Real Housewives of Potomac stars Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon aren’t happy about Teddi Mellencamp‘s claim of having the “most listened to Housewives podcast.” And during a recent episode of their own podcast, Reasonably Shady, they targeted a post the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum shared on Instagram last month.
After Teddi suggested that she and her co-host, former Real Housewives of Orange County cast member Tamra Judge, have the top podcast with Two T’s in a Pod, Gizelle and Robyn spoke out against her, shading her short-lived role on RHOBH and questioning where she was getting her data.
“Can y’all believe [iHeartRadio] hired us two knuckleheads and we are the most listened to Housewives podcast? Tag whatever current or past housewife you would like us to have on next! We aim to please ish,” Teddi wrote in the caption of her post, which featured a short clip of her and Tamra.
While Teddi didn’t reveal where she got her information, Gizelle made it clear that she did not appreciate her Instagram post, or the suggestion that Two T’s In Pod is the “the most listened to Housewives podcast.”
“Tamra and Teddi, y’all failed to say that y’all are the most listened to non-Housewives podcast. Former. Ex. And yes, I’m being shady,” Gizelle confirmed on a June episode of her Reasonably Shady podcast, via Heavy, as Robyn wondered where Teddi got “this statistic from.”
“I’m going to have to pull some iHeartRadio numbers ladies because what y’all saying ain’t true. And for the record the challenge is on,” Gizelle noted, adding that was “like fighting words.”
“I kind of got offended. A little bit,” she continued, proceeding to take aim at Teddi. “For those of you who don’t know, Tamra used to be on [RHOC]. Teddi Mellencamp was on [RHOBH] and actually I like these two ladies. And don’t get me wrong Tamra – all due respect you were on [RHOC] for like 12, 13, 14 years. All due respect. Teddi you were on [RHOBH] for four minutes so we’re not even really counting you, yes I’m being shady. But come on now y’all you’re going to just ignore Robin and Gizelle?”
Robyn then suspected Teddi shared the post “for attention” and noted that her podcast was likely popular due to the fact that she and Tamra are able to “talk all types of sh-t about their shows” because they are no longer cast members.
“So they might have a bunch of nosey people wanting them to talk sh-t about other Housewives,” Robyn explained.
Although Gizelle and Robyn are unconvinced that Teddi’s claim is true, a report from Chartable confirmed that Two T’s in a Pod landed in the 160 spots out on their Top 200 for the week of May 30 to June 5 while Reasonably Shady didn’t make the cut (two new episodes of Two T’s were shared during this time as just one episode of Reasonably Shady was released).