Dorinda Medley: Ramona Singer’s ‘disappointing’ use of partial racial slur is ‘sad’

Dorinda Medley said her former “Real Housewives of New York City” co-star Ramona Singer’s use of a partial racial slur was “disappointing.”

“I have not spoken to Ramona,” Medley told Us Weekly at BravoCon 2023 in Las Vegas on Saturday.

“It’s sad, it’s disappointing, but I just want to be in the moment with BravoCon.”

While Medley, 58, and other Bravolebrities took Sin City by storm, Singer, 66, remained in New York after being cut from the three-day convention for texting a Page Six reporter the slur “n-g.”

The fallout from Singer’s message was swift, with multiple sources confirming to us that real estate agency Douglas Elliman fired her as an agent.

“It’s disappointing,” Medley said of her former “RHONY” co-star’s controversy.
Singer was cut from BravoCon after texting “n-g” to a Page Six reporter.

Singer also was scheduled to participate in a series of live shows titled “Housewives Live! NYC vs NJ” alongside Medley, Teresa Giudice and Dolores Catania, but she has been axed from the lineup.

A rep for the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City confirmed to us Tuesday morning that she had been removed from Friday’s show and that the venue would be emailing ticket holders as soon as possible.

Saturday’s performance at Santander Arena & Performing Arts Center in Reading, Penn., has been canceled entirely.

The scandal-laden reality star also lost her job at Douglas Elliman and has been axed from “Real Housewives” live shows.

The reality star has yet to make a statement about the scandal; however, in Vanity Fair’s recent exposé of her alleged racism — among other issues plaguing Bravo — Singer denied ever using the N-word.


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The network conducted an investigation into the accusations against Singer, but the results were “inconclusive.”

She did, however, cop to making comments about “most” black people have absentee fathers but chalked it up to reciting a statistic she purportedly had heard.

She has yet to speak out about the scandal.

After the Vanity Fair piece, which was intended to be a “reckoning” for Bravo and NBCUniversal, was published, insiders told Page Six that the feature had landed with a thump rather than a bang.

Sources said they believe the allegations against Singer took the heat off Bravo and its executives.

Former “RHONY” star Leah McSweeney, meanwhile, told us that Bravo’s flacks “worked in overdrive to hide the truth” in the article.