Ramona Singer’s daughter Avery appeared at BravoCon despite her mother being axed from the Las Vegas event following allegations of racism. Avery was promoting her new luxury party planning business at the event and was seen chatting with fans. Despite her mother’s controversy, the reality star’s new season will still air in December.
Ramona Singer’s daughter Avery appeared at BravoCon to promote her luxury party planning business, BachBoss, despite her mother being axed from the event following backlash over accusations of using a racial slur, and in addition to the show drama, Ramona was recently fired from her job at Douglas Elliman.
Ramona Singer’s daughter Avery made an appearance at BravoCon on Friday, despite her mother being axed from the Las Vegas event. Avery was spotted at the Caesar’s Forum in Sin City, where she was promoting her new luxury party planning business, BachBoss. According to a source, she was in good spirits and was seen chatting with fans and taking photos with them. This all happened despite the controversy surrounding her mother’s absence from the event.
Earlier in the week, Ramona Singer was accused of using a racial slur during a conversation with a black crew member, as reported by Vanity Fair. This led to her being dropped from BravoCon, where she was scheduled to appear alongside other Real Housewives stars to promote the new season of Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY Legacy.
In addition to the BravoCon drama, Ramona was also recently fired from her job at Douglas Elliman, a real estate firm she had joined in November 2021. Despite this, the new season of Real Housewives is still set to air in December, and sources have confirmed that Ramona’s firing will not affect the show.
It seems like a challenging time for the Real Housewives of New York star, as she faces backlash for her actions and deals with professional setbacks. It remains to be seen how these recent events will impact her career and public image in the long run.