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9Brandi Glanville defends calling her son an asshole and a dick

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Can we all just open this piece by stating the obvious: Brandi Glanville is batshit crazy and probably is a questionable-quality mother to her two sons from her marriage to Eddie Cibrian, 11-year-old Mason and 7-year-old Jake (not that Eddie and LeAnn Rimes are any better). Most recent case in point? Referring to Jake as an “asshole” and a “dick” on her podcast, Brandi Glanville Unfiltered. Oops?

“My son’s name is Jake: He’s 7, he’s a complete a**hole, but we love him. Oh man, he’s a d*ck, seriously.”

Of course, Brandi isn’t one to examine the error of her ways – she’d rather just defend the bullshit that comes out of her mouth as totally rational. Like, say, remember when she “joked” that she wished she had been molested as a kid? Or when she made a racist remark to a black woman, which cost her a job? Like, OMG guys, just lighten up!



In a way, I get it – she’s got a case of the Kate Gosselins. Kids are bastards and utter pains in the ass 95% of the time. They’re loud, they’re dirty, they’re disgustingly unhygienic, they mouth off, they take all your money, etc. And I’m sure Brandi wouldn’t let anyone ELSE talk about her kids like that, so she’s kinda just telling the truth. But is the place to do that really on a public podcast? It just seems in such poor taste. But then, look who we’re talking about!

I dunno, guys, what do you think? Should everyone lighten up? Should she have made a “joke” like this?

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June 22, 2014 at 7:30 am by Jennifer
Filed Under: Brandi Glanville

9 Responses to “Brandi Glanville defends calling her son an asshole and a dick”

  1. DrMnemonicAZ says:

    Having kids gives you the right to call them whatever you want. I have three sons, and their mother and I call them all sorts of names, since they deserve it.

  2. L says:

    I have a son with autism that drives me battier than anything Ms Glanville could say about her son and I would NEVER do anything like this. It goes to show her lack of class–who would have thought there would be a day when Ms. Rimes would look like the better mother?

    • DrMnemonicAZ says:

      My youngest is an Aspie and autistic, and I have to scream and yell at him to get him to stop his behavior.

      • Jacqueline says:

        I really hope you’re joking about screaming at your autistic child to curb behavior. It must make it quite stressful for the both of you, I sincerely hope you can find another way. (Not trying to start a flame-war, and no shade, I’m sure you love your child with your whole heart!)

    • J says:

      There is a big difference between making negative remarks about a kid for having a disability like autism, and making negative remarks about a kid just having a normal kid personality. You’r comparing apples to oranges.

      7 year olds are assholes.

  3. Terri says:

    I have two toddlers. Little kids are assholes. Parents have the responsibility to teach them not be asshole adults.

    Lighten up!

  4. lori says:

    Whats the big deal I have 6 kids ages 11-27 I call them lil assholes idiots and every other name that suits whatever stupid thing they are doing at the time. They know I am joking with them and I am not offended when they call me out either, People that have a problem with it are the same morons who cry their child is being bullied. I have great kids who have always been able to talk to me about anything and know right from wrong, mabey more people should call out their kids for stupid stuff and not be afraid of what others think.

  5. Jacqueline says:

    I will say things, in private, to either my friends or my husband. If our son is being particularly difficult, I may remark to my husband about him being a little dick or something like “I can’t believe what a little shit he’s being!” None of us are as literally unfiltered as Brandi, but I would NEVER, EVER put my dear, sweet kid on BLAST in such a public forum. And I would absolutely never stand for anyone else saying such. He is only four, so I couldn’t even imagine actually calling him a name like that to his face. In the future? Probably; if I’m being really honest. My grandmother called me a “shit-ass” forever – but it was wrapped up in love! Lol

    Brandi Glanville: taking “classy” to uncharted depths

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