Viewers currently do not know the fate of Vanderpump Rules. This show could be clinging to very little when it comes to life support. Not only did Kristen Doute and Stassi Schroeder find themselves fired, several of the veteran ladies are now coincidentally pregnant at the exact same time. They have gone full pregnancy pact in WeHo.
Along with Kristen and Stassi, new cast members Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni were also axed due to some extremely insensitive social media content. After the exodus, fans called on Jax Taylor to be fired as well. We all know Jax is never at a loss for being distasteful, but it has yet to earn him walking papers. Now Kristen, author, catchy-phrase t-shirt designer, and expert on workplace inequality thinks Bravo needs to be held accountable for practicing double standards.
Vanderpump Rules season nine may still be up in the air, but the OG cast members have been anything but quiet as of late. Lala Kent announced she and
her sugar daddy Randall Emmett are pregnant and expecting a baby girl. Luckily, Lala already has a supply of baby bottles on hand. Former cast member Stassi Schroeder also announced her pregnancy, and recently had her first interview post firing from Pump Rules for racist behavior. And Katie Maloney has been continuing her ongoing battle to clean up her mean girl image.
In contrast, the newbies on the show have been pretty quiet. Last season, VPR had about fifty new people join the cast, several of which also got let go for racist behavior. Namely Brett Caprioni and Max Boyens. Dayna Kathan, who was part of a love triangle with Max and Brett, has remained mum since the firings. However, she recently came forward to talk smack about someone else on the cast, and it just so happens to be everyone’s favorite punching bag on the show.
Let the apology tour begin! It’s been a few months since Stassi Schroeder was fired from Vanderpump Rules over racist behavior. In that time, she’s gone out of her way to change the narrative on her life.
After a baby announcement and gender reveal, Stassi decided it was finally time to speak on her firing. I guess the public could only take so many stories about her pregnancy. So she decided on an interview with Tamron Hall on her new show, aptly titled the Tamron Hall Show.
The next generation of Vanderpump Rules is upon us. Lala Kent is pregnant with her first child. Randall Emmett already has two daughters from his first marriage with You star Ambyr Childers.
The couple went big for their gender reveal earlier today. Thankfully, they did not do anything that involved smoke or fire. Instead their plans involved a party bus and a skydiver who had a colored parachute to indicate the baby’s gender.
As you all know at this point, Stassi Schroeder had her first post-firing interview this morning with Tamron Hall. She discussed some of her horrible comments, like that “Nazi chic” remark. She revealed that she has a “diversity teacher.” Stassi even said that she doesn’t want Jax Taylor to get fired, despite the backlash against him.
Of course, Kristen Doute’s name was mentioned during that interview, which led to some back and forth in the comments section on Kristen’s Instagram.
Stassi Schroeder addressed her firing from Vanderpump Rules for the first time during a sit-down interview with Tamron Hall this morning. She shared her regrets about calling herself “Nazi chic.” Stassi said she hired a “diversity teacher” to educate her on race, which actually includes weekly homework assignments.
She even called herself a “Karen” for previously declaring that “all lives matter.” Tamron really went in with some tough questions for Stassi. She even brought up Jax Taylor and the recent backlash against him.
Did you watch Stassi Schroeder’s interview with Tamron Hall this morning? It was rough. Tamron had no problem asking the tough questions and pushing for specifics when Stassi gave answers.
She called out Stassi for bragging about calling the cops on Faith Stowers back in 2018. Tamron questioned her for describing herself as “Nazi chic.” She asked Stassi why she felt it was OK to complain about the Black community’s desire to be represented in film. And throughout that conversation, Stassi revealed that she’s hired a “diversity teacher.” Yes, apparently, that is a thing.