KEY POINTS

  • Kathy Hilton shared on her Instagram Story Wednesday a cryptic message shading a narcissist in her life
  • The post came amid rumored tensions between her and some of her "RHOBH" castmates
  • Her half-sister and co-star Kyle Richards admitted she and Hilton stopped speaking after hitting a "rough patch" during filming for Season 12

Kathy Hilton threw shade at the narcissists in her life amid the ongoing drama on "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."

The 63-year-old socialite shared a cryptic message via her Instagram Story Wednesday night, Page Six reported.

"When the chips are down, a person who genuinely cares for you wants to be there for you because you need it," read the reposted graphic from an account dedicated to "understanding the narc."

"A narcissist, however, will only be there for you because they need it," the quote continued. "To feed on the drama. To promote their fake persona of 'being that great person who is always there for others,' with no follow-through. To build your debt of obligation to them."

The message concluded, "In none of these scenarios are your needs involved. You are an opportunity to be capitalized on. Your misfortune, is their fortune."

Hilton commented on the original post, "So true!!!!!," according to the outlet.

The Bravo star kept her comments about her castmates polite during her appearance on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" Wednesday. However, she is rumored to be feuding with some of them, including her half-sister Kyle Richards.

Hilton's sibling confirmed on the May 11 episode of "WWHL" that there was a time when she and Hilton stopped talking. They reportedly hit a "rough patch" when they were filming Season 12.

"It's so complicated and complex," Richards told Page Six last week about her relationship with Hilton. "The fact that we're on television complicates things."

Richards has hinted that she might not return to the Bravo reality show following a difficult 12th season.

"Each season I think, 'Well maybe I can do one more,'" she said in an interview with E! News earlier this month. "And sometimes I'm just like, 'How can I keep doing this?' especially when I get really upset, like this last season when we ended."

Richards admitted that she felt she was done with "RHOBH" after they wrapped up filming Season 12. "I was like, 'There's absolutely no way. I'm done. I'm finished. I want to live my life in peace. I can't take this,'" she recalled.

Richards and Hilton have since reconciled. Hilton reached out to her half-sister when the latter lost her best friend Lorene Shea, who passed away earlier this month following a battle with mental illness.

"My sisters and I are speaking again because they've also known Lorene since she was seven," Richards said on "WWHL," explaining that she reconciled with her other sister, Kim Richards, too. "So, you know, life works in funny ways."

Hilton was also believed to be butting heads with Erika Jayne, who was seen telling Richards in the trailer for the new season of "RHOBH" that she was keen on a Hilton takedown after spending Season 11 "getting f–king pummeled" over her financial woes.

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EDT on Bravo.

 Real Housewives of Beverly Hills “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” Season 11 will air on Bravo. Pictured [L-R]: Erika Girardi, Garcelle Beauvais, Crystal Kung Minkoff, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Sutton Stracke, and Dorit Kemsley. Photo: John Tsiavis/Bravo