Medley would give Singer a taste of her own medicine the next day, when she showed up at a cocktail party at Singer's apartment and immediately began attacking her.
"What you did was wrong yesterday. It was wrong!" Medley said. "You're supposed to be my friend, and I need you always to support me!"
"You like people's misfortune. You like to deflect from you to make people feel bad," Medley told Singer. "You're a coward. … This woman empowerment thing you do … I think what you like to do is, 'Do well, but not better than me.' You want always to … be the best."
Singer bit back, telling Medley that she was being supportive by trying to hold her accountable for her actions.
"You lash out at everybody. Anybody questions anything you say, you get nuts," Singer said. "You're so angry. … You like to take control of the conversation. … I'm so sorry you're so unhappy."
"I'm sorry there's been so many men in your life that's come and gone and you can't land a boulder," Medley snapped back.
Things got so bad that Medley, with Morgan in toe, stormed out of Singer's apartment in anger.
Eventually, Singer went after them and apologized. "Listen, I love you both. I don't want to fight with you," she told them. "I meant to try to help. … I love you both, I love you both so much. I do. I care."
"I have your back. You may not think that I do, but I do. And I'm your champion," Singer said. "I only want the best for you, Dorinda. I love you so much."
Her words got through to Medley, who admitted that a number of factors — including her breakup with her boyfriend of seven years, the anniversary of her late husband's death, a broken rib, a flood in her house and a bout of depression she was battling — had left her particularly sensitive.
"It's a bad week," Medley said. "I'm weak right now."
"During this time, which isn't easy, between everything … I don't need her to be knocking me down," Medley confessed. "I need you to be building me up. I need a soft place to land. You're not a pillow, you're a concrete block."
"We love each other we've been through so much together," Medley added, hugging Singer and Morgan. "When we fight, it breaks me. You're like a sister to me."
The Real Housewives of New York City airs Thursdays (9 p.m. ET) on Bravo.
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