Regarding whether or not the former pro soccer player actually wrote the controversial tweet, Sara Al Madani said she recruited a “tech team” to determine its authenticity, and the results apparently turned out to be in Sergio’s favor. “They investigated everything,” Sara explained, “and it wasn’t attached to his Instagram. Somebody used his Twitter to promote an R&B nightclub because he was famous back then. He said someone else wrote it to promote it.”
Brooks admitted to being “indifferent” on the matter, not revealing whether or not she believed the tech investigation’s findings. Stanbury also didn’t elaborate, but she did acknowledge that Sergio, unlike her, is new to the world of reality TV. And before filming on RHODubai even began, she said she told him, “Before you start something like this—he’s never been on TV like this or in the public eye like that—just check everything.”
“And obviously he hadn’t gone that far back,” she continued, “but he apologized to whoever he thought he should. Sergio is the least racist person.”
The Real Housewives of Dubai airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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