Billie Lee Calls Out 'Vanderpump Rules' for Lack of Minority Representation
How the Cast of 'Vanderpump Rules' Has Changed Since Season 1

"Not one person of color, not one person of LGBTQ," the SUR hostess shares.

Billie Lee is the first and only transgender person to ever be cast on "Vanderpump Rules," and while she's grateful for the opportunity, she sees a problem with that.

Last season, Lisa Vanderpump introduced Billie to the show as SUR's newest hostess. She made friends quickly and had mostly positive interactions with the cast. This season, however, things changed -- and her cameo on last week's reunion episode left her feeling quite defeated.

"My take on the 'Vanderpump Rules' reunion: Let the minority speak!" she shared Thursday on Instagram. "Not one person of color, not one person of LGBTQ (besides myself and the host). You give her only five minutes, and you speak over her."

"When a minority is given a platform to explain herself and her experience, you should be silent and listen," she continued. "The 'Vanderpump Rules' reunion is just another reflection of what's going on in America. People are starving, suffering and being murdered for just being who they are, yet no one is listening. Our planet -- our only home -- is overheating, and no one is listening. For all of you who do get it, who do listen: I love you. Together, we will rise up and save humanity. Namaste."

This season was particularly rough for Billie, as she found herself at odds with self-proclaimed "gangster bitch" Lala Kent. She also befriended group enemy James Kennedy and his equally hated girlfriend, Raquel Leviss -- which didn't help her relationship with the others.

But perhaps the nail on the coffin was when Katie Maloney recruited Lala, Stassi Schroder, Ariana Madix, Brittany Carwright, Scheana Shay and Kristen Doute -- not Billie -- to help plan a "Girls Night In" event at SUR. Billie happened to be working that night, caught wind of the event and chaos erupted. Both in person and on Twitter, she accused the ladies of being "anti-trans" and said their oversight was a perfect example of "cis privilege."

The girls continue to deny the accusation that they're anti-trans and say the invite was not purposefully withheld. Lisa even scolded her employee for suggesting her issues with the others had to do with her being trans.

The third and final part of the "Vanderpump Rules" Season 7 reunion airs Monday, May 20 at 9 p.m. on Bravo.

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