'RHONY': Ramona Singer Apologizes For "All Lives Matter" Comment, Says Daughter Avery Is Educating Her
Ramona Singer isn't ever known for her tact and keeping quiet, but this time her quick comments got her in some hot water! The Real Housewife apologized for her comments.
Ramona Singer back pedals on her comments
Ramona Singer is in hot water again for her comments made on a now deleted Instagram post on Sunday, in which she captioned "All Lives Matter" in response to the George Floyd protests.
Since then, the Real Housewives of New York star has come under fire, but is letting her fans know that she is sorry for her lack of knowledge on the matter, and reveals her 25 year old daughter, Avery is educating her on the topic.
“I wasn’t educated enough on the cause and I’m sorry,” she shared.
“I am taking the time to educate myself more on this topic and Avery shared the documentary with me as well,” she said in response to a commenter suggesting she take the time to watch Netflix's film 13th.
She also revealed that her daughter is writing a list of various documentaries, novels, and movies to help her understand the matter at hand better.
Singer has also taken part in #BlackOutTuesday, a movement in which Instagram users post a blackout photo to show their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
The reality star first came under fire after her "All Lives Matter" comment, when her costar Leah McSweeney screen grabbed her comment, and posted it to her story with a face palm emoji.
Despite the clap back, Singer is trying to make it clear it was all out of ignorance, and did not stem from a place of malice, as she is truly taking the time to educate herself on the matter at hand.
To find out how you can help the cause, visit Black Lives Matter.