referred to Eboni K. Williams as a ‘race baiter’

“The world is changing,” he continued. “It’s not always easy. So f–k easy. We’re New Yorkers. If we wanted easy we’d move to Miami. We stay. Doesn’t matter if you’re black, white, straight, gay, this gender or that gender. We’re none of the above and all of the above. We’re New Yorkers.” He added, “So listen. Wait till the episode I have these ladies see who can hock a loogie the farthest. I may have breached some confidentially agreement but honestly, I don’t give a f–k. I might win an Emmy.”

Thomson referred to new cast member Eboni K. Williams as a “race-baiter” and Williams clapped back in an interview with The Jasmine Brand. “So, I was on a social media hiatus during the time–which I announced, publicly,” she said. “Somebody sent me screenshots of Heather liking and agreeing with the race-baiter comment and then going on to say a paragraph [claiming I was] in some conspiracy alliance with Leah to make Heather look bad. And there was just so much untruth in that that I picked up the phone.”


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“I called her, she picked up,” Williams continued. “We had a tense, hour-long conversation… Basically, what she was really mad about was I had done press, I had done Watch What Happens: Live, and… in my confessionals on the episode, I said Heather actually did more harm than good in the way she was, to me, whitesplaining my feelings to these women… I found it problematic. We got through all of that explanation, we agreed to disagree about some of it, but… it was productive.”