Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better

I almost named this blind, “I’m Rich, Bitch” but then you would all think I was talking about Nene who has her own issues.

It is not.

You know what I would do if I was about to declare bankruptcy?

I’d take a long fabulous vacation.

I’d take multiple fabulous vacations.

I’d order the finest champagnes. I eat lobster on my credit cards until they got shut off.

And then I would return to my paid for in cash primary residence and squat.

Or maybe I would just move to Uruguay.

That’s just me.

Word is the bad edit is because of the financial situation.


Sonja Morgan

Real Housewives of New York City

Sonja Morgan Shows Off Her Scorching Body in a Teeny Bikini

No wonder The Real Housewives of New York City cast member is feeling “HAPPY.”

Sonja Morgan is currently traveling the world: first, Dubai, and now Bali, with a stop at the island’s Alila Seminyak Beach Resort on the southwest coast. The Real Housewives of New York City beauty is breaking out her swimsuit for this leg of her journey — of course, Sonja’s vacations always feature bikinis.

Sonja showed off her beach body on Instagram Stories with a series of photos so her followers could live vicariously through her trip to tropical paradise. She wore a white floral bikini and tagged the brand Helen Jon — it kind of looks like this halter top and hipster set, in case you want to copy Sonja’s Bali style. – Source

(2017) Real Housewives of New York Star Sonja Morgan’s Bankruptcy Nightmare Over, $9 Million Later: ”It Feels Great”

Sonja Morgan’s legal woes have finally come to an end.

After nearly five years of dealing with her bankruptcy case, E! News confirms that the Real Housewives of New York star’s nightmare has come to a close.

“Its over now. Its come to an end. The $9 million-plus is all there. It was $7 million judgment but with the administration fees, it was about another $2 million,” Morgan tells us, and adds that she’s “out of Chapter 11” (This chapter of the Bankruptcy Code usually proposes a plan of reorganization to keep its business alive and pay creditors over time).

“It feels great. I did a great job. I paid what I had to pay and it wasn’t easy, but at the same time it was an experience,” Sonja continues. “It’s nice to be free of everyone looking at my money. I finally have my financial privacy.” – Source

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