Best of luck on your new journey following this program, Cosby.
“Mary will not be back,” says an insider. Fans of the program should not be surprised by the revelation, since whispers have been circulating for weeks that Cosby would not be returning.
The reality star had a rough second season after receiving negative headlines as a result of her actions, in which she clashed with the bulk of the group and made racially offensive comments on two occasions.
She was accused of racism after complimenting newcomer Nguyen on her “nice slanted eyes.” Cosby then slammed the allegations, claiming it didn’t originate from a negative place.
After the program aired, she tweeted, “I wasn’t coming from a place of racist! I was complimenting! I’m not racist by definition! Sick of people judging me as if you can!”
In a previous drama, the reality star referred to fellow housewife, Jen Shah as a “Mexican thug,” and subsequently apologized in December, saying, “I was not trying to single out the Mexican culture. I am African American and I know racism first hand,” adding, “I’ve lived it daily my entire life.”
The pastor has also been chastised for charges that her Faith Temple Pentecostal church is a “cult” that uses members’ money to maintain her opulent lifestyle, which she denies.
While Cosby has yet to comment on her departure, she did thank her fans for their “Love & Support” in an Instagram post on Wednesday.
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