As viewers have seen on the Real Housewives of New York and other Bravo-lebrities have exclusively reported to us (read that here), Ramona Singer can be a bit of a diva. That recently got in the way of a business venture that she was just starting.
Ramona Singer Hair Extension Business Attitude Problems
Singer was working with Victoria Flores of the Lux Beauty Club to launch hair extensions using human hair. Apparently, getting the product into stores was promised to be a storyline on the show, but it has yet to materialize this season.
Now Flores has written a scathing email, which Page Sixshared, where she expresses she wants off the Ramona-coaster. She wrote that “any agreement we had, written or verbal, is null and void.”
Flores shifted focus to Singer’s attitude at appearances and behind the scenes. She wrote, “We were incredibly disappointed with your attitude at Harmons and our [return on investment] on you has been less than overwhelming…I can’t build a business with someone that fights me on everything I need them to do, and I want to partner with people that care about my business and are not motivated by blinding greed. This isn’t working out for me anymore.”
She continued, “You have been nothing but disrespectful . . . We would have never agreed to bring you on as a Brand Ambassador if we had been [a bigger company] . . . I would have given [a household name like] Rita Ora a part of my company, NOT Ramona Singer.”
Singer has a different side of the story, though, as she responded to Page Six saying “I can’t be fired as I have a signed contract that last [sic] 2 years . . . With no termination Clause…They are severely undercapitalized and can not afford to pay what is owed to me. I have fullfilled [sic] all my contractual Obligations.”
Tell us, do you think this business could have been profitable for Singer? Would you have bought these hair extensions? Do you believe that Ramona really was that difficult to work with? Let us know in the comments below and on social media!