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RHOM S3, Episode 1

By February 21, 2016RHOM Blog

The ladies together again was always going to result in fireworks, and the first episode of Season 3 had enough explosions to light up the desert sky. I think our comeback last night has left a lot of people speechless.

It was really lovely getting to see Chyka and Bruce enjoying their jewellery and shoe collection together.

It’s Chyka’s book club, I was surprised to find out Gina and I had not been invited, given we are authors, I though Chyka liked me, perhaps I was wrong, It was also the first introduction to the newest member of the group, Susie, who it seems has a long history with Lydia as well as Chyka. For this reason, gossip about Lydia’s overseas trip with Shane Warne is soon the topic of the conversation, and Susie suggests that “where there’s smoke, there’s fire.” (More Like gossip club haha!) I am simultaneously very cheekily asking Lydia some straightforward questions about rumours surrounding an affair with Shane Warne over a cup of tea elsewhere, and despite her mispronunciations and confused statements she makes an unconvincing statement of her innocence. But you can’t help laugh out loud when Lydia says Shane is a cricketing ‘lengent’ (I think you mean legend, Lydia).

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When I met up with Lydia I was pretty cut up about the legal ramifications surrounding the book, caused by Gamble’s ignorant accusations, and wanted to lay it all on the line. I confided in Lydia about a few things that I had heard about Gamble. I had heard some gossip from a friend that Rick was on Sugardaddy.com and there was a possibility that Gamble met him on that site. They deny it, but you can’t blame me for assuming that the pair met on the site considering Gamble has only dated wealthy men.

I was filthy with Gamble at this stage and named her ‘Black Widow’ – having to explain to Lydia in simple words what a black widow was. Meaning when you waltz into an extremely wealthy man’s life and fight over his money, it is like a death to him. (Gamble’s feud with her ex has been all over the news so I said it out of sheer frustration) No doubt I regretted it as I knew it was going to come back to bite me in the rear. I was pretty surprised at Lydia’s failure to understand my gripe with Gamble considering the last time I remember them both together they were tearing each other’s heads apart. Lydia shrugged her shoulders, dismissed my feelings and said, “If you are going to put something in your head and pre-assump soNthing”… Lydia speaking gibberish again.

There was a totally different tone of viciousness in the conversation between Lydia and Gamble about Black Widow andSugardaddy.com compared to my own with Lydia. I can understand Gamble being pissed off because those comments were not for Gamble’s ears, at least not while we were at each other’s throat’s. It was just me venting to my friend. Lydia turned and was right up Gamble’s butt as she presented a totally misconstrued version of my prior grievances in the name of ‘mending’ Gamble’s and my own friendship. Who does that??? Not someone that wants to mend two people’s already fractured friendship – more like tear them further apart. What planet is Lydia on? What was she thinking? At this stage I am not upset with Gamble, but with Lydia for firstly backstabbing me and secondly tearing Gamble and I further apart. Lydia has put a bigger wedge between Gamble’s and my friendship.

Wearing @Ziancouture dress and Chanel earrings. hair by @fatima makeup by @makeupmal. Image via @klassclementinavy

I arrive at Susie’s to death stares from Gamble. Listening to her, it is mind-blowing the effect that I have on her. The fact that I unnerve her simply with my presence means she is probably obsessed with me. I must say it was pretty ballsy for Susie to ask Lydia if she is bonking Shane – and was Susie trying to get a rise out of Lydia by pointing out that Janet was asked to Shane’s apartment? Does Susie have something against Lydia? Everyone seemed to be oblivious to the fact that Lydia insulted Janet by stating that Shane only goes for “young, white pointers.” But really, isn’t Shane too old for Janet? Lydia goes on to further insult Janet by calling her the “elder” and desperately tries to cover it up with the five-dollar compliment, “You should be our leader.” Lydia can have Janet as her leader but I certainly don’t need a leader: I rely on myself.

Gamble – I hope I can penetrate your veil of confusion and assist you. I. Am. The. Sole. Author. Who. Owns. The. Title. Switch. The. Bitch. No other book exists in the world with this title. So why are you repeating like a parrot that my title is a rip-off? Google can relieve your confusion. I’ve had a gut-full of Gamble talking crap about my book and she dismissed the fact that I had gone through a tough time defending a fake legal letter from the States. Due to her continuous, ignorant comments, I was provoked to address her as “Sugardaddy.com” – I’m actually blown away that that came out of my mouth but one can’t deny that it’s comedy gold. She went ape on me and I was okay to let her have her hissy-fit of foul-language and aggressive threats. Gamble has nothing on me; no one has anything on me. I have nothing to say other than I did not give her the satisfaction of getting me upset and I kept my dignity. Gamble says that I have a “monument of an ego” – she’s right. It’s built of marble, sitting in the city square. Hope she doesn’t trip over it.

Thanks for reading my blog!

Lots of love,

Pettifleur xxx

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