The reality TV star has only one thing to say to her weight critics: "It would be bad if I were overweight and had a brand called Skinnygirl."
Despite being targeted by critics over her weight, it isn't surprising that Bethenny Frankel doesn't really care what people have to say about her thin frame, even if she can squeeze into her 4-year-old daughter's clothes.
Frankel recently blasted critics who target her thin frame
While appearing on The Meredith Vieira Show on Tuesday (Jan 13th), the 'Real Housewives of New York' star decided to speak out against the negative comments against her body in a rather humorous way.
"Yes, 'I need to eat a burger,'" Frankel said of people's remarks about her weight. "I was sick over the holidays. I don't know. Do I look bad? Do I look like I need to eat a burger?"
The Skinnygirl founder, a cocktail company created in April 2011, went on to blast anyone who has an unnecessary opinion about her tiny frame.
"I feel like, who cares, they are always going to say something," she ranted. "I do have a brand called Skinnygirl, so I am going to get beaten up for it. It would be bad if I were overweight and had a brand called Skinnygirl, could you imagine?"
Frankel also discussed her return to RHONY for its seventh season, which reminded Vieira to call her out for lying. "I just want to set this up properly," Vieira said. "Last October, I welcomed you into my home because I love you. Very nicely, I asked if you would be returning to The Real Housewives of New York."
"Listen, bitch," Frankel jokingly responded. "Did I say I have no deal to go back on Bravo, did I say that? I was not lying. No, this is the truth. I had no deal to go back on Bravo and you know, Meredith Vieira, with your own talk show, that if you don't have a deal and it's not signed, the deal can fall through at anytime."