RHOC’s Kelly Dodd says ‘she knows she’s the s**t’ despite trolls’ ‘hate’ after backlash over coronavirus comments – The Sun

REAL Housewives of Orange County's Kelly Dodd says ‘she knows she's the s**t’ despite trolls’ ‘hate.

This follows backlash she received over some controversial coronavirus comments.

Kelly posted a meme of Jason Bateman saying: "You know you're the s**t when people who don't even know you, hate you."

She captioned the post writing: "Pretty much!"

The Bravolebrity recently got slammed for suggesting the coronavirus was "God's way of thinning the herd!!"

The 44-year-old went on: "Do you know how many people died from the h1n1 the swine flu or SARS??

"It's 25 per cent get your facts straight you are only hearing numbers not the reality!! It's God's way of thinning the herd!!

"If you are vulnerable or compromised stay inside if you don't protect others by wearings masks and gloves keep your distance and don't go out if you are ill!! It's common sense."

Kelly's remarks follow fans criticizing her for flying to visit her fiancé Rick Leventhal amid the global health crisis.

She responded: "If it's dangerous why are the airlines still flying? You think I want to fly? I had to get back, how is that elitist? People are so judgmental it's sick!”

The bravolebrity- who has been tested twice for coronavirus – also claimed she'd survive the virus if she got it.

The bride-to-be has been with fiancé Rick Leventhal, who is a correspondent for FOX News, in New York.

The two are planning to marry this October.

They've been at Rick's house in the Hamptons, where they met last summer, amid the coronavirus breakout.

But fans accused Kelly of being reckless and irresponsible leaving her daughter home and traveling during the international health crisis.

One wrote: "Get home ASAP…family first. Stay healthy and safe and safe travels home!"

Another commented: "Yes being across the country from my child during a pandemic is exactly what I would want to do."

Others said: "Yay. Head to NYC spread a little covid why don't you, brains right there…ffs."

Kelly did eventually apologize on Instagram for her controversial comments saying: “When I wrote that it was God's way of thinning the herd, that's not what I meant. What I meant was, do these pandemics happen because it's God way?

"I'm not God. I'm not insensitive. I feel bad for all of the families that have lost loved ones. I do think we should all stay home and protect everybody.

“That's not what I meant, and I want to apologize to anyone who got offended. Okay? I’m sorry.”

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