Jennie Nguyen removed from 'Real Housewives' cast for offensive posts

Jennie Nguyen removed from 'Real Housewives' cast for offensive posts

Jennie Nguyen removed from 'Real Housewives' cast for offensive posts


Bravo has eliminated Jennie Nguyen from the cast of "Genuine Housewives of Salt Lake City" after her hostile web-based media posts reemerged.

The organization declared the evacuation via online media on Tuesday.

"Bravo has stopped recording with Jennie Nguyen and she will at this point not be a cast individual from 'The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.' We remember we neglected to make a proper move once her hostile web-based media presents were welcomed on our consideration. Pushing ahead, we will attempt to work on our cycles to guarantee we improve educated and more insightful projecting choices," Bravo said in the declaration.

All through the Black Lives Matter fights in 2020, Nguyen, who is Vietnamese-American, supposedly shared pictures and text posts portraying protestors as "BLM Thugs" and "fierce posses." She likewise reposted images on the side of "White Lives Matter," just as against antibody content.

In one animation she reposted, an older white lady shows a moderately aged white man the stick figure decals on her vehicle.

"No, that is not my family, that is the number of agitators I've hit!" the lady says in the picture.

After the posts reemerged last week, Nguyen put out an expression of remorse on Instagram.

"I need to recognize and apologize for my erased Facebook posts from 2020 that reemerged today. At that point, I thought I was standing in opposition to savagery, however I have since figured out how hostile and harmful my words were," she wrote in the post. "It's the reason I deactivated that account over a year prior and why I keep on attempting to find out with regards to points of view not the same as my own. I lament those posts and am genuinely upset for the aggravation they caused."

In the wake of saying 'sorry' she kept on recording with the cast of "Genuine Housewives of Salt Lake City" in spite of calls to fire her.

Other cast individuals condemned Nguyen for her posts. In an Instagram post, Jen Shah said she was "frustrated" by the "pretentious statement of regret" Nguyen shared. Shah said she was constrained to "stand up" for the benefit of her better half and kids, who are Black.

"I'm profoundly insulted by the racially unfeeling posts and remarks. It was maddening to see her like and repost remarks that made a joke of and showed total aloofness toward those killed walking to carry attention to the profound cultivated civil rights gives that plague our country. I'm similarly baffled by the guileful statement of regret that was given," Shah said.

Cast part Meredith Marks implied a gag request on the cast in her assertion reacting to the posts, yet guaranteed "repercussions" for her activities.

"Since it was not completely clear in my past tweet and I can now stand up in more profundity, I am nauseated by my colleague's bigoted and biased posts that as of late surfaced," Marks said on Twitter. "I don't remain behind or support these posts in any capacity whatsoever. I remain with and support the networks impacted and designated by this. I'm profoundly upset and offended by her activities. People of color Matter."