This season of Southern Charm seems to have a very new vibe. There’s a new cast, but there’s also a new energy. Maybe it’s because three of our main ladies have exited stage left. In their place, we’ve added Leva Bonaparte and John Pringle. John has almost immediately started trying to swoop in on cast-mate Austen Kroll’s girlfriend, Madison LeCroy.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight bitter Austen dished on his “friends.” He blurted, “What sort of [relationship] advice could Shep [Rose] possibly give to anyone about relationships?” He answered his own question saying, “They don’t have anything constructive to tell me.” Yikes. This is getting ugly. I can’t wait to watch…
Austen added, “…but even back when I told Shep [Madison and I were dating], he was like, ‘Dude, you’ve got to tell her that she has a kid and you don’t want any part of that.’ So even back then he was just, like, ‘I want my wingman…’ and, ‘I want my buddy to be with me and go get drunk at the bars…'” Awkward. Weird that Shep thinks anyone would just forget he was also chasing Madison like a puppy dog back in those days.
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But Austen didn’t stop there. He also came for his buddy, Craig Conover. He said, “And then there’s Craig…and every story of Craig’s begins with, ‘Back when Naomie [Olindo] and me were dating…’ and I’m like, Craig, dude! Two-and-a-half years ago, bro! Get over it. She is definitely freaking over it. Craig is miserable and he is heartbroken, still. So his misery wants company.” Love when a petty bitch says ‘misery loves company’ while dragging their friends. No really. I do. Let’s keep it going.
Austen continued his former bromance bashing and added, “I can’t tell Shep anything about Madison, I can’t.” Poor thing. He added, “He has a one-track mind and he has something on his mind and he’s like, ‘This is what it is, this is the way she feels about you…’ and I’m like, it’s not always so black and white and so cut and dry, dude.” How slow are these people to notice the most obvious thing about their cast-mates? I mean really.
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Of course, if you’re watching the show, you saw the drama between Austen and Shep start immediately. Austen dished, “You think episode one, that was just an absolute happenstance that one of the 13 people at his s**t party that showed up was a part of this drama that he couldn’t wait to run around the party and tell everyone about? Like, you think that was just a coincidence? Come on.”
Well. I can’t wait to see how this turns out.
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TELL US – DO YOU FEEL BAD FOR HOW AUSTEN IS GETTING TREATED BY SHEP AND JOHN THIS SEASON? DOES HE BRING IT ON HIMSELF FOR ALWAYS HAVING A MISERABLE ATTITUDE? WILL THEIR FRIENDSHIPS SURVIVE THIS READ?
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