REAL Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna was slammed by fans for “supporting alcoholism” after she shared a “horrible” post about drinking.
The 57-year-old shared the controversial quote with her 2.7million Instagram followers.
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Many of Lisa's followers quickly took offense to the post, which read: "Surround yourself with people who have issues. Because people who have issues always have alcohol."
One responded to the statement: "This is a horrible post when so many of us are dealing with advanced alcohol dependency after the pandemic. Do not normalize this. It's not funny."
"So true its not funny at all and she's married to a addict so she us saying he isn't good company," another added.
A third asked: "Are you supporting alcoholism."
"This explains all the dancing posts – lushrinna," joked another.
Lisa revealed in 2015 that her actor husband Harry Hamlin, 69, had lost two brothers to alcoholism and that he was in fact sober.
This isn't the first time the controversial reality star has come under fire from fans for her social media posts.
Earlier this month the mom of two clapped back at a troll who said she was "embarrassing" for sharing a dancing video.
The housewife has kept herself entertained during the Covid pandemic by sharing tons of dancing videos on social media.
Lisa posted a video of herself dancing to Justin Bieber's recent song, Peaches.
Despite receiving tons of positive comments, one fan decided to insult the mom of two and called her "embarrassing" for sharing videos of herself dancing.
However, the troll had misspelled the word when sharing the comment.
Lisa, who is known for always speaking out against her haters, quickly replied to the woman: "It's embarrassing. If you're going to write that in capital letters, learn how to f**king spell it."
To further drive her point home, Lisa shared the comment on her social media channel and wrote: "Sometimes you just have to clap them back honey. Learn how to spell please trolls."
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