- Bravo announced that cast member Jennie Nguyen has been fired from “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” following online backlash from fans.
- Nguyen sparked outrage due to old Facebook posts that spread false news and ridiculed the BLM Movement, George Floyd and protesters.
- Nguyen has published an apology to say she is “sincerely sorry for the pain they caused.”
Reality TV star Jennie Nguyen has been fired from “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” due to her social media posts from 2020.
On Tuesday, cable network Bravo announced on Twitter that Nguyen will no longer be part of the show moving forward, following heavy criticism from viewers.
Reality TV star Jennie Nguyen has apologized for the now deleted social media posts ridiculing Black Lives Matter (BLM) that drew backlash on Wednesday.
Nguyen, a regular cast member of “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,” was called out for posting and sharing images in 2020 that lambasted members of the BLM Movement.
Jennie Nguyen says ‘RHOSLC’ co-star complicit in racism for not speaking against ‘slanted eyes’ remark
- “Real Housewives of Salt Lake” star Jennie Nguyen called out co-star Meredith Marks for being “complicit” in the racist drama between the Vietnamese reality TV star and Mary Cosby.
- Cosby allegedly made insensitive comments about Nguyen, including how she loved her Asian co-star’s “slanted eyes.” She also allegedly tried to imitate Nguyen’s accent.
- “It is not okay to imitate someone’s accent,” Marks said in a tweet after Sunday’s episode.
“Real Housewives of Salt Lake” star Jennie Nguyen recently called out co-star Meredith Marks online as the racial drama between Nguyen and co-star Mary Cosby continues.
Nguyen confronted Marks in a now-deleted tweet that Instagram page @QueensofBravo shared a screenshot of on Monday, calling the latter out for being complicit in the racial drama, according to RealityBlurb.