Crystal Kung-Minkoff is correcting some misinformation that has been spread regarding her circle of friends.
Crystal Kung-Minkoff responded to a fan question about the matter on her Instagram Story after an episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills aired in June and featured a confessional in which Lisa Rinna said (and Crystal Kung-Minkoff ultimately confirmed) that Crystal Kung-Minkoff once told her that “she had a falling-out with, like, 14 of her friends,” Crystal Kung-Minkoff responded to the question.
Will the reason that your 14 friends abandoned you be made public? A screenshot of the question posed by the viewer was published on Instagram on July 3 by The Real Housewives Zone. “It just doesn’t feel right,” the viewer said.
And while Crystal Kung-Minkoff did mention losing a number of pals on the show, reportedly as a result of causing problems within the group, she revealed to the interested viewer that in the end, she was only able to say goodbye to three of her close companions.
“When all was said and done, there were just [three] people. “The rest of them returned and expressed their remorse,” she revealed.
Crystal Kung-Minkoff, a new cast member for the upcoming season 11 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, claims that a number of people from her previous circle have been alienated by her success.
People are affected by success in a variety of unique ways. It has an effect on the individuals around you as well. Some people just can’t take it. She made the observation that “some people celebrate it,” and then added, “Don’t allow your success to stop you from reaching your goals.”
Do not give anyone the power to persuade you that you do not deserve it. They were never your pals to begin with, and if you lose them, it just proves that.”
After the RHOBH episode in question, Teddi Mellencamp, who is credited for recommending Crystal Kung-Minkoff for the program, discussed the latter’s claimed difficulties in maintaining friendships on her podcast, titled Two T’s in a Pod.
One of her friend groups includes me as a member. “We’re not best friends by any stretch of the imagination, but we’re friendly,” Teddi said, explaining that while she was not a part of the friend group that allegedly iced out Crystal Kung-Minkoff, she had been “messaged” by people who were.
Teddi was not a part of the friend group that allegedly iced out Crystal Kung-Minkoff.
Teddi revealed that the individuals who are part of “the gang” attempted to provide her with information that she did not request since she believes that there are always two sides to every issue.