Patti Stanger has apologized for her remarks that upset almost everyone this past week.
“So sorry – didn’t mean to offend anyone. Love you all. XO,” stanger tweeted.
The long awaited apology came after a series of tweets defending her offensive remarks during Bravo show, “Watch What Happens Live” this past week. During the show she hurled insults at the gay community, among others.
It all started when a gay caller asked her about her feelings on open long distance relationships and monogamy.
“In the gay world, it will always be open,” said Stanger, “there is no curbing the gay man.”
She looked over at host Andy Cohen, who’s gay and said, “I have tried to curb ‘you people,” to which Cohen said, “I am a gay and am down for the monogamy.” A disbelieving Stanger inquired,“When was the last time you had a boyfriend?”
She continued to make offensive statements throughout the show. She told another caller he was very handsome and, “I thought you were straight,” to which Cohen added, “I don’t know why being straight is a compliment.”
“Because he’s not queeny,” she answered.
And as if one target wasn’t enough, Stanger added a diss to the Jewish community when she declared, “Jewish men lie.”
Early Monday she defended her insults and tweeted, “Gay men love variety,” and that it’s, “Customary 4 them to hook up 1st, get to know the man after. Commitment’s hard when there’s so much variety.”
Patti then tweeted, “It’s true LA gays toughest nuts to crack to monogamy.” And again, “Attn male Gays: I support you & my comment on WWHL was to a LA guy who can’t find commitment.”