Andy Cohen has criticised the cast of The Real Housewives
franchise for using the term "my gays".
The openly gay host made the remarks during an episode of his chatshow Watch What Happens Live
last night (February 4), where he argued that some of the cast of Bravo's popular reality series need to stop using language that makes it sound like they "own" their gay friends.
After showing a mash-up of instances where certain members of the cast have said "my gays" to refer to their gay friends, Cohen took a moment to stop the show and address what was on his mind.
"They are not yours," said Cohen. "You do not own them. We are not cattle. We are not purses."
Watch the full clip below:
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