09/03/2013 04:02 am ET Updated Sep 03, 2013

'The Real Housewives Of Miami': Men's Twitter Fight Erupts Into Real Life At A Party (VIDEO)

It was the men of Miami who took center stage on the latest episode of "The Real Housewives of Miami." Now usually, viewers can count on the women to cook up some reason to be at each other's throats on a weekly basis, but this week it was their men. At least the fight was about the women, so they were still involved in some capacity from the beginning.

Adriana and Joanna's fiances, Frederic and Romain, got into a heated argument about their ladies on Twitter, and then they ran into one another at Alexia's magazine party. They quickly picked up in person where they left off online.

“You re-Tweet something, you need to re-Tweet?" Romain accused. "Oh, look at you, you guys must be so unhappy. Look at both of your faces.”

Alexia seemed okay with the fight erupting at her party. As she saw it, "As long as [there are] no bottles flying all over the place or there’s no blood, or there’s no hitting, I’m OK with it. It just gives people another reason to talk about the party.”

Later, Adriana decided that she needed to be involved in the argument after all, so she accused Romain of cheating on Joanna with a Colombian girl. Rather than deny it right away, Romain told her to "shut the f*ck up!"

“Let’s talk about the Columbian girl. He’s sleeping around. He’s been f***ing a Colombian girl!” Adriana said. What she didn't expect was Joanna's response. She said, "Good, good. Good for him if he did.”

Buddy TV's Gina Pusateri sarcastically called the whole thing "pretty classy," while The Stir's Julie Ryan Evans admitted that she loved watching Adriana go "berserk."

At least by the end of the fight, the women were fully involved in it, and so a sense of normalcy returned to "The Real Housewives of Miami." The fighting surely continues every Monday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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