Brandi Glanville under fire for calling her youngest son obscene names on podcast


I keep forgetting that Brandi Glanville has a podcast. It’s called “Brandi Glanville Unfiltered,” and OMG, is it ever unfiltered. Brandi is always getting into trouble for talking sh-t during her podcasts, so much so you would think that somebody would tell her “maybe not so much with the unfiltered stuff, mmkay?” So, her latest controversy is that she sh-t-talked her 7-year-old son Jake. Jake was not in the room or anything (??), but she still used some harsh language:

Brandi Glanville let loose on her 7-year-old son Jake on her podcast Brandi Glanville Unfiltered, living up to the podcast¹s title in calling the child “a complete a**hole,” a “f*cker,” a “d*ck,” while running down a laundry list of the first grader’s foibles. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills starlet’s questionable tangent came spilling out as she spoke with her guest on her podcast, actor Jake Lacy. “My son’s name is Jake: He’s 7, he’s a complete a**hole, but we love him. Oh man, he’s a d*ck, seriously,’ Glanville, 41, told Lacy. Glanville said that the boy unabashedly defies her, such as in cases when he shamelessly neglects to do something she asked of him. She said when she tells him, “I told you to do this,” he responds, “Well, I lied!”

“He doesn’t try to get out of it — he says, ‘I lied,’ then he shows his dimples!” she said of her son. The statuesque beauty said even her mother, Judith Ann Glanville, has observed the boy’s unruly ways, calling it “total payback” for the hell she raised as a youngster. “Payback is a b*tch,” she said, laughing. And in perhaps the most cringeworthy moment in a series of them, the mother-of-two intimated her preference for Jake’s older brother, Mason. “I have an 11-year-old who’s awesome,” she said. “He doesn’t lie, he’s really sweet, he kisses me when I ask . . . he’s my baby.”

She told Lacy she’s “already, like, booking rehab for Jake down the road” based on his shenanigans.

Illustrating the mother-son dynamic between herself and Jake, she said that the boy sings to her lines from the Ariana Grande song “Problem” — specifically, the line, “I’ve Got One Less Problem Without You,” to her chagrin.

“I’m like, ‘Go f*ck yourself!’” she said, laughing, calling him a “f*cker” in passing.

Besides Jake’s attitude, Glanville also said “a problem” on the horizon is the tot¹s popularity with the ladies. “He’s basically got to second base with a lot of chicks already!” she said, noting that the first-grader had a fifth-grade girlfriend.

[From Radar]

Here’s the thing: while my mom wasn’t a gin-soaked reality star, she always had a dirty mouth and she had a very similar attitude to Brandi. She’s called me an “a—hole” and a “little bitch” so many times, I’ve lost count. (It goes both ways: just the other day, I told my mom to “shut her whore mouth” – she laughed.) I feel that way about kids too – if I see a kid being a douchebag, I often want to tell that kid, “Stop it, you little bastard.” I never do! Just FYI. That’s just my instinct. Anyway, Brandi tweeted her explanation for all of this, writing:

I joke about my kids &dogs being a–holes sometimes cuz honestly the can be but I love them more then life!!people that know me know that!

OMG I jokingly refer 2my kids&dogs as lil a–holes sometimes cuz they can mom called us her lil- s–ts-stop taking things so seripusly

[Via Brandi’s Twitter]

Seripusly? STOP DRINKING AND TWEETING. But yeah, I get it Brandi. I might be the only one. But I think it’s fair game to call your kid an a—hole if they’re being an a—hole.


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  1. peaches mcdooby says:

    i wonder what her sons call her?

    i have some suggestions.

    • DCJ says:

      I love this comment. Her behavior is awful and disrespectful. I think this reality “I have to be controversial at all times” thing is doing her in. I cannot stand hearing parents talk to or about their kids this way. I wanted my mother’s respect and this would have broken my heart.

    • JudyK says:

      Sick of her mouth.

      Someone please tell this chick (who believes she’s a writer) that it’s “love them more THAN (not then) life…”. She’s an ignorant fool.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      It’s always the same parade of Brandistans that come out to defend this woman’s trashy-ass behavior.
      Just to repeat what everyone else here has said: Fine to vent about your children IN PRIVATE, NOT OK to call your kids profanities in a public forum.

      And please stop comparing it to acts like Kevin Hart’s. He’s a comedian–he makes a living off of making people laugh and has entire acts full of unsuitable material for children. I’m sure he and his wife take the time to explain this to their children. Brandi is on a cable-access show that anyone can see and she’s formed her entire public image on being a mother, and getting cheated on five f*cking years ago. She’s made it a point to blur the line between her public and private life. It’s not the same thing.

      • Lahdidahbaby says:

        I agree, Kitten. It’s making it public that makes it completely different from what Kaiser and her mum (and lots of us in private, and in fun, have done). This poor kid is 6 years old. How is it not major, grand-scale bullying to ridicule a small child publicly in a forum that many of his playmates’ parents will see and pass along to their kids?

        And frankly I think what she said about her older son is even worse: she actually predicts that he is inevitably headed for rehab. She gleefully brags about his childish sexual exploits. She is not only betraying his privacy, she is also dooming him to a life of self-fulfilled prophesies of failure, drug use, and being a douchebag who treats females as conquests. (As if his father’s DNA weren’t already enough to ruin him as a decent man.)

        I used to defend Brandi, but I think the fame game has gone to her head and she will do and say anything just to get a mention in the tabs – apparently even at the expense of her poor kids.

      • The Original Tiffany says:

        ITA with you Kitten as always on this subject.

      • paranormalgirl says:

        Agree with O’Kitty – plus, it could be damaging for her child to discover what she said about him in a public forum. She really isn’t the brightest crayon in the box, is she?

      • claire says:

        If this podcast is so horrible, why do none of you care when a guy goes and does the same thing over and over in many cities, taped and on tv. Louis CK’s daughter has a million more times to get exposed to this than Brandi’s sons do of her podcast. And he’s not the only celebrity that does it. So what if he is a comedian? It’s still mocking the stuff parents deal with their children. It’s still joking about all of that whether someone is a carrying comedian or an entertainment podcast host. The intention is still the same: joking with other adults about this sh*t. And don’t say: well his daughter understands he’s a comedian. So? That’s like saying Daddy’s laughs are more important than his daughter’s feelings, so that argument won’t work. Maybe his daughter doesn’t want to be branded that way. Maybe she doesn’t want to hear it over and over. The fact of the matter is that people are making a huge deal out of this and don’t care when others do it. Own the hypocrisy please.

      • Lahdidahbaby says:

        Claire, you are presuming something I never said, nor did most of those posters who feel Brandi was way out of line this time. Obviously it’s equally wrong for a father to ridicule his children publicly, especially in such tasteless and potentially damaging ways as this. I don’t give a damn whether it’s a man or a woman, if it’s public humiliation of a child, it’s wrong. Period.

        I’m not talking about innocent, folksy revelations (as in, “my kid wanted a dog but he keeps forgetting to feed it” or “my kid hid some broccoli in his closet rather than eat it” – I’m talking about predicting that your child will wind up in rehab, talking about him or her in a sexual way as Brandi did when seemingly BRAGGING about her son’s childhood *exploits* – and branding the six year old with names like “assh*le,” “dick,” etc. That is bullying on a huge scale…by the child’s own parent.

        I’ve often defended Brandi here. I feel for her, for the way her marriage ended, and the way Leann has shamelessly co-opted her as a mother on so many occasions. But I can’t defend her on this. And I sure as hell wouldn’t defend a man for it, either.

      • Jenny12 says:

        Don’t most comedians blur the line between reality and their acts? I guess I’m a crap mom too- I joke on FB about one of my kids being Satan’s Homegirl and that I hope she doesn’t end up on a stripper pole. She and her sibling are just really different- one’s a wild child at heart, probably like Jake, and my elder one is like Mason, I’m assuming- super quiet and easygoing. I adore both kids- one is just easier than the other. But the little one cracks me the hell up. Brandi does some dumb things, but this kind of joking around is just that. Like her or hate her, it’s just that brand of humor some of us have.

      • paranormalgirl says:

        I have no hypocrisy to own, claire. However, you need to own your presumptions.

  2. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    My parents were very strict, but they said negative things about my behavior, not about me. Their attitude was I know you can do better, not you made a mistake because you’re an a*hole. I think their way was better than Brandy’s. She’s actually encouraging him to think of himself as a jerk and he will probably live up to that.

    • Francesca says:

      And At the very least she is exploiting him for laughs/attention.

    • Latisse says:

      Meh, Louis CK’s entire standup routine is built around calling his kids a**holes but no one feels the need to pearl clutch then.

      • BratB says:

        I don’t even swear and I have thought to myself that my kids were acting like jerks, but people love to handle things like this with their sensitivity gloves on. I don’t know what kind of mother she is , but I know I a great mom ( pats self on the back!) and some days I sit after breaking up fights, cleaning the walls from food fights, and doing mountains of laundry and think that my kids could be a little less jerk-like, ( they get that from their dad’s side lol)!

      • Anonny says:

        My thought exactly. Just another double standard.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I have no double standard about this. I think it’s just as bad if a man does it as a woman. Calling your kids names, isn’t a good idea, in my opinion, no matter who you are.

        By the way, I get a little tired of the term “pearl clutching.” I’m expressing my opinion, and you’re welcome to disagree, but there’s a way to do that without belittling me for my beliefs.

      • Francesca says:

        Okay so she’s not just mean, she is unoriginal, too.

      • littlestar says:

        I agree, people are making this into a bigger issue than what it really is. My mom used to call one of my brothers a “little f*cker” often when we were kids because he was a little f*cker. He was a rambunctious kid with way too much energy. And he’s still a little f*cker to this day, albeit a much bigger one (he actually turned out awesome, owns his own successful business, works like mad, owned his own home at age 23. I’m damn proud of him).

      • Myriam says:

        Agreed. I have so many friends who calls their kids “little f—-rs” even when they’re saying something sweet about them. That name has become synonymous to anything from a brat to an angel. And frankly I don’t care. It’s the intention that matters. If she was verbally abusing him, saying he’s nothing, he’s sh-t, comments that would lower his self-esteem, then lets all throw daggers. Trust me, I would like to throw a doozy at her. But until then, who cares?

        I don’t have kids, but I have a filthy mouth so I already know.

        “She said when she tells him, ‘I told you to do this,’ he responds, ‘Well, I lied!’”

        Man, Jake sounds like an a**hole. lol

      • claire says:

        That’s because there’s a whole thing around this trio that revolves around parenting, taking kids away, whose the better mom, etc. So no one cares when comedians or whatever celebrities do it (they do in much more public places than a D-list podcast and for jokes in the same way Brandi did), but everything about parenting and these three gets overanalyzed, over-dramatically restated. Seriously – they were laughing about her one son always wanting to get away with everything on a podcast – but if you only got your story from the comments here, you’d think she was taped standing over son screaming curse words at him. It’s like a game of telephone. I’m glad I actually listened to the recording to know the actual story and take it in context.

      • Latisse says:

        @Goodnames, I say “pearl clutching” because that’s exactly how it comes across to me: an outsize reaction solely for the purpose of having an outsize reaction regardless of whether the situation warrants one or not.

        It’s not like Brandi was berating or belittling him. Tone and intention are everything and I think you know that. She was joking. It was a joke. When I see people take a joke and read into it for no discernible reason, it comes off as disingenuous. And or, if you like: pearl-clutching.

      • happymama says:

        Yes. People need to relax.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        @Latisse, how was my reaction “outsized?” (I think that’s a ridiculous expression, but if you insist on using it, you could at least be grammatically correct.) I simply said I thought my parents’ way was better than Brandi’s. I don’t think calling your 7 year old child an a hole is respectful, mature or good parenting, whether you’re joking or not. I don’t think calling anybody an a hole is a very good idea. It’s vulgar and a lazy way to express yourself. I am not being disingenuous in the least. I am many things, but insincere isn’t one of them.

      • paranormalgirl says:

        I have pearls, but clutching can damage them.

      • Jessica says:

        Yes Good Names I thought the same thing about how tiresome the “pearl clutching” metaphor has become! And I don’t even understand it being used in this discussion in the first place – if you’re going to use a metaphor use it correctly.

    • Jayne says:

      I agree. You never label a child just thir behavior. Some kids are hardy enough to move past it but many cant. I know I struggled for years (and sometimes still do) over stuff my dad said to me. Between that and the sense of dislocation within my own family, I spent my 20s lost in social anxiety and depression.

      I also dont get why anybody would discuss a 7 year olds behavioral issues in such a negative tone on such apublic forum. You know Jake is going to hear about this. Not even Leann at her craziest has crossed the line so horribly.

    • Lahdidahbaby says:

      I agree on all counts, Goodnames. No one should publicly humiliate or name-call their children. For people to excuse what Brandi did by admitting they have called their own kids similar things is irrelevant to this issue of PUBLIC humiliation. Maybe spouses sign on for that when they marry comedians, but kids never had a say in whether or not they’re okay with such public ridicule…and more important, they’re still in their formative and vulnerable years, when such public labeling could actually cause them to see themselves negatively and fatalistically meet those lowered expectations.

      I’m also with you on the pearl-clutching accusation every time someone here voices concern about or disapproval of something. It’s a way of putting down females you disagree with (no one says it about males, obviously) and making their stated opinions seem like hysterics. Dirty fighting.

    • Stef Leppard says:

      I agree. I think respect is a hugely important part of any relationship, including mother-child. Of course my kids get on my nerves and I complain to my close family and friends, but this is something she said in public, that he’ll be able to read someday. I find that hideous and disrespectful to her son.

  3. Abbott says:

    I’m with you, Kaiser. Being an a$$hole knows no gender, race, or age. It is an equal opportunity state of being. That being said, most kids are little a$$holes.

    • Victoria 1 says:

      I agree. Everyone has the capacity to be an asshole – just like these assholes we are commenting on.

    • Dani says:

      Most little kids are assholes but their parents shouldn’t be the ones calling them that.

      • Sarah says:

        I am absolutely horrified by these comments. Most kids aren’t little a**holes. They are kids. They are learning how to behave & respond to frustration or anger. Or perhaps they are pi**ed off their parents are using them as pawns to promote their fame.

        As a parent of a kid whose behavior used to drive me crazy – and still does – imagine finding out your kid had a neurological condition causing that behavior. Calling him names would make his guilt over behavior he struggles to control even worse.

        If a kid has no other tools to express feelings, his mom shouldn’t call him a d*ck, she should call a therapist. The age they experienced divorce and remarriage might have a lot to do with the difference in her two kids’ responses.

      • Jenny12 says:

        Sarah, most HUMANS are a-holes at times. Brandi tends to think she is a comedian because she can make her friends laugh, but it isn’t true. She was joking around, and I get that it’s her brand of humor, but people are fairly quick to jump on her OR defend obsessively. She has no comedic training or timing, so things can come off really badly. She was clearly joking around, and she wasn’t speaking directly to her kid. I can’t tell you how many parents I see sounding off on FB- it’s just that they’re not famous.

    • happymama says:

      Yup. Every parent has moments of feeling their kids are jerks. People need to relax.

      • Sarah says:

        Well Jenny12, if that’s just your type of humor, go ahead and publicly call kids names, I guess. Seeing lots of people do it on Facebook doesn’t really make your case. Facebook isn’t exactly known for being a showcase of quality parenting.

        I respectfully maintain that adding just kidding or lol doesn’t actually take away the sting of name calling, especially from a parent to a child. I grew up in a house where that happened – a lot. And I thought it was normal, harmless humor. Later I realized calling me names to redirect my behavior was a crappy way to avoid setting consistent boundaries and clear expectations, which would have been far more effective in helping me build a confident, secure sense of self much earlier in life. Words like that chisel away at a kid. He’s going to need therapy or he’s going to end up a troubled guy. She’s talking about her seven year-old! And referencing his sex & dating life!? That’s horrible, awful, neglectful behavior on her part.

        There is a big difference btwn “every parent THINKING their kid is being a jerk” and SAYING it to a national audience on the internet, where nothing goes away – ever.

        And for everyone saying people need to relax? That’s a very convenient way to say you’re not accountable for what messages you’re sending kids. But that’s all just a big joke, right?

    • Bridget says:

      But do they really need to have that commented on in front of an audience of thousands (and now way more than thousands)? It isn’t necessarily that she thinks this way so much as the fact that Brandi chose to share these thoughts in a public forum. Don’t hold your kid up for public ridicule in an attempt to make a joke.

      • Ag says:

        EXACTLY. while she might think (rightfully or not) that her son sometimes acts like an a-hole, there is zero need to call him an a-hole in a public forum. it’s something she could say to a friend or whatever, but not in a setting where it will get back to him. he’s just a kid, FFS. (also, huge difference between “you’re acting like an a-hole” and “you’re an a-hole.”)

      • Annie says:

        Right. Why does the world need to know what goes thru her mind every second. Perhaps she is raising them to be a-holes just like her.
        My parents never called us names. Sorry for the rest of you that got called a-holes.

    • littlestar says:

      Yes, kids can be *ssholes at times. I think most are just testing their parents, seeing what buttons they can push and how far they can go. Other times, it’s because their parents let them behave like that.

      In Brandi’s kid’s case, I think it probably has a lot to do with their family dynamic. Spending one week with the “bonus mom” who spoils them rotten in the hopes that the boys will love her more, then one week with their actual real mom who tries her hardest to have discipline while at the same time trying to “compete” with the bonus mom in terms of spoiling the boys. And so the kid plays off of it, knowing he can get away with it.

  4. Kiddo says:

    I read about this the other day. I have a friend, who is hilarious, who said essentially the same thing while her boys were running amok and the father went to discipline them. However, she said it as an aside, tongue-in-cheek, and it wasn’t recorded for all of the free world to hear. Brandi is the highest form of asshole. Little kids aren’t fully developed when they act out and do socially unacceptable things. Brandi has no such excuse. She was going for the laugh and attention for herself, as she always does.

    • I Choose Me says:

      This is how I feel about it too. However, I’m more concerned by her assertion that her seven year old has gotten to second base with his girlfriend(s). Please tell me she’s not serious.

    • Mikeyangel says:

      I am with you Kiddo. If she said this to her friend at a girls lunch (not being recorded) that would be one thing. I tell my truth of how I feel about my kids in moments of frustration to my husband after they are asleep in bed. I feel like parents who say things like that to young kids (not adults my mom and I 31 and 51 call each other B’s for bitches often in tongue and cheek-although we are more friends now not mother daughter only) are bullying their kids and that is where kids learn to go and bully other kids. Not that she said it to him, but God knows how someone like Leanne will twist this, who knows she might even let him hear it. The whole idea of telling a six year old, “you’re an asshole,” will have consequences. I have a SIL who calls her granddaughter a ‘little bitch’ in earshot all the time. I think it is disgusting. The child is 5! What is that kid learning. The short list: it is ok to call names when angry, it is ok to belittle others whenever wanted, being nasty is ok. Like I said, if she wanted to express this privately where there is no chance her son would ever hear it fine, but once again she is letting all of her classy out of the bag here.

  5. Trillian says:

    I can’t believe I’m about to leave a “that’s terrible mothering” comment but here goes: I call my 10 yr old a sassy brat all the time (well, he is and shame on me I know where he gets it from) but there’s a LINE. I would never call him an a*hole or a f*cker. Those are serious insults and especially 7 yr olds don’t really get the “fun” part there. Plus she even claims to prefer the older one, kids are very sensitive about preferences like that. The attitude is probably his way of getting mom’s attention. She may sadly be right about the therapy part …

    • Slim Charles says:

      It’s different to tell close friends or your partner, “Yeah, sometimes my kid can be an a**hole”, than to announce it on a PODCAST! And to imply she has a favorite? She’s just horrible. The second-base comment is just gross. Why would you brag – as a woman – that your son – a little boy – was feeling up girls like it’s a badge of honor?

    • Jag says:

      Agreed. He is acting out because she obviously favors the older brother. My mother preferred my sister over me, and the youngest – a boy – could do no wrong. I hated them both for most of my life due to the way she pitted us against each other to fight for her favor.

    • Jenny12 says:

      Girl, it’s JOKES. I joke around about how easy my elder one is and how sassy my little one is, and how one is a librarian and one is a stripper. I just don’t do it in a public forum. I don’t know Brandi, but I would bet her older one is the sweet, easygoing kid and the little one puts her through the wringer but cracks her up and that the little one’s outgoing personality outshines the quieter one, and that worries her. Or I could be projecting, because that’s how I see things.

      • Sarah says:

        You say your child is going to turn out to be a stripper?  Is this on Facebook?  If so, good luck when she’s a teen and finds out that this was her mom’s way of “joking” about her.  That’s seriously mortifying and an albatross for a kid to be wearing at a very young age. 

        Comparing your “brand of humor” to Brandi’s is probably not going to win over those of us who think she made verbally abusive, exploitive statements.  (Verbally abusive, even if not directly to him. It’s a public forum. He’ll hear it eventually if he hasn’t already.) Neither is calling us “girl”.  I’ve been a woman for a few years now.  It feels pretty damn good to grow up.

        Doesn’t matter if Brandi thinks she’s just being funny.  Good luck telling a judge or social services that it was her “brand of humor” if there’s more custody battling.  Saying your kid is a f*cker and has a 5th grade girlfriend with whom he goes to 2nd base?  Not good.

        Your kid’s sense of self should always come before your “brand of humor”.  It’s a sacrifice worth making. Your words hold more meaning to your child than you think.

  6. Sixer says:

    I dunno. I have a dreadful potty mouth but I don’t really use it to swear AT or ABOUT people. And we insult each other quite happily chez Sixer but it’s just a campy game to us. I just told Sixlet Major that he smells of cat’s wee, for example, because he put screwed up, smelly socks in the laundry basket so I had to unravel them to wash them. But he knows it’s a joke and he doesn’t feel insulted.

    I can’t imagine describing my kids – or anyone else I know – in those terms. Even when they’re getting right up my nose.

    Oh! I insult famous people on here on a daily basis. But everyone knows that’s a joke too, right? Or am I Brandi’s alter-ego?

    • Falula says:

      I have the same philosophy about swearing, at least around my kids. My husband and I curse a lot but never AT each other or ABOUT people. Some people think it’s crazy that we don’t censor ourselves around our almost-4-year-old, but we just think that sometimes those words are fine – it’s mostly about context. You stub your toe? Sh!t! That hurts.

      I do think Brandi crossed a line here. Mostly the intensity. It wasn’t a one-off comment because she was really irritated. It goes on and on and is really harsh.

    • Elle Kaye says:

      I’m with you on this…it is fun to be sassy, but, come on, draw a line at kids. Calling a kid an asshole or f*cker is like kicking a dog. It is wrong and you don’t do it…they don’t understand and it is only hurtful. You want that behavior to continue? Keep up with the name calling and watch it get worse.

      This woman is an idiot…a complete alcoholic mess of a mother who needs to learn to shut her asshole, f*cking mouth.

  7. GiGi says:

    I admit I do call my kids out… but in a constructive way. If my son is being a dick, I’ll say, “Hey – you’re acting like a jerk and that’s not how we behave. That behaviour is unacceptable, etc.” Same for my girls. But I would never EVER publicly call them names. I feel like that’s crossing a line. Plus I really believe that kids kind of fulfill what you put out there about them. She’s saying her son is an ahole – guess what? He’s going to be an ahole – because she expects it.

  8. lisa2 says:

    Wow the mommy police wanted to hang Angelina Jolie for calling her baby a blob..WHICH SHE NEVER SAID..

    hmmm funny how those same people wont be up in arms over this..

    • kri says:

      I would just say..Jake has got alot of therapy coming up, and being exposed to these adults in his life will be the cause. On the other hand, kids can be real jerks sometimes, and you have to call them on it when they are, or they mow you down. I wouldn’t use such harsh language to my kids, because they will feel free to call others dicks, etc. and that’s a problem. You don’t want a 7 yr,old busting out what sounds like a Snoop rant at Chuckie Cheese. Maybe he is an a&&hole-I would be too if I had that mom,Leann Rimes, and Eddie in my life.

    • Elle Kaye says:

      Good point…I’m really surprised, I guess, more saddened, by the number of people who are on here agreeing that kids can be assholes. We are taking about a 7 year old. Where is the discipline? If a child is raised with boundaries, they respect them. Sure, a kd will push boundaries, but it doesn’t mean they should be called derogatory names reserved for the most annoying adults.

    • Jen2 says:

      Because this particular person has been playing the victim card for so long. I think all of the adults in this bizarre group are exploiting these children, but, because this one is depicted as the “victim” of the other two’s behavior, she seems to get way too many passes for horrid behavior of her own. There are some people who are mature enough to be co-parents, (or even parents–period) but this group is not. There is no excuse for her calling her son these names in public. He must have absolutely no self esteem at this point in his life and it can only get worse. Just because she gave birth to him is no excuse for her to belittle or demean him in this way and to build up the other one in the same discussion. She should be called out, loudly.

      • claire says:

        Oh, good lord. Talk about projecting and making a mountain out of a mole hill. We’re talking about the kid that smiles from ear to ear in every single photo, who has been described by his parents as ‘loving everyone’, being a total ham, a schmoozer, totally loving…I could go on and on all the positive happy ways he’s been described. But you think he has no self-esteem because his mom joked about his sassy personality. That’s crazy.

    • MW says:

      Kids can be brats. Whatever. Talking to a friend or husband about it has nothing to do with, and does not justify, publicly call your kid an a**hole, etc., in front of the general public to get what she thought would be laughs and attention for herself. At the very least, it is immature and heartless and damaging for her son. And this is not justifiable as “only a joke”. A comedian might use something derogatory for a laugh in his routine, but he could and probably would, explain it to his child in private beforehand and see how he feels about it. Also, her son also might appear to be a little clown as a defense mechanism. I am not pro or con Leann, but I always had the feeling that Brandi’s loose-cannon behavior might be why there is so much animosity between them all.

  9. Elisabeth says:

    I am so sick of her, and those other two douchebags who are involved in raising these two boys. These three are all bonus assholes in these boys lives. Shut up all of you and try to not raise assholes

    Rant over

  10. Lori says:

    If nothing else, she nailed it with the book-the-rehab-in-advance comment…those poor kids…

  11. Nikollet says:

    Yeah, I don’t think this is terrible… if it had happened in private conversation. But on a podcast? And she probably did it because she knew it would mean we’d talk about her. This woman just needs to shut up.

  12. MrsBPitt says:

    Excuse my armchair psychiatry, but isn’t Jake the one that looks so much like Eddie? The dimples, the liar, popular with the ladies? Sounds like someone is projecting her hatred of the ex on her son!

  13. mkyarwood says:

    Whatever. If her kids behave inappropriately, it’s not too difficult to figure out why. My parents were always harping on me ‘not to lie’ as a child but I was aware of all their lies all the time. This entire blended family lives a fabricated existence! At least he knows to cop to it already instead of bothering to lie further.

  14. Eileen says:

    Verbal abuse from a parent leaves permanent scars on your soul no matter how old you are

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I agree, and I hurt for him when she was praising her other son, saying “he’s my baby, he’s so sweet” and all of that. Comparing two children that way is so mean and damaging.

      • DCJ says:

        I agree. She sucks. Ugly inside and out. I used to root for her, but now there is nothing to root for.

      • MrsBPitt says:

        So true…telling one child that they are so good, while telling the other child that they are an “asshole” can cause permanent damage. My mother did this to my sister and I. Sis was “perfect”, while everything I did was wrong…if I heard the line “why can’t you be more like your sister” once, I heard it a million times…and believe me, it hurt!

    • Molly says:

      how is talking about him verbal abuse? If she were to yell at him and call him these things…yes

      but talking amongst adults and saying your 7 year old is acting like an a-hole is not exactly abusive.

      • Toot says:

        @ Molly

        Brandi has no filter. She has probably said all this to Jake. That’s why he sings that song line to her.

      • I Choose Me says:

        In the tail end of the article, it says he sings the song Problem to her and she tells him to go eff himself. And that she calls him f-cker in passing.

      • eliza says:

        Well it was on a Pod cast and now all over the media, so it is slightly abusive because she has publicly humiliated him and if not now, he will eventually know the terminology she used to describe him and regardless of if he is a brat or not, she shows little or no respect for her own children.

        She can say or think whatever she wants but she should also be intelligent and aware enough to choose her words more carefully in a public form.

        Just my two cents.

      • Jenny12 says:

        “She probably said all this to Jake”? How would you know what she says to her child? Criticize her public persona or sense of humor or lack thereof, but you don’t know what goes on in private. Come on. My kid smuggled her sister’s iPod to school without permission and I was horrified by the call (AT WORK) that she did. She had a table of kids chanting the F word. I was so mortified. She told the principal it’s because I say the F word in traffic. Yet her sibling doesn’t do that and is an angel in school. All of this judgmental crap is exhausting. As Roseanne once said, sometimes kids are going to do what they’re going to do. They’re human that way.

    • shelley says:

      So true. When I was around 8 years old, I was really excited about something good that had happened to me, so I ran upstairs to my parents’ room to tell them. My mother looked at me, and for no reason at all said “well you are such a little bitch, aren’t you?”. I was dumbfounded. I hadn’t even done anything wrong. I cried and cried. She was never the most stable person and still isn’t. In fact, she’s plain toxic. But yeah, that stuck with me for years. I suppose it still does. I haven’t seen or spoken to her in over 8 years now, not because of that, but just because I finally realized I am better off without her personality disorder in my life.

      • Christin says:

        We cannot choose our relatives, but fortunately we can choose as adults how much interaction we have with them.

        How much of her talk is an exaggerated attempt at comedy and how much is true, who knows. It’s also not clear if the kids enjoy being props for their parents (such as last week’s photo of a moving boat and no life jackets being worn). It’s going to be interesting to see the relationship each boy has with his parents in the next 10 years or so.

  15. Miffy says:

    I just can’t.

    So these kids literally have no one in their life willing to act in their best interests beyond what the ‘adults’ want? A drunk mother who slates them publicly, a womaniser for a father and a stepmother who only wheels them out for the weekly pap-stroll. Those poor little boys.

    I’m a mom, I get that kids drive you crazy but the idea of broadcasting yourself referencing your kid as an asshole, what the hell is wrong with her? She’s an idiot.

  16. Shannon1972 says:

    I’m going to go out on a limb and say most parents can relate to this. I know I can, and I love my kids more than life itself. But yeah, sometimes they can drive me to the edge of insanity itself, and act like little brats. They know it, and we laugh about it because they know they are loved no matter how ridiculous they can be. I tell them it’s all ammunition for when they bring home their first serious girlfriend. Those naked baby pics will come in handy as payback. ;)
    I really don’t like her language (I don’t use it, and my boys can’t use it around me), and I could be projecting, but I get the feeling she is amused by his behavior. I can be both delighted and infuriated when my kids test boundaries.

    • Miffy says:

      Precisely, WITH A FRIEND. Broadcasting yourself publicly stating your child is an as*hole, a f*cker, etc, that’s cruel and horrible. Would you allow your child to hear you calling him obscenities when you’re at the end of your tether? Much less put it in a freaking podcast? Heartless.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I totally agree. Say what you want to your husband or friends, but to the child or about the child on a public forum is just mean, going for laughs at his expense.

      • Shannon1972 says:

        I don’t know, I see this differently. It all depends on your usual language. I don’t curse (except while driving…I’m a hostile driver at times, lol), but if this is her usual language, it won’t be shocking to her kids. My “airhead” equals her “a-hole”. I joke about saving money for their future therapist, and she jokes about saving money for rehab. It’s all a matter of context and perspective.
        She’s a public person who makes a living spilling the extremely intimate details of her life. I don’t get why this is so shocking. Hearing about her sex life is probably way more mortifying than this.

      • Miffy says:

        Absolutely hit the nail on the head, ‘at his expense’.

        Shannon, how often a child is exposed to name-calling or statements of a parent preferring your sibling isn’t justification for it. That’s akin to suggesting that if you beat a child frequently enough, then it’s fine.

        He’s 7, he’s impressionable, his trying behaviour is totally natural and he’s been publicly branded as a string of obscenities by his own mother in a forum that he has access to, that his schoolmates have access to. It’s totally unacceptable.

      • Shannon1972 says:

        Miffy, I understand where you are coming from. Truly, I do. I think that I am not expressing myself clearly here. I am totally against abuse of children in any form – mental, or physical. But I come from a family that ribbed each other constantly, anywhere and any time. We are an extremely tight family, and outsiders would probably think our banter was a bit horrifying. But we found it funny, and knew it was affectionate.
        I am not condoning public humiliation for anyone’s kids, but this woman has an extremely foul mouth. She airs her entire life, (literally) warts and all – it’s how she makes her living. I don’t listen to her podcast, and I tired of her antics a year ago, but I also don’t know her kids. This may be nothing to them…it all depends on their relationship and how they relate to each other. I think being the child of a public figure is hard, no matter what the parent does. Strangers everywhere are going to judge them against their own lives, and what they consider normal.

    • Audrey says:

      You know, my husband and I have been calling our grump (she’d put Prince George to shame) of a daughter a jerk behind her back since she was like 3 months old.

      I felt bad admitting it until I talked to my friends who called their kids names too. Never to their faces, just as a way of discussing how exhausted and overwhelmed we were.

      To her face, she’s simply my grumper and little dictator :)

      • Shannon1972 says:

        I totally get that! My 2nd is a complete dictator, complete with a huge sarcastic streak. He tries my patience more than my other two, but I also find him completely delightful, hilarious and sweet (and he knows it).
        My parents used to call me “sour grapes” because, as the oldest, I would get annoyed when my younger siblings would get to do things earlier than I did. Pretty tame compared to Brandy’s language, but they were joking around and I was close with them. I have that relationship with my boys too.

    • Jenny12 says:

      Yes, Sharon, totally. My 2nd can drive me to the brink and back, but she cracks me up. I get the same feeling from Brandi. I’ve noticed people talk about how cute Jake is and she makes sure to say his brother is, too. I feel the same because my elder is outshone by her outgoing sister- such a quiet, sweet kid but there’s her sister acting like Cher in Vegas. I don’t agree with all of Brandi’s actions but fooling around on a podcast where there are no kids around is another thing altogether. Verbal abuse is abusing a person whom you’re engaged with, not talking about your kid. I’m more horrified when Brandi discusses her bad romantic and sexual choices in public. That I don’t agree with at all.

  17. eliza says:

    I guess all parents and kids have different relationships with each other.

    I could never imagine my mother calling me those names publicly. Thinking them, perhaps. Nor would I call my mother those names publicly. Think, perhaps.

    It seems really disgusting to me for a public figure, no matter how dlist she is, to rant on a Pod cast about her sons like that. There are better ways to phrase that so as not to sound like trailer trash.

    Kids are not angels. I get that. Think how you like, bitch to your family and close friends but have some sense to not humiliate the kid in the media. How embarrassing for him.

  18. Mrs Fonzieface says:

    Of course he behaves badly a lot of the time. Firstly, he’s 7 and that’s what 7 year old do. Secondly, no one appears to actually engaging with these children. If he’s such a terrible kid she’s got only got herself to blame and a lot of work to do.

    Can you imagine how that boy is feeling right now? Embarrassed and humiliated and angry. He’s going to have to go in to school tomorrow with everyone knowing his mum feels this way about him. That’s got to hurt. None of the adults in his life have his back.

  19. Toot says:

    Brandi is a mess. I don’t like how she’s so out there with her favoritism between her sons. She probably shows it between them often.

    Also, like Mrs.BPitt said above, I think she probably doesn’t like Jake because he looks just like his father, but the oldest looks more like her.

  20. Talie says:

    My family was salty too, so I can’t hate.

  21. bammer says:

    I’m more curious about her bragging about the fifth grade girlfriend and getting to second base. God she’s so trashy and gross. She’s always talking and tweeting her children’s personal information. From peeing to hospital emergencies. There’s something wrong with her.

    • eliza says:

      It’s called “Attentionwhoritis” and she has the most severe of cases.

    • why? says:

      Leann has bragged about Jake breaking up with girls and having girlfriends, so does the same logic apply? Leann made several tweets about the kids going to Hawaii with her yesterday and I’m sure she has a staged airport photo-op planned at LAX too, Leann also tweets to parents and teachers from the boys schools, on Mason’s birthday, Leann made 30 tweets, while Brandi made less than 5.

      On Friday Leann paid ROL to write the story about Brandi so that by Monday she can be papped in Hawaii and the airport with Brandi’s kids, she is using those boys to promote her reality show.

      • bammer says:

        This post is about Brandi. Not liking Leann doesn’t make Brandi a Saint.

      • Luca26 says:

        Can we please stop with the LeeAnn did x so Brandi can do y argument. As crazy as LeeAnn is she hasn’t called one of those kids an a-hole son so she wins.

      • Elle Kaye says:

        Why? This is about the children, it isn’t about a petty fight between grown-ups. She called him horrible names. She admitted to saying those things to his face. She brags that he is fondling girls. She favors one child over the other. Yes, the step-mother is weird and does bizarre things as well. That public fued is terribly uhealthy for those boys, and the father’s behavior is very disturbing. So, understand, it is the children who need to be protected, not the parents. The parents need their heads examined.

      • why? says:

        Since the article made a point to quote ” Illustrating the mother-son dynamic between herself and Jake, she said that the boy sings to her lines from the Ariana Grande song “Problem” — specifically, the line, “I’ve Got One Less Problem Without You,” to her chagrin.” and Leann tweeted on June 11 that Eddie and Jake were singing that song, this post has everything to do with Leann and Eddie. The person said that it’s Brandi who is putting out personal information about her kids, yet when given specific examples of Leann putting out personal details about Brandi’s kids, we are told “not to bring Leann into it”?

        If it’s about the children, why aren’t you outraged at Tina Fey, Kevin Hart, and Louis CK who said the very same “horrible” things about their kids? Someone even said that Kevin Hart said that he wanted to punch his daughter after he called her an AH. Brandi doesn’t favor her kids over the other. I think she is frustrated because Leann and Eddie are using Jake to send her passive aggressive messages. I agree that the feud is unhealthy, with VH1 airing Leann’s reality show, Leann and Eddie’s attacks on Brandi have gotten worse. Leann flat out bragged about Eddie and Jake singing that song, yet ROL said that it was a mother son dynamic.

        Leann just announced the official page for her reality show. Still think that this doesn’t have anything to do with Leann?

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        Woot! Woot! All aboard the crazy train

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        @ Why? Dude-I say this as someone who genuinely cares about your mental welfare. Get help, like. yesterday. Seriously. I mean it.

      • Izzy says:

        Why? – we’re not talking about MeAnn and Ediot, or Tina Fey or any other celebs, because this story is about Brandi, who went and called her kid a bunch of nasty names on a podcast, which is probably not going to be great for his self esteem, regardless of any other parent in his life. If you want to SWF LeAnn so badly, build her a shrine. The rest of us prefer to stay more on topic.

  22. Molly says:

    I listened to the podcast and she’s saying this all in a joking manner. It reads really horrible but it sounds funny if thats your humor style (howard stern/chelsea handler)

    My dad used to say “quit being a shithead” when my mom and i were fighting or “keep being an a-hole and you better hope you get a good judge” (because lying/sneaking out to go to a bonfire at the lake was the gateway drug to prison…apparently)

    I think Radar online really really hates her for some reason. They are always giving her crap.

    • Elle Kaye says:

      Were you 7 years old? It doesn’t sound like it.

    • claire says:

      It’s a bit bizarre to hear some of the description of it on here after actually listening to it. It all sounds nightmarish and horrible. Then you listen to the actual podcast, and it’s nothing like what people are describing here. It’s joking and lighthearted. It sounds like a mom being amused at her son’s behaviors and laughing about how much he is a handful.

      • Jenny12 says:

        Lot of butthurt on here. Verbal abuse is when you say something abusive to someone. Her son wasn’t there. Look at the pictures to see how damaged he is. I know an awful lot of parents who’d be in trouble because they call their kids names- including myself- and it’s all just dark humor. Brandi should learn to filter, but if you listen to the podcast (I didn’t, but read the transcript), you can see that she’s just joking around. People have this gallows sense of humor- that’s why there’s a book for adults they secretly want to read to their kids called Go The F— To Sleep.

  23. why? says:

    “Illustrating the mother-son dynamic between herself and Jake, she said that the boy sings to her lines from the Ariana Grande song “Problem” — specifically, the line, “I’ve Got One Less Problem Without You,” to her chagrin.”

    It’s not really a mother-son dynamic. It’s an ex-husband-ex-wife dynamic. Eddie isn’t over Brandi. Jake learned the song from Eddie. It’s Eddie being passive aggressive, sending Brandi messages through his son. The press keep saying that Leann and Eddie have moved on and are civil to Brandi, but they are not. Leann’s timeline is filled with passive aggressive digs towards Brandi.

    Jake learned “I’ve got one less problem without you” from Eddie, Leann tweeted about it like she knew Jake was going to go back to Brandi and say it.

    LeAnn Rimes Cibrian ‏@leannrimes Jun 11
    “I got 99 problems but you won’t be 1″ WHAT! “I got one less problem without you” gonna be stuck in my head all day now #HumpDay

    nicola brady starr ‏@nicolabrady Jun 11
    @leannrimes haha now u have it stuck in my head .. Have a great day :) hugs xx

    LeAnn Rimes Cibrian @leannrimes Jun 11
    @nicolabrady never heard it until jake & Eddie started singing it last night lol

    • kpoodle says:

      Yep. I remember that tweet. That was the first thing I thought of, when I read this.

    • aaa says:

      The press is not the one saying that the people involved in this drama have moved on, that is something Brandi has said. Then she says something totally different in the next interview. She will pretty much say anything to get a tabloid headline.

      If Eddie manipulated Jake into using that song against Brandi, then shame on him, but it is a very popular song and I am not going to assume that Eddie is behind Jake using a line from the song against Brandi. After all this was just one of a string of comments that Brandi made about Jake, she should not have used words like a–hole and d–k, but it sound like he is a precocious child.

    • why? says:

      The press is the one saying that Leann and Eddie have moved on, have you not seen the articles that were released during Leann’s promotional tour in Nashville the first week of June? The two articles that Vh1 released about Leann’s show on Friday? I think that Brandi is very stressed out. I think that there are things going on with Leann and Eddie that are far worse than what we witness. Leann’s attacks against Brandi haven’t stopped like many people have been saying. They have gotten worse. Now we have first hand proof that Leann and Eddie are teaching those kids things and then sending them back to Brandi to say it.

      A popular song that Leann tweeted that Jake and Eddie were singing on June 11. Eddie taught Jake the song and Leann took pleasure in knowing that Jake was going to go home and say it to Brandi.

      Does your same logic apply to Kevin Hart, Louis CK, and Tina Fey? Of course not because Kevin Hart, Louis CK, and Tina Fey don’t have a Leann Rimes in their life who is airing a reality show in July and going on a 7 day vacation to Hawaii with Brandi’s kids.

      • aaa says:

        @ why?,
        [Eyeroll] at you saying that there is first hand proof against Eddie and Leann.

        But fine I’ll play along, if I thought that my ex husband was teaching my son ways to be disrespectful and insubordinate, the last thing that I would be doing is discussing it on a podcast, and labelling my son an a–hole and a d— . Instead I would be dealing with this situation through lawyers and counselors.

      • why? says:

        If you really cared about what Brandi said, you would be slamming Tina F, Kevin Hart, and Lous CK too. You don’t really care about what Brandi said. This is just another means of Leann using Brandi, Jake, and Mason to promote her reality show which isn’t getting rave reviews and the staged photo-ops she set up in Hawaii with Brandi’s kids.

        There is first hand proof. Leann Rimes. Leann is constantly tweeting about the songs that Jake and Mason sing. Jake and Mason have been going to Leann and Eddie’s for months, yet the first time we see Leann ever tweet about the song is on June 11. If the kids had learned the song at their mothers or some time before like you said, Leann would have tweeted about it a long time ago. Leann tweeted about it on June 11. Eddie taught Jake the song. Why do you think Leann emphasized that Eddie and Jake were singing the song? She didn’t say Jake and Mason. She said Eddie and Jake.

      • someone says:

        If anything I think this is a case of Brandi copying Leann. Leann tweeted about the song on the 11th. Brandi talked about it on her podcast last week. OBVIOUSLY Brandi is stalking Leann’s twitter. At least that is what you’d be saying if it was the other way around and Brandi tweeted it on the 11th and Leann talked about it last week. Pot kettle.

      • why? says:

        How is it a case of copying? You are looking for any excuse to cover up that Eddie is using his kids to send nasty messages to Brandi. Radaronline said that Brandi said that Jake said “I’ve Got One Less Problem Without You”. The only way it would be copying is if Jake is saying “I’ve Got One Less Problem Without You” to Leann. Is that what you are saying? That Eddie’s initial target wasn’t Brandi, but Leann and Jake got caught in the middle of an argument between Eddie and Leann and was only repeating what his father told him to say to Leann?

        Leann has a long standing history of copying Brandi’s tweets and stalking Brandi’s tweets.

      • Izzy says:

        Hart, Fey and Louis Ck also are not talking crap about their kids on a podcast. But you keep on defending this drunken idiot excuse for a parent, why? Apparently Brandi is your idea of Mother of the Year.

  24. Samtha says:

    It’s one thing to call your adult child something like that. It’s another thing entirely to tell the world (or at least the tiny fraction of it that gives a damn about Brandi) that your kid is a dick.

    What’s worse is that she made it pretty clear she favors her other son. That’s even worse than calling your kid an asshole. How’s he going to feel about that when he hears it?

    • why? says:

      One blogger pointed out that comedians say this all the time and no one has a problem with it. One of Leann’s fans tried to slam Brandi and then the blogger quoted several commedians, including Tina Fey. The only reason the press(ROL) and Leann’s fans are slamming Brandi is because Leann wants to be papped in Hawaii with Brandi’s kids and Leann’s reality show is airing next month. Leann will do anything to promote her reality tv show. Before she is papped in Hawaii playing devoted stepmother to Brandi’s kids, Leann pushes and pushes until she has the world thinking that Brandi is a bad mother.

      Leann has been bragging all Sunday about going to Hawaii with Brandi’s kids. Leann and Eddie haven’t moved on.

      • Elle Kaye says:

        The kid is 7!! It would be awful if the stepmother said it. Don’t you get that?? It is like Alec Baldwin calling his daughter a thoughtless little pig. You don’t do that to a child. The parents are insane here…both of them…and the stepmother is nuts. How that is lost on anyone is beyond comprehension.

      • why? says:

        Where was this outrage when other comedians like Tina Fey, Kevin Hart, and Louis CK said this out loud about their kids, who were 7 or younger? The only reason this is an issue is because Leann wants to be papped in Hawaii with Brandi’s kids and Leann’s reality tv show is airing next month. I’m not making excuses for Brandi, just pointing out the obvious. Why wasn’t ROL outraged or getting doctors to comment when this was said by Tina Fey and Kevin Hart? ROL wouldn’t have even bothered making this an issue if Leann wasn’t taking Brandi’s kids on vacation this week and wasn’t trying to get people to watch her reality show.

      • aaa says:

        This is the bed Brandi made. Brandi and other Real Housewives get a lot of attention on certain blogs, even more than “real” celebrities.

        LOL at you trying to make this about Leann Rimes.

        Also, yes they are “Brandi’s kids” but they are also Eddie’s children. Eddie is their father, he married Leann Rimes and they spend half their time living in Eddie and Leann’s home.

      • why? says:

        If Leann hadn’t tweeted on June 11 that Eddie and Jake were singing that song by Ariana the same song that Brandi quotes in her Podcast, no one would have any cause to think that Leann and Eddie were behind this. If Eddie is their father why is Leann on twitter whining about how she has to pack for her two stepsons? Where is Eddie? Why isn’t he packing his kids clothes for Hawaii? The kids aren’t spending half their time with their father because their father leaves them alone with Leann.

        The difference is that Kevin Hart, Tina Fey, and Louis CK have said the very same thing outloud several times, but ROL wasn’t outraged. Brandi didn’t make her bed. Leann and her attempts to get people to watch her VH1 reality show did.

      • heidi says:

        Brandi wears her badge of “OG” (original gangster) proudly. It is a possibility Brandi plays that song on the car radio, at home or sings it herself. Since we weren’t present to know where or from whom Jake learned it, we should refrain from placing blame at this point.

      • aaa says:

        So it’s all Leann Rimes’ fault because she should have known that a week later Brandi Glanville was going to say in a podcast that her seven year old son was an asshole and a d—.

        Radar Online does lots of stories on Real Housewives, Brandi knew this when she made the comment, and since we are making assumptions, my assumption is that Brandi knew her comments about Jake would be picked up by Radar Online and others, and she is so desperate for attention that she is willing to share with the world that she has a son who talks back to her, puts his hands on girls’ private parts, and she thinks he is a d— and an asshole.

      • why? says:

        Leann didn’t tweet that Brandi played the song, Leann tweeted that Jake and Eddie were singing the song. We don’t have to be present to know who the source was, we have Leann’s tweets. Why should we refrain from placing the blame? ROLand the people slamming Brandi for saying the same thing that Kevin Hart, Tina Fey, and Louis CK said about their kids most certainly didn’t.

        LeAnn Rimes Cibrian ‏@leannrimes Jun 11
        “I got 99 problems but you won’t be 1″ WHAT! “I got one less problem without you” gonna be stuck in my head all day now #HumpDay

        nicola brady starr ‏@nicolabrady Jun 11
        @leannrimes haha now u have it stuck in my head .. Have a great day :) hugs xx

        LeAnn Rimes Cibrian @leannrimes Jun 11
        @nicolabrady never heard it until jake & Eddie started singing it last night lol

      • heidi says:

        @ aaa there is nothing sacred to Brandi, not even her own flesh and blood. What’s it going to take to wake this woman up??!

      • why? says:

        You should be asking what is it going to take to wake Eddie up since Leann has been on twitter for 2 days bragging about her vacation with Brandi’s kids. Eddie is the one teaching his kids songs and then sending them back to Brandi to say it.

        You are not upset about what Brandi said because if you were you would have taken a stand when Kevin Hart, Tina Fey, and Louis CK said the very same thing. You are only going after Brandi because Leann reality show is airing next month and she is about to set up photo-ops with Brandi’s kids at LAX and in Hawaii.

      • why? says:

        If the issue is that Brandi called her child names on a public forum, why aren’t these same people taking offense when Kevin H, Tina F, and Lous CK said the very same thing about their kids?

        Since Leann and her fan were witnessed tweeting to the EIC of ROL, yes people are going to think that Leann had something to do with ROL article about Brandi.

        ROL wrote the article about the mother-son dynamic. Perhaps they should have reviewed Leann’s tweets about Eddie teaching his son the lyrics to Problems before they tried to depict Brandi as a bad mother.

    • Samtha says:

      Leann and Eddie are nuts, but I fail to see how they somehow made Brandi call her kid names on a podcast. Do you really think the only people who find those comments tacky are Leann and her fans?

    • The Original Tiffany says:

      Stop playing with all of the BALLS.

  25. aenflex says:

    Why broadcast it though? I think it’s an immature way to address issues with your child, or perhaps in this case your parenting. My very educated mother swore like a trucker, but it doesn’t mean I’m going to repeat that with my own offspring.

  26. UghInsomnia says:

    Eh, my kids can be assholes. I just don’t say it to their faces.

    • Delta Juliet says:

      But that is the difference. My kids can be little jerks too. EVERYONE can be a jerk. But I wouldn’t say it too them. That’s cruel. And to actually broadcast it, where anyone can hear? If he’s a dick, that makes her 10 times worse. And she’s an adult who knows better.

      Also, if her kid is that much of an asshole, well, as they say, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

  27. Tammy says:

    Looking at the picture above, Mason looks miserable and Jake is smiling, so I am going to go out on a limb here and say he is not affected by whatever she may say to him in private. I seriously doubt she calls him any names to his face because it would be ammunition for Eddie & Leann. I also think she says this stuff to get people talking about here, since Leann seems to have stopped tweeting about her nonstop.

  28. Jayna says:

    I wouldn’t say the stuff she says to her little seven-year-old’s face and certainly not on the internet. She said it to the public about him. Nothing like embarrassing your child publicly to be ribbed or bullied at school. School is tough enough. That stuff gets back. But beyond that I could care less. She didn’t hit them or anything, didn’t forget them in a hot car. She’s just acting like a jerk on her podcast like usual.

  29. why? says:

    What this all comes down to is that Leann’s reality tv show is not getting the rave reviews she claims that they are and that the only way to make her reality show survive is to vilify Brandi and to put out as many photos with Jake and Mason as possible.

    • aaa says:

      Not getting rave reviews? The show has not aired yet.

      • why? says:

        Leann aired a super trailer for her show at CMAfest on June 5(had the press say that she released on June 10), before that she released 8 or so clips to the VH1 website in April and May that were removed, Leann was showing her fans clips before she posted them to the VH1 website because one of fans was tweeting about how he was on their show and quoting things from what they filmed that day, and Leann invited the paparazzi to take shots of them filming the show while in Hawaii, bowling, baby scene, Eddie’s interview on another VH1 show, car scene when Eddie says that they are being followed by the paps, girls night out with Brandi’s ex friends, and Nashville. The show hasn’t aired yet and we have seen just about everything.

      • aaa says:

        It’s true that a trailer and preview clips have aired and there have been articles about them, but the show itself has not been reviewed, so I still disagree with your comment that the show is not getting rave reviews.

      • why? says:

        If Leann’s show hasn’t been reviewed yet, why did VH1 tweet an article last Thursday about how they loved Leann’s show? The show isn’t getting rave reviews because even though there are many articles out reviewing Leann’s show, we are being told that those articles don’t exist.

  30. HappyMom says:

    Trashy as usual. Is anyone surprised?

  31. Sonia says:

    Personally if my kids had a bonus mom as vile as Leanne, I’d become Mother Teresa/Princess Diana/June Cleaver to balance life for my kids. I’m more Roseanne than Claire Huxtable but I don’t have a Leanne Rimes/Jodi Arias/Susan Smith in my life either!
    I love Roseanne. I miss her show.

    • Amy Tennant says:

      Okay, okay, Leann has problems, but I missed the part where she actually KILLED somebody. ;)

      I’m kind of a Roseanne mom too

    • aaa says:

      A leopard cannot change its spots.

      With or without Leann in the picture, Brandi is a trashy, foul-mouth narcissist.

      • Sonia says:

        I joined twitter only to see this trash unfold for myself and it’s awful. As a teacher and a mom, my heart breaks for the insanity their lives are. I think Brandi is just as trashy as LeAnn, she is just a teensy but smarter about public image than LeAnn is. That being said, Brandi has a lot more restraint than I would in that situation! And yes, LeAnn hasn’t killed anyone but she is unbalanced :( . When Brittney Spears went off the rails I wanted to adopt her and help her. Watching LeAnn makes me want to spank her and ground her from her phone and hair straightener.

      • aaa says:

        I don’t get complimenting Brandi for using “restraint.” I think that Leann has done questionable and inappropriate things, but she has not done anything as crazy as tweeting (more than once!) a picture of her stepsons in a hospital bed, or tweeted about her school-age son still wetting the bed.

        This is the 2010s and blended families are very common. Step-parents are going to cross the line, either due to honest mistakes or because they are assholes, but if bio parents start losing “restraint” because of the step parents actions, then the jails would be very crowded with bio parents who should have accepted the hand that life dealt them.

      • why? says:

        Leann has never tweeted anything questionable or inappropriate?

        LeAnn Rimes Cibrian ‏@leannrimes Jun 11
        “I got 99 problems but you won’t be 1″ WHAT! “I got one less problem without you” gonna be stuck in my head all day now #HumpDay

        nicola brady starr ‏@nicolabrady Jun 11
        @leannrimes haha now u have it stuck in my head .. Have a great day :) hugs xx

        LeAnn Rimes Cibrian @leannrimes Jun 11
        @nicolabrady never heard it until jake & Eddie started singing it last night lol

      • Sonia says:

        Aaa, I say brandi has shown restraint because if I were in her position and those were my boys, well first of all I wouldn’t blow money on fillers, Botox, and renting houses, I would have bought a house and gave my kids a stable home! But, that being said, if those were my boys and their pictures were all over their step mom’s twitter, their school name on twitter, their step mom bringing them to play dates with strangers from twitter…I would string the bitch up from the highest tree. Brandi hasn’t don’t that. Actually, I’m not sure she has done anything but publicly bitch about it. Sigh…I just don’t like any of the adults in this situation. There. I just decided to delete my twitter account, I know way too much about stupid people who are famous for being stupid. I will NEVER quit celebitchy though!

      • aaa says:

        It seems to me like you are projecting how you conduct yourself as a bio mother onto this situation. I can totally see a bio mom who does not tweet pictures of her children being upset with a stepmom who does, but it makes no sense to me for a bio mom who tweets pictures of her son in a hospital bed to be mad at the stepmom who tweets pictures of her stepsons riding in a boat. Now if the bio mom is mad that her children weren’t wearing life jackets, that is understandable, but that’s a separate issue.

        Also it makes no sense for a bio mom to want to “string the bitch up from the highest tree” for situations like having the children at playdates with Twitter friends but then have a blogger who has written vicious things about the bio dad and stepmom at the bio mom’s home and interacting with the children.

        Actually I don’t know about the playdate situation, will you please elaborate and tell me where to find the source.

      • Annie B says:

        Brandi is not a “bio mom”, she is the kids’ mom. Period. She did not give up custody, she is not neglectful, she is their mom 100% of the time. No matter who their shit bag father brings in to their life to pay his bills.

  32. DD says:

    I didn’t read it like she was telling him that to his face. More like she was saying what she thinks sometimes. Brandi is her own worst enemy. She needs to take her own advice and STFU.

  33. why? says:

    Leann is trending on Yahoo. Why, I don’t know. Leann’s plan to promote her show by vilifying Brandi worked. When you click on Leann’s name it leads to articles about her reality tv show, not even the stories about what Brandi said come up when you click on Leann’s name. All weekend the press has been talking about Brandi, except for the 2 articles that VH1 released on Friday(the same day that the ROL released it’s article about Brandi’s podcast) and a video of Leann falling on stage at her concert over the weekend, there were very few articles about Leann or her reality show. The only way Leann’s reality show can survive is through Brandi, Mason, and Jake.

    • aaa says:

      Brandi Glanville brought all of this on herself.

      • why? says:

        Since Leann tweeted on June 11 that Eddie and Jake were singing that song that Brandi quoted on her Podcast, it’s Leann and Eddie who are bringing this on Brandi. Kevin Hart, Louis CK, and Tina Fey have said the very same thing, where was ROL outrage? Why is Brandi being slammed when under any other circumstance not involving anyone connected to Leann Rimes, ROL would have overlooked it? Leann Rimes show is a mess and the only way to save it through Brandi, Jake, and Mason.

      • aaa says:

        For whatever reason the Real Housewives are very popular on Radar Online, so antics by Real Housewives get more coverage than things done by “real” celebrities.

        “Problem” is a very popular song, I am not going to assume that just because Jake and Eddie were singing the song that Eddie is behind Jake using the song against Brandi.

      • why? says:

        People have witnessed both Leann and her fan who has a reputation for harassing Brandi tweeting to the EIC of Radaronline. After Brandi’s podcast aired people said that same fan started tweeting blogs, Radaronline included.

        If “Problem” is so popular, why did Leann say that she only found out about the song after she heard Eddie and Jake singing it? Eddie taught Jake the song.

        LeAnn Rimes Cibrian ‏@leannrimes Jun 11
        “I got 99 problems but you won’t be 1″ WHAT! “I got one less problem without you” gonna be stuck in my head all day now #HumpDay

        nicola brady starr ‏@nicolabrady Jun 11
        @leannrimes haha now u have it stuck in my head .. Have a great day :) hugs xx

        LeAnn Rimes Cibrian @leannrimes Jun 11
        @nicolabrady never heard it until jake & Eddie started singing it last night lol

      • LNG says:

        +1 to aaa.

        Why? – your logic makes no sense to me. You seriously think that Eddie taught the kid a song two weeks ago for the sole purpose of having him sing that song to Brandi and then having Brandi talk about that in public in order for Eddie and Leanne to capitalize on that public statement to gain attention for their walk through an airport to therefore raise interest in their reality show?

        Brandi is the one who chose to speak about how she thinks her kid is an a-hole. This media war has been going on for years – she knows how comments like that will be construed. If Brandi keeps her mouth shut, none of this happens. Actually, if Brandi keeps her mouth shut period then the media war ends and Leanne looks like a complete crazy person for continuing to engage. Except then Brandi has no more publicity.

        And for the record, I think all of these people are crazy and I have never ready anything about them beyond what is on this website.

      • why? says:

        You seriously think that you can keep insisting that Eddie didn’t teach Jake the song when Leann’s tweets say otherwise? Eddie taught Jake the song. Since Leann has been tweeting for 2 days about her trip to Hawaii with Brandi’s kids, Leann is using Brandi, Jake, and Mason for her airport walk through to promote her reality show that airs next month.

        Brandi isn’t the first and last person to talk about her kid being an AH. So why is it a big issue? Why is she being presented as a bad mother by ROL? Kevin Hart, Louis Ck, and Tina Fey have said the same thing. ROL didn’t write a negative article about them. The media war is going on because Leann’s reality show sucks and the only way to save it is through Brandi, Jake, and Mason.

        Perhaps Leann should keep her mouth shut because of her June 11 tweet, we know that Eddie is sending his kids back to Brandi to say nasty things to her.

    • Tammy says:

      Seriously, you’re a broken record with Leann’s tweet from 12 days ago…who cares!

      • why? says:

        The people who keep posting excuses to explain away Leann’s tweet. Now the next excuse is that Leann’s tweet is not relevant because it’s 12 days old, even though Radaronline made Leann’s tweet relevant when they posted this in their write up about Brandi’s podcast?

        ““Illustrating the mother-son dynamic between herself and Jake, she said that the boy sings to her lines from the Ariana Grande song “Problem” — specifically, the line, “I’ve Got One Less Problem Without You,” to her chagrin.”

      • someone says:

        Agreed Tammy! @Why is a broken record

      • why? says:

        It’s a broken record because you keep coming back with different names to explain away what Eddie and Leann did.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        That’s why?’s go to response for anyone that disagrees with her. She seriously thinks everyone on CB is the same person using a thousand different aliases.

        Anyway, how is why? Back here? I thought she was banned?

      • why? says:

        Since someone was using my name to make posts here, I know for a fact that people use different names here. The person used my name and then made another post in that same section using a different name.

        I thought you were banned too. How is why? 2 weeks ago someone from here was using my name on JJ to make posts and that person has been on another site using the variation “What?” . That person who uses my name likes to use the “why? was banned” line like you and your friend Original Tiffany.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        You’re certifiable. You talk in circles and nothing you say makes sense. This is the only site I post on, and I have little time to do it between working, raising three kids and contributing to professional publications. I doubt you have and real world commitments, as your life seems to be wrapped up in dissecting the lives of Z listers. Good day Wacko.

      • The Original Tiffany says:

        Holy Crazy Ladies, Batman!!!

        Yes, we are all the same person. Obviously.

        Why on earth would you even dredge my name up? I barely even post on CB anymore. Nice of you to think of me though.

        I think the more pertinent question is why you feel the need to post 30 times on one thread? I will never understand why you waste so much energy and mental power on Leann Rimes, of all things.

  34. Nic says:

    I wish more parents admitted that their kids can be jerks. She sounds like she loves both her kids for who they are. I didn’t see anything nasty in what she said. Grown-ups don’t have to sit in the time out chair for potty mouths.

  35. hmmm says:

    How is calling little kids foul names an okay thing? Those foul names are drenched in negativity. What is wrong with people? You think it has no effect? What has happened to human decency?

    • claire says:

      I’m not freaking out over this. I’m definitely the odd person out, wondering why everyone is upset about it and blowing it out of proportion. It’s like no one cares about the context, the actual tone, what was actually said, how she seemed to be amusing over the differences in personality. I’m cracking up that people listen to it and actually think she is yelling “little f*ck*er” at him. That people are talking that literal is hilarious. I also don’t get why she is being raged over but no one cares when other celebrities do it. Feels like the typical witch hunt to me. Guess I’m bad person. *shrug*

      • Jenny12 says:

        Claire, you aren’t a bad person. I like Brandi for the most part, but I don’t always agree with her decisions. When she talks about what’s going on in her romantic life, it makes me CRINGE. Some of those outfits? Double cringe. But in this case, I say- as an educator and parent- that this isn’t abuse. Abuse engages the other person. This is like how she talks to friends, but in her case, it’s on a podcast. She really isn’t thinking about her public perception, but that is what makes her herself. She isn’t a comedian or actress and has no training in timing, etc, so what she says doesn’t always come off as she intends. We joke about our littlest, calling her Satan’s Homegirl and Parker Posey (like in the Party Girl film). She has a wiseass personality and it can make you roll your eyes. Brandi isn’t abusing her kids, but she should think about public perception, because that’s how she gets paid.

      • claire says:

        @Jenny12: I don’t like some of the things she does either. I think part of it is because she’s a newer celebrity, a reality star and not a celebrity that’s been training for the spotlight. On top of that, I think some people just have a better knack for putting on airs publicity-wise. She’s just herself. She just reminds me of a normal person. But normal people don’t stand up to the type of scrutiny that we put celebs under. At this point I’m not sure if she just doesn’t care to craft her public persona to be more PC or if she isn’t smart enough. I’m really up in the air on that. But regardless of any on that, this entire thing over the podcast is blown out of proportion. A lot of people’s reactions don’t seem to be based in reality. It kinda seems more like they get off on raging on things and negative assumptions and predictions.

      • Jenny12 says:

        Yeah, the entire thing gets exhausting. Brandi would get more sympathy and understanding if she crafted herself a different way- more Denise Richards- because she genuinely puts up with a lot of crazy and a woman whose obsession with taking over her life is terrifying and that same nutter has access to her kids. But people look to jump on her and she shouldn’t give them ammunition. That said, I know people relate to her because you know you’d be crazy with Leann in your kids’ lives and how people love to judge you on your parenting and personal life. I couldn’t deal with it. I’m amazed no one has said a word about Leann and Eddie having the kids out on a boat without life jackets. I’m amazed that Leann’s fans snarled at Brandi over posting the kids’ pictures and quote endangering them end quote but Leann hasn’t stopped doing so and posts shots of them in life threatening situations. But I also don’t agree with posting shots of Mason in the hospital. Truly, all this would grind to a halt if people stopped commenting on the 3 of them. But it’s fun to feel superior, I guess.

  36. don't kill me i'm french says:

    The alcoholic mother of the year!

  37. shelley says:

    Ugh, I loathe this woman.

  38. bettyrose says:

    Sounds to me like Jake knows he can play his parents against each other and doesn’t need to follow anyone’s rules. I suspect as he enters puberty and becomes very attractive to girls he’ll also know how to play the field and string several along at once. But will he skip college and marry a sugar mama?

  39. Em says:

    My Dad’s favorite nickname for my growing up was “Bony Bitch”, and depending on my sarcasm or remark he’d use a lot more colorful words that I use today. C**t, tw*t, the list goes on. Those nicknames/slurs didn’t bother me, it’s where the “family joke” of making fun of my height or my voice got to me. Those are things I couldn’t control, and yet mocked because of it. Brandi’s kids are old enough to know when they’re being sh*theads, and if they’re gonna grow up with any kind of awareness they should be called out on it. Look what happened to Eddie, really now. Does Brandi maybe go overboard? Oh hell yeah. In this instance? In my honest opinion, not so much.

  40. Christin says:

    Words can be very hurtful to kids. I have heard elderly men talk about things parents or others said to them decades ago, and it is sad to see how it pains them. It’s hard to just dismiss her terrible wording choices. Yet I imagine this type of colorful language is something they are used to hearing (I suspect their father doesn’t speak like Ward Cleaver, either).

    She should know that a ‘source’ is likely constantly looking for any tidbit to inflate into a story. Few people will actually listen to the podcast and get any context. She ought to realize this by now and speak as if anything she says will end up as a headline. IMO, her best strategy is to play it very safe the next month or so. Otherwise, she’s feeding the new reality show publicity machine.

    Her tweets, outfits (like the butt cheek shorts she was photographed wearing after picking up sandwiches), etc., are going to be highly scrutinized.

  41. why? says:

    I thought someone said that Leann’s reality show itself, wasn’t getting any reviews.

    LeAnn Rimes, Eddie Cibrian: New Reality Show Brings More Trash to TV
    June 23, 2014

    LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian will soon have their own reality TV show, and just from viewing the first trailer released it’s abundantly clear that all they’re providing viewers with is more trash. In the trailer they’re already bashing Cibrian’s ex-wife Brandi Glanville and admitting that when they fell in love they were both married to other people. This will definitely be a show rooted in strong morals–something they should be proud one day for their children to see.

  42. JessSaysNo says:

    I know its now “funny” to call your kids “little assholes” or whatever. I don’t really like it though, and I wouldnt call my kid an “asshole.” I call people “assholes” when I really do not like them, if they are someone I want to GTF away from immediately. If I told my husband our daughter was being “an asshole” he would side-eye the shit out of me. And I would do the same.. It’s rude.

  43. Ginger says:

    My son is a total sensitive sweetheart but he’s 12. I’ve yet to go through the teen phase. I reserve the right to call him out in future if he disrespects me but I can’t see myself using hateful terms.

  44. why? says:

    Don’t you love how Leann’s fans start name calling when they can’t come up with anything to defend Leann’s actions or to dispute the evidence? It’s always the same 2 people with the name calling.

  45. Sasha says:

    Eh, don’t see the big deal. People parent in different ways and to be honest, I find it a refreshing change from the ‘my children are my eternal light and reason for being, everything they do is beautiful’ schtick that all the other celebrity mothers do. I’m sure she loves both her sons equally but if one is a terror and the other is well behaved, what’s wrong with her talking about it and laughing about it? Urgh. People are so uptight.

  46. irishserra says:

    I can definitely understand feeling that way at times about your children, but just from the standpoint of respect and setting a good example, it’s not decent or smart to publicly speak about them in such a manner. What will be Brandi’s reaction when her kids call her out for being a classless idiot who publicizes her sexual exploits for all to see? Will she become upset and demand that they respect her because she’s their mother? Respect is not automatically owed; it’s earned, even by one’s own parents. And that’s done by example.

    I’m sure she loves her children, but this public criticism is bad form.

    • Francis says:

      Sorry, but I don’t understand ever verbally abusing a child.
      She’s awful. Poor boy, hope he gets self esteem somewhere, because it’s certainly not coming from Mummie-Dearest!

      • Jenny12 says:

        Verbal abuse means saying it to the person. People- Fey, Brandi, LouisCK, etc- who joke around in their shows or in adult situations are not abusing their kids. They’re using them as material. Not getting into the right and wrong back and forth, but saying it’s verbal abuse is incorrect.

  47. Longhorn says:

    I just don’t understand how a parent can feel okay to call their child an a**hole or a F**ker even if their kids were acting like jerks.

  48. Jamie says:

    No excuse for her comments or behavior. It’s highly disturbing to me that any mother is actually defending her.

  49. TheTruthHurts says:

    “Well, I lied!”
    We all know who Jake learned that from. His father.

  50. why? says:

    Leann’s fans, the same ones that were tweeting to Andy to fire Brandi, are begging Andy Cohen to have Leann and Eddie on WWHL. That could also be another reason why Leann went to Radaronline with the negative story about Brandi. Leann really does want to be on Bravo.

  51. Izzy says:

    Maybe they always use that line because you never make sense.

    • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

      @Why, how is the view from that padded cell you live in? and who are these “people” of which you speak? Your friend google alert, because I can’t imagine any real person associating with you.

      Any who, I never claimed I was better than everyone here. I just have real life commitments (like the majority of posters here), that don’t involve obsessing over z listers like Brandi. I will, however, admit that stiring your crazy pot is a fun distraction from those real life responsibilities! Cheers!

      • why? says:

        Says the person who is still posting after claiming that she has real commitments!

        Why are the Leann fans, (MDID, Original Tiffany, Orignal Kitten, Izzy, and AAA, allowed to say and do whatever they want, but anyone who responses to their constant attacks is moderated? It’s always these 5 people. They use different names and when people confront them about it, everything is done to protect them.

        This site had an increase in Brandi haters by 60%, than usual. Why can’t we ask where did all the Brandi haters come from, MDID and Original Tiffany are allowed to attack other posters? No bothers to moderate MDID and Original Tiffany when they are attacking others or using other people’s names.

      • The Original Tiffany says:

        That is because I have never used some else’s name. I rarely post and when I do I never attack other posters.
        I’m modded all the time, just like everyone else on here. You constantly post the strangest drivel about people you think are Leann fans, you think everyone is in on some grand plot.

        The reality is that I have always been a good poster on CB for well over 6 years. I’m living out of country and prepping to move across the country. I rarely have time for gossip, let alone LR. She isn’t very interesting, you should find a new obsession.

      • why? says:

        Yet you are still here posting. You do attack posters. Anytime anyone says something about Leann you don’t like your response is either to call someone a name or tell that person that you are so much better than they are because you have real life commitments.

      • The Original Tiffany says:

        Ummmmm, no. I do not like LR. She is a messy nightmare of a celeb. I just happen to think BG is too. They, for me, live in the Linsday Lohan Celebrisphere.

        Let me be straight, I have a busy life. Once in a while I comment here and I NEVER post 35 comments accusing the rest of the commenters of being the same person. Ifeel like if your are crazy enough to suppose all kinds of false things about the commenters, then your LR/BG rants are full of the same BS.

        Also, have a great day. It is gorgeous here in Vancouver, so I am going to appreciate the day rather than be dreaming up z lister machinations.

    • why? says:

      You Leann fans always stick to the script. Leann fans use that line because they are using different names. Not to long ago one you got into it with someone from Perez Hilton and was using that person’s name to make posts here.

  52. Mindy says:

    No wonder the kids like being with Eddie and LeAnn better. Thank goodness that at least they can be with Eddie and LeAnn some – I can’t imagine what it must be like to live with Brandi. No wonder Eddie left her.

  53. Francis says:

    I haven’t like her since day one of her appearance on BHHousewives. She seemed like a disturbed, troublemaker and problem stirrer. No wonder Eddie went looking elsewhere.
    Brandi is disgusting and disrespectful, she should not treat a child like this, it’s emotional abuse. IMO
    End of…

    • Jenny12 says:

      You have the right to feel any way you like about Brandi, but I hate the comment about no wonder poor Eddie went elsewhere. He was married and didn’t respect his vows on a regular basis. What about Dean? What made Leann go elsewhere? You choose to cheat. Dean has lived a quiet life and rarely mentions Leann. What did he do to “deserve” being cheated on, since Brandi seemed to “deserve” it based on your comments? Eddie is not a victim. I won’t even point out he was papped photographing Leann and their friend Liz making out and stripping off with all the kids inside while they did so. Cheating on your vows is not something that should be excused. He wasn’t looking for a divorce, just lots of extramarital sex. He is NOT a victim.

  54. why? says:


    Hart, Fey, and Louis CK said the same thing and they did publicly. Why the double standard? Leann wants to be papped in Hawaii with Brandi’s kids and use them to promote her reality show.

  55. why? says:

    Did you hear that? Leann is on the beach with Eddie, Jake, and Mason and just in case the paparazzi didn’t hear it the first time that she tweeted it, Leann tweeted again. The Radaronline article came from Leann. She is using Brandi, Jake, and Mason to promote her show. Leann must not have any real life commitments because she has been tweeting all day. She had to tweet all day, how would anyone know that she is a “better” mother and wife than Brandi? Beach and airport photos are coming up. Does Vh1 need to air Leann’s show since she spends so much time setting up staged photo-ops?

  56. why? says:


    Yet you clearly stated that you are against people calling their kids names. When presented with evidence of Tina Fey, Kevin Hart, and Louis CK saying the same thing about their kids that Brandi said, you first said that they could get away with it because they didn’t say it on a podcast. When then it’s pointed out that all 3 said it publicly, your new excuse is that the article isn’t about them. Why the double standard? Leann Rimes is trying to be papped in Hawaii with Brandi’s kids.

  57. Izzy says:

    Really, you’re the one doing the attacking with your wild accusations of multiple identity postings, etc. You attack anyone who doesn’t ship Saint Brandi the way you do.

    Of course OTiff is still posting here. Why shouldn’t she? It’s not her fault you won’t seek the mental help you need.