June 18, 2021 | 5:01pm
Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi took her internet feud with Kelly Dodd to new heights on Friday, accusing the ex-“RHOC” of racism.
Gharachedaghi, 39, called Dodd, 45, a “racist” for mispronouncing her name during one of their many squabbles on social media this week.
“I don’t know who this ghoul girl is, goulash, or whatever her name is,” Dodd said in a now-deleted Instagram video on Thursday. “I don’t know her!”
Gharachedaghi — who was “born almost practically deaf” and wears a hearing aid — reposted the video and asked Dodd, “Did you just disrespect MY CULTURE by purposely saying my name like that? I would’ve thought getting fired for being a racist would’ve been a big enough lesson but I forgot we’re talking about a privileged person that doesn’t need to change their ways.”
The “Shahs” star then doubled down on her initial claim that Dodd is a “bully.”
“I am so glad for your departure because when Bravo decided to create the first ever show about Middle Easterns on an American network called Shahs of Sunset, and the many other shows about different cultures, they also said f–k you to racism and the people whose souls are tainted, so good riddance,” Gharachedaghi added. “And finally, why did you post and delete this video, Ms. Dodd? Did you realize your racist side came out so naturally and that it needed to be deleted?”
In response to her latest race-driven controversy, Dodd told TooFab, “This narcissist started this fight by attacking me and I still don’t know who she is. I’m mostly Mexican and nearly 30% Native American. I’m not a racist and the privileges I have are the ones I’ve earned.”
The ex-“Housewife” then shared she took the video down from her Instagram because she’s “sick of talking about this person and won’t anymore,” before threatening, “Come after me some more and I’ll sue you.”
When reached by Page Six, Dodd added, “Nice of her to confirm she’s both deaf AND dumb.”
The beef between the Bravolebrities began on Wednesday when Gharachedaghi fired shots at Dodd following her “RHOC” exit, writing that she was “soooo glad” about the news. Dodd sniffed in response, “I don’t know that woman. I don’t watch that show.”
Dodd has been accused of racist behavior before.
The reality star — who is of Mexican descent — told a fan online at the time, “I’ve experienced racism personally .. I’m a woman of color and love everyone!”
In October 2020, Dodd was also criticized for wearing a “Drunk Wives Matter” hat during her bridal shower, which appeared to mock the Black Lives Matter movement.
The former “RHOC” star apologized, “It was not intended to offend or make any kind of statement. Of course I support black lives and racial equality!