Gizelle Bryant stops by The Breakfast Club and spills all sorts of Potomac tea

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Enjoy the best quotes from Gizelle Bryant’s lengthy and delightfully detailed radio interview. Just don’t call her shady.

Gizelle Bryant, sometime pot-stirrer and relationship truth-teller of Real Housewives of Potomac, stopped by The Breakfast Club on Memorial Day. On the radio show, she tackled a number of topics, including but not limited to her ex’s infidelity, whether Jamal is “Mr. Chocolate” on RHOA and whether she’s a good friend.

The interview is enjoyable — if long, it clocks in at over 26 minutes — especially because the male co-hosts of the radio show (Charlamagne tha God and DJ Envy) know very little about the drama and shenanigans they’re discussing. As their fellow host Angela Yee put it, “they guys know nothing.” Check it out for yourself below.

Here are the best lines.

On whether the Real Housewives of Potomac are “the brokest”:

“We do represent who we are. I would never put our financial bank accounts against Beverly Hills or those New York girls, but I think we hold our own.”

On Monique’s arrival: 

“She came in the midst of ongoing drama. So it just wasn’t a good time for me to meet someone new. I needed to work out stuff with Charrisse, I needed to calm Ashley down — cause she likes to talk.”

On deciding to leave Jamal: 

“At the time, I had two 1-year-olds and a 2-year-old. Three girls. They’re beautiful. And I said, ‘I’m not doing this. I’m not gonna be disrespected. So yes, I packed up and left.

“Well, I felt like it was a lifestyle, as opposed to you made a mistake one night. So I just didn’t want to sign up for that.”

On whether Jamal is Phaedra Parks’ “Mr. Chocolate”:

“That is the word on the street. But I’ll say this: He has categorically denied that he is Mr. Chocolate…He said that the only TV personality that he’s ever been in a relationship with he was married to.”

On her “hot juicy faith-based book”:

“It’s all of the tea I have to spill about the faith-based world…It’s going to make you drop your bible.”

On whether the show’s nastiness is accurate:

“I feel like they’ve portrayed me pretty much on point. Good, bad or indifferent. Does it happen? I can’t speak on that.”

On how many houses she’s been kicked out of:

“Two. Kind of one and a half.”

On Kevin: 

“He’s still in my life.”

On Robyn’s situation:

“Robyn’s relationship is unique because I don’t know a woman that has divorced a man and she still lives with him and they still sleep in the same bed. I don’t know that story. Obviously there’s something there, obviously there’s love there. I feel like they’re soulmates, but should they be together today? Probably not.”

On whether Charrisse and Eddie’s mutual cheating is “verified information”:

“She told me that, out of her mouth, in her basement, yes.”

On Katie “quitting” the show:

“She didn’t quit the show. Yeah, she quit…slash got fired.”

There are even more wild quotes in the interview for your listening and gossiping pleasure. If we’ve learned anything, it’s that more Real Housewives need to swing by The Breakfast Club.