‘RHOP’: Fans Think Bravo Might Fire Monique Samuels Following a Comment From Andy Cohen

During the second part of The Real Housewives of Potomac season 5 reunion, Andy Cohen reiterated that “Bravo doesn’t condone violence” before addressing Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard’s rocky relationship. Due to his remark and the lack of remorse Samuels seemingly showed, many fans think the podcast host will not return for the next season.

'The Real Housewives of Potomac' -- "Reunion" -- Pictured: Monique Samuels
‘The Real Housewives of Potomac’ — “Reunion” — Pictured: Monique Samuels | Heidi Gutman

Monique Samuels didn’t show remorse following physical fight with Candiace Dillard

At the beginning of The Real Housewives of Potomac season 5, Monique Samuels felt betrayed when Candiace Dillard didn’t tell her she invited Charrisse Jackson Jordan; someone Samuels believed facilitated rumors about her family, to an anniversary party.

The former close friends weren’t able to repair their relationship and later got into a physical altercation at a winery.

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During a heated argument, Samuels grabbed Dillard by her hair, slammed her down to the table, and hit her repeatedly on the head until the producers broke them up.

The former Miss United States admitted in a statement that she “released” a wine glass during the fight in an attempt to protect herself. A week after the altercation, Samuels revealed to the other housewives she didn’t feel remorse at the time.

Samuels didn’t seem to show remorse at the ‘RHOP’ season 5 reunion

After her admission, Samuels spoke to the first lady and pastor of her church and recognized her triggers and what caused her to get violent with her former friend.

Even though she claimed she realized Dillard didn’t “deserve” what happened, Samuels failed to reach out to the “I See You” singer. Feeling hurt and believing the Not For Lazy Moms owner didn’t care, Dillard filed a complaint with the courts, which turned into a second-degree assault charge against her former friend.

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After it turned legal, Samuels said she chose not to contact Dillard as she thought they should only speak through their lawyers. A year later, the ladies came face-to-face for the first time since the altercation, and the podcast host still didn’t seem remorseful.

When discussing the fight during part two of the reunion, Dillard became overwhelmed with emotion and eventually left the stage to collect herself in a dressing room. On the other hand, Samuels seemingly coldly recounted the events and hadn’t apologized or acknowledged Dillard’s feelings.

Some fans think Bravo might fire Samuels after Andy Cohen’s comment

Before executive producer and reunion host Andy Cohen introduced the segment, he noted, “Bravo doesn’t condone violence.” Additionally, after Dillard left the stage, Cohen remarked on how “unemotional” Samuels seemed during the conversation.

Although she claimed the fight “upset” did upset her, the Not For Lazy Moms owner insisted she was only trying to explain her thought process through the situation.

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Some fans believe the podcast host could be fired after this season because of Cohen’s comment about the network not condoning violence. Additionally, her not showing remorse would make it difficult to continue having her on the show as the other ladies would likely refuse to film with her.

Other fans believe Cohen wanted Samuels to apologize so he could “justify” keeping her in the franchise. The Real Housewives of Potomac airs Sundays at 9/8 Central on Bravo.