“It’s just the sloppiness of it being said in front of people I don’t even know,” the 'Real Housewives of Miami' star said
The Real Housewives of Miami star — who first shared her breast cancer diagnosis in May — spoke to PageSix about being upset that Larsa Pippen told people about her health battle without her permission.
“It’s just the sloppiness of it being said in front of people I don’t even know,” the 45-year-old told the outlet.
“Two of her best friends, they’re not my best friends,” she explained, noting that Pippen, 49, shared her diagnosis with two women while prepping for a party. “And to say my personal health news? You’ve got people bartending, waiters [around].”
Abraira then criticized Pippen’s “nonchalant” attitude when discussing the sensitive matter considering she had asked her not to. “It’s actually disturbing,” the event designer said.
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"I have two more radiation rounds," she explained. "So like getting into these rooms [at BravoCon], meeting the fans and them saying 'You are that hero' — or she-ro — it's incredible."
Recalling how she learned of the good news, Abraira said she was "living it up" in St. Barts one day and "sobbing" the next day after getting the life-changing call.
"That's what life is. It's ups and downs," she acknowledged. "You never know when you're gonna go down and you never know when you're gonna go up. And today is my up day. My up life is now, back to normal-ish. And I wanna keep it that way."
Through it all, the Bravo star has credited her husband Russell Abraira's continued care and support for making her cancer journey easier.
"I just don't even know how he did it because no one saw it coming and here comes cancer knocking at your door, and you don't know if you're going to make it," she said. "He's the best caretaker that I could have asked for. And not only that, but he's also very good-looking."
She added, "He was a good nurse. But, you know, it really shows how nothing matters in life except for family and love and support and your health."
Abraira first shared her diagnosis in a statement on Instagram in May, saying she learned of the news in March and was due to undergo surgery and treatment.
"I was in St. Barts having the time of my life when my doctor called me with results following a regular mammogram checkup. I have breast cancer," her post began.
"It took me a while to process it all and this is why I took a break from social media last month as many noticed. Many of you reached out to check on me and I am thankful for your caring gestures."
Abraira also urged her followers to go for health checks.
"This process is definitely intense and what I ask of you is empowerment not pity," she said at the time. "I am lucky that this breast cancer was discovered at an early stage - it is still scary of course, but I have love and support from those around me and that alone is the fuel that I need."
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