Sonja Morgan Kicked Out Of Gay Bar After Fight With Piano Player
This is the best story I've ever seen.
Over the weekend, Sonja Morgan was noticeably absent from BravoCon after she previously booked a retreat in Florida she couldn't get out of, however, she still managed to make headlines about her behavior in a Philadelphia gay bar from the week before.
Let me just say, it would be an honor to see Lady Morgan being drunkenly thrown out of anywhere, especially a gay bar - on a weekday.
Let me set the scene. According to Page Six, which is the only outlet I trust when it comes to the comings and goings of The Real Housewives of New York City, Sonja was exploring Philadelphia’s "Gayborhood" and stopped by one of their local gay bars, however, she was thrown out of there after singing "Hello, Dolly!"
You literally can't make this shit up.
Apparently, the reality star was singing with her friends around the piano when the piano player kicked her out of the bar because she touched the microphone. Wow, this wasn't a night club, it was a little gay piano bar that Sonja managed to get her ass kicked out of. Let that sink in for a minute.
Following her being kicked out of the bar, Sonja was apparently "crying and moaning" saying "they shit on me," however, after a while her crew moved on. Of course, Sonja and her sexy J gave the outlet a comment and she sounded off on the entire ordeal saying:
“I was with friends who were singing at the piano, like we do at the Townhouse, and the piano player said, ‘Remove her!’ I don’t know what the etiquette is, but I noticed [the previous singer] just sang into it [the microphone] with no hands. I took [the microphone] off the stand to do ‘Hello, Dolly!’ and we had a crowd gathering and excited.”
Oh, what I would give to see Sonja's drunken rendition of "Hello, Dolly!" in a random, small Philadelphia gay bar. That's what dreams are made of. The best part of all - she couldn't even remember the name of the bar. A true icon.
This news comes days after Ramona Singer spoke to Us Weekly saying Sonja is struggling right now, however, all the ladies on the cast are there to support her. She explained:
“We’re doing well, Sonja is in a little bit of a difficult place. She has a lot of things that she’s overwhelmed with and she’s struggling a little bit. And we’re all there to support her. And I love Sonja, she has a heart of gold. She has a laugh that’s infectious. She’s very special to me.”
It's not clear what she's struggling with, but I can already see this gay bar story being splashed across the screen next season to support another "Sonja's an alcoholic" narrative. Just you wait.
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