The business mogul spoke out to focus attention on relief efforts for Haiti.
"The leak is desperate for attention," the business mogul tweeted on Wednesday, making it clear she wouldn't be holding an apple anytime soon for the reality series. "I haven’t spoken to bravo since leaving & @Andy & I don't discuss rhony."
<p lang="en" dir="ltr">I posted on Insta that my being in talks w <a href="https://twitter.com/BravoTV?ref_src=twsrc^tfw">@BravoTV</a> is 💯 false. I deleted there & took here Bc Haiti is what’s important & I don’t want to clutter msgs w false gossip. The leak is desperate for attention. I haven’t spoken to bravo since leaving & <a href="https://twitter.com/Andy?ref_src=twsrc^tfw">@Andy</a> & I don’t discuss rhony.</p>— Bethenny Frankel (@Bethenny) <a href="https://twitter.com/Bethenny/status/1430555920841465862?ref_src=twsrc^tfw">August 25, 2021</a>
In an effort to focus attention on her foundation B Strong's efforts for Haiti's hurricane relief, she wrote, "I posted on Insta that my being in talks w @BravoTV is 100% false. I deleted there & took here Bc Haiti is what's important & I don't want to clutter msgs w false gossip."
Bethenny helped launch the Bravo series back in 2008, left during Season 3, returned for Season 7 and bid adieu again in 2019.
"It became not who I really was anymore," she explained in June on the "This is Paris" podcast with Paris Hilton. "I just wanted to sort of not be -- it's just not what I wanted to be doing anymore."
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Although she had spoken out on the subject before -- saying she finally exited when the salary wasn't important to her anymore -- Bethenny also admitted she had burned out on the franchise by Season 11.
"I didn't want to be having those conversations," the reality star revealed on the podcast. "I didn't want to be arguing about things that didn't really matter anymore. It's changed. I was there in the beginning when it was something that none of us really even knew what it was. And now it's something that is -- people have a preconceived notion about it and they know what's going to happen."