RHOC’s Heather Dubrow SLAMMED for ‘flaunting outrageous wealth’ as she boasts about building $15.5M mansi… – The US Sun
Heather Dubrow was SLAMMED by fans as she considered buying a $15.5M mansion in Mexico.
Fans ripped the RHOC star for ‘flaunting outrageous wealth’ on the show.
Heather Dubrow considered buying a lot and building a $15.5M mansion in Mexico on RHOCCredit: bravo
Fans slammed her for ‘flaunting her outrageous wealth’ while surveying the plot of landCredit: bravo
She Facetimed with her husband Dr. Terry and her architect Bing to go over the numbersCredit: bravo
Heather, 53, visited an empty lot on the sea in Cabo, Mexico on the latest episode of her Bravo spinoff – and casually considered her options.
“I want my man to love me and remind him why he loves me so much,” Heather said in confessional before FaceTiming her husband, Dr. Terry.
In her confessional, she added she was looking into building “a pool and a tennis court, throw in a champs [champagne] room” she explained as she held her breasts with each amenity mentioned.
“Let’s call the boss too bad I don’t have cleavage showing,” the reality star said as she stood on the ocean-facing lot with her architect, Bing.
“This is the sea of Cortez that’s the Pacific Ocean,” she told husband Dr. Terry over FaceTime. “It’s a little over an acre.”
“How much is it?” Dr. Terry asked. “It’s about $8M … for the land,” Heather responded.
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After doing some money math that was tossed on the screen, Heather surmized the build would cost $15.5M.
“Gonna need a bigger bra,” she joked, as Dr. Terry ribbed to architect Bing, “Can I borrow $15.5?”
Fans flooded Twitter to slam the star for so flippantly flaunting her wealth.
“$15.5 million to build a whole new house in Mexico??” one wrote.
“Any opportunity the Dubrows have to flex their wealth, they’ll do it,” wrote a second.
Others were angry Heather did not “appreciate the culture” by wanting a champagne room in Mexico.
“Oh no! Heather what we are NOT GOING TO DO IS COMPARE TEQUILA TO CHAMPAGNE”
They added: “Appreciate the culture & realize that tequila is to Mexico what champagne is to France or you stay out of MX!”
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