Lisa Vanderpump Defends Andy Cohen After He's Attacked for Skipping Her Restaurant Event
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A fan blasts Andy by calling him biased and 'disgusting' for not attending the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star's event for the opening of her new restaurant in Las Vegas.

AceShowbiz - Andy Cohen recently had fallen victim to an internet troll who attacked him for allegedly being biased with "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast members. A Twitter user wondered whether the "RHOBH" host and Bravo executive was taking a side as he was nowhere to be seen at Lisa Vanderpump's event for the opening of her new restaurant at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Saturday, March 30.

"Shame on you @Andy. Your bias is showing big time," the commenter tweeted in a now-deleted post. "Why didn't we hear or see you at @LisaVanderpump extravagant Caesar's Palace restaurant opening. She deserves to be respected especially from you. Disgusting!"

Not having any of it, the dad of one clapped back, "because I have a two-month old son and was already away shooting the Vanderpump reunion." He went on adding, "is that disgusting too?"

Andy's reply apparently was not satisfying enough as the account wrote back, "No, however this is a once in a lifetime event that was over the top. I’m sure you could afford to take Nanny’s along to assist. It also hasn't been shown that you have given @LisaVanderpump any congrats. So thanks for the response but it takes minutes to shout out."

Her tweet angered many others, prompting the user to put out an apology. Lisa herself then joined in as she jumped to Andy's defense, writing, "I speak with Andy often,we spent the day together on Fri pump rules reunion,I would run back to my baby too.All good." The fan responded, "I put out an apology, I learned a very valuable lesson to think before I tweet. I just adore you and felt you deserved better. Again I am sorry, the last think I wanted was to insight hate or anger."

The "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" host welcomed his son, Benjamin, via surrogate on February 4. "He is named after my grandfather Ben Allen. I'm in love. And speechless. And eternally grateful to an incredible surrogate. And I'm a dad. Wow," the TV producer said at the time.

Just recently, Andy shared a picture of baby Ben donning a white onesie that had sparkling crown detailings. "Ben is ready for the #RHOA finale in his King-wear, gift from @porsha4real! What a trip! #KingBen," he captioned the snap, explaining that the cute onesie was a gift from new mom and "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Porsha Williams.

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