‘RHONY’: Ramona Singer’s Friend Ron Seems Creepy And Desperate

The Real Housewives of New York City

Fans of The Real Housewives of New York City think Ramona Singer’s friend, Ron, and his dating history with the housewives make him seem creepy.

Ron’s dating history with The Real Housewives of New York City portrays him as a desperate man, but it is hardly surprising as fans aren’t strangers to the women sharing the same taste in men. Although last night’s finale started off slow, it ended with a bang courtesy of Dorinda Medley’s drunken flare-up about Tinsley Mortimer failing to comply with her contract, and nearly ruining the show.

Aside from that, fans got a sneak peek at Luann de Lesseps’ new song entitled, “Viva La Diva.” But the moment that seemed to grab everyone’s attention was Ramona Singer’s friend Ron trying to hit on all the women he wanted to be a relationship with. Ignoring the term of an invite, Ramona invited a straight man to an LGBTQ event, leaving Sonja embarrassed that her friend didn’t pay heed to the rules.

As if that weren’t enough, Ron had admittedly made out with every single housewife at the party except Leah McSweeney. Given that they run in a small circle, the women have dated and slept with the same men.

Ron took it to the next level of creepy when he told Sonja that he had already met her before when she ran over to greet her friend. He went on to tell her that their last meeting was six years ago when they made out at Beautique.

While the women were fighting over him, Ron moved onto Leah who immediately creeped out. He tried telling the Married to the Mob owner that she needed a friend with benefits. Fans were understandably skeeved out as Ron looked old enough to be her father and Leah was uncomfortable as he brought up the idea of casual sex.

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