bethenny frankel is known for being quite the jokester on her social media accounts. The "Real Housewives of New York" star has been caught saying some controversial things over the past couple of years, and this has resulted in some people not really enjoying her presence. Some viewers have called for Frankel to be removed from "The Real Housewives of New York," but Bravo sees her as a major income potential, as many people adore watching her on the show. As it turns out, there are only a few things that can rattle Bethenny Frankel, and she has been very honest about what those things are.

Bryn is off limits

She has revealed she doesn't like it when people talk about her business, Skinnygirl, and she doesn't like it when people talk about her daughter. As Frankel has revealed several times, she is the one who signed up to do a reality show, not her daughter and not her business partners. She doesn't mind the people attack things that she says, but don't talk about her daughter.

According to a new tweet, Bethenny Frankel is now revealing that her fans shouldn't take what she says seriously unless it is about her daughter or her business charity, B Strong.

She will probably make jokes about just about anything to rattle her fans and the viewers of "The Real Housewives of New York," but Bethenny only takes few things seriously in her life, and those things include her daughter and her charity. These are issues that are very serious to her, and she will do anything to protect them.

Setting the record straight

It is exciting to hear that Bethenny is setting the record straight about what fans should believe about her and what they should take with a Grain Of Salt. Clearly, Bethenny is doing quite well for herself, and she doesn't mind that people talk about her daughter or her charity if they talk about it with her, giving her permission to share what she wants out there.

But it is surprising to hear that she doesn't want people to necessarily talk about her charity behind her back, as she is trying to help women in need. If you want the truth about her daughter or charity, then you need to listen to her, and you need to read her tweets about it. Any other stories about her daughter or charity should be taken with a grain of salt.

What do you think about Bethenny Frankel's decision to share this news in a tweet? Do you believe what is being written about her in the press in regards to her daughter, her divorce, and even her business?