Lisa Rinna Opens Up About Watching her Grief Play out on RHOBH; Insists She’s Been Meaner During Past Seasons of the Show – The Real Housewives


Lisa Rinna’s loose lips just can’t stop talking!

On Sunday, the actress turned reality TV star opened up about watching her grief over the death of her mom, Lois Rinna, play out on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

“I have been very fortunate to sit with my feelings for a while now. Grief is something we don’t want to talk about, go through, or deal with, so we avoid it at all costs,” Lisa shared on her Instagram Story.

“For me, this year, it took a turn that I never expected 1 lost my Dad 7 years ago, and it was different. It didn’t happen while I was on to and what I’ve realized is how hard it has been to have to relive it 7 months later: I also realized others don’t know what to do with your grief, so they don’t do anything their keep living their lives and go forth, we all do it,” she continued.

“Grief is a lonely journey you must take on your own. I hope my showing my grief has been somehow helpful to you. You have all been so helpful to me with your sharing of your grief. Thank you,” Lisa concluded.

Lisa’s moment of reflection was short-lived as she soon posted a shady video on her TikTok.

The outspoken Beverly Hills Housewife is confused by issues with her behavior this season. According to Lisa, she’s been way “meaner” during previous seasons of the franchise and thinks fans are just being overly “sensitive.” 

“I just feel like everyone is extra sensitive. I mean, call me crazy, but I think I’ve been meaner before this season,” Lisa quipped.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 8 pm on Bravo.

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Lisa Rinna’s loose lips just can’t stop talking! On Sunday, the actress turned reality TV star opened up about watching her grief over the death of her mom, Lois Rinna, play out on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. “I have been very fortunate to sit with my feelings for a while now. Grief is…