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Season 7 of Vanderpump Rules has been all about the (supposedly) improved Jax Taylor. For the most part, he’s been pretty well-behaved. In related news, this is the least interesting season in the show’s history. As much as people love to hate on Jax, he did always bring some premium entertainment.

It seemed like Jax was back in his old form during the last episode of Vanderpump Rules. He had a conversation with Brittany Cartwright’s dad and her other male family members about how he’s his own “number one.” Of course, he got majorly slammed by the viewers, and seemingly Brittany’s family during that scene. But wait, did it really go down like that? Or was there some tricky editing at hand? Jax blames the editing. Of course.

Jax spoke out about the episode in an Instagram rant. The reality TV veteran started, “For those of you who want to come at me for tonight’s dinner scene: First of all, yes — mentally, I have to put myself first, or I won’t be able to take care of my wife or my kids. That is what I meant by that, and for the most of you I think you got that,  I wouldn’t be making all these moves forward and say something so selfish, I believe everyone needs to put themselves first or how can I possibly be good for anyone.” Grammar aside, that makes sense.

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Jax continued, “In 7 years never once complained about editing, but this scene was edited horribly, I even spoke to her father after and he was like ‘this is not how it went’ we are both on the same page just so you know and he agrees with me. And that’s all that matters. Wanted to clear that up.”

Jax concluded, “I feel I owe it to you guys (viewers). I don’t want to let anyone down ever again.” Unfortunately, that just doesn’t usually make for great reality television.

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