Entertainment TV Sonja Morgan Slams 'Psycho' Ramona Singer for Rearing Her 'Ugly Monster Head' Morgan confides in Dorinda Medley on this week's Real Housewives of New York City By Aurelie Corinthios Published on May 25, 2016 12:30 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Heidi Gutman/NBC It’s no secret that Sonja Morgan and Ramona Singer have had their fair share of ups and downs – and this week’s Real Housewives of New York City is definitely a down. In a sneak peek at Wednesday’s episode, Morgan sits down with costar Dorinda Medley to vent about Singer after last week’s spectacular blowout – only, she doesn’t exactly get the sympathetic reaction she was expecting. “I asked you to meet with me about a week because I wanted to talk about Ramona totally separately because she’s been really – she’s always hot and cold and she likes the drama,” says Morgan, 52. “Well, you two are going through something,” Medley acknowledges in the clip, which was first released by E! “No, she’s like psycho now,” Morgan says. “She goes hot and cold. One minute she’s all lovey-dovey with me and saying how much she loves me, the next minute she goes: ‘I’m worried about you, people don’t want to invite you anymore because you’re embarrassing.’ ” “I didn’t say anything to her, but you know for 30 years how I have to hear how she’s embarrassing,” Morgan continues. “I would never hurt her feelings and say that, but now she’s saying it to me?!” Morgan goes on to explain that when she’s with Singer one-on-one, it’s fine, but when they’re with other girls is “when she acts strange – like, really strange.” “Ramona definitely has influence on the other the women and when she rears that ugly monster head she says things about me that aren’t exactly true,” Morgan explains to the camera. “So it can test our friendship.” RELATED VIDEO: RHONY‘s Ramona Singer – ‘What I Regret Is Hurting Dorinda’ At this point, Medley decides to delicately step in and spin the conversation toward the unpleasant task of disinviting Morgan from the weekend getaway she’s hosting. “I actually need to talk to you about something, and I need you to understand that it’s not a drinking [thing] – I will not do those conversations with you because I think all of us are adults, we take care of ourselves,” Medley says. “We all have our own problems, so I don’t need to lecture you and you don’t need to lecture me or John … but you know, I was going to do this whole three-day thing in the Berkshires, and I’m not doing it now.” When Morgan tries to ask why, Medley quickly interrupts: “You need to let me finish so you understand as a whole.” “I feel like right now you’re in sort of a vulnerable position and these girls sort of sometimes gang up [on you],” Medley says, before biting the bullet. “I don’t think right now it’s healthy for you to be in a room with all these girls,” she says. “So basically what I’m going to do is I’m going to have the girls come up and I’m going to do a dinner with them, and then they’re going to leave the next morning.” As Morgan nods quietly, Medley continues: “I would love to do a one-on-one with you up there, and spend quality time together without a lot of background noise.” While she agrees in person, Morgan isn’t quite so unruffled during her on-camera interview later. “I’m blown away,” she says. “Wasn’t Ramona the one acting badly at your party, being thrown out? Why is she invited?” “And besides, the girls love me at parties, I’m the one making out with everyone,” she adds. “Why are you worried about me?” Well, can’t argue with that one. The Real Housewives of New York City airs Wednesdays (9 p.m. ET) on Bravo.