Four members of the Vanderpump Rules cast – Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni – were fired this week for making racist comments.
But Ashley Martson, 34, of the 90 Day Fiance celebrity, thinks that another star should leave, Jax Taylor.
The beauty accused veterinarian Bravo Taylor of making racist comments in 2018 about her 22-year-old husband Jay Smith.
Not a fan: 90 Day Fiance celebrity Ashley Martson, seen with husband Jay Smith, thinks Jax Taylor should be fired from Vanderpump rules
He hurt them: the blonde said that Taylor made fun of her husband’s nose
Ashley – who married Jay in 2018, separated in 2019 and met in March of this year – said Jax had a history of shame.
“Jax should also be removed from #PumpRules after making racist remarks to Jay!” ” she wrote. “Swipe up for my comment + proof,” added the star who tagged TLC.
She also wrote, “Have you all seen bravo fired four actors? Well @bravotv doesn’t leave out old Jax Taylor who harassed us when our show first aired, “wrote Martson next to what she claims to be Taylor’s remark.
Proof: Ashley says Jax is racist because he said her husband’s nose was “the size of his head”
“If you don’t understand why I find this racist, take a look at my story. Education is the key. ‘
Taylor is said to have written: “Your man’s nose is the size of his head …”
Martson found Taylor’s comment rude.
“When your nose or my nose is referenced as large, it’s probably just a big nose,” she said on Instagram Story.
“Black people have always been colored like a monkey or a monkey, supposed to be derogatory.”
“One of the best-known racial stereotypes refers to the nose of a black person, again suggesting that it is similar to that of a monkey,” she added.
Marston also said that she was “pleased to send any literature from the history books to help you understand why a white person should NEVER comment on the size of a black person’s nose or lips. “
She also told Celeb Magazine what had happened. “Taylor’s comments were” 100% race-based, “said the television veterinarian.
“When we started the show, we faced serious race issues on national television. Jay was very upset about it, “said Martson.
His point of view: Marston also said that she was “happy to send any literature from history books to help you understand why a white person should NEVER comment on the size of a person’s nose or lips black. »Seen in February 2019
“As soon as the show started airing, Jax Taylor started attacking us hard. Call me a horrible moth, then make fun of Jay and the size of his nose. It was very overwhelming.
“We didn’t even know who he was,” she added. “This type of behavior hurts people’s feelings. Jay was hurt and couldn’t understand why a stranger was saying such terrible things to someone he had never met.
“Jax must be fired. I won’t stop until it is, “added Martson. “This nonsense must stop. We are all human, we are all equal and we all have feelings.
His wife: Jax with his wife hsis Brittany Cartwright of Vanderpump Rules
Martson also said, “Jax must be held responsible for constantly making fun of people. “
He also called the fatty star.
“And the only way to hold him responsible is to fire him. If they [Bravo] are going to hold some people accountable, so they should hold them all accountable.
Faith Stowers, 31, told the US Watch With Us podcast that she did not believe that Bravo officials had eliminated all racism from Vanderpump’s rules, citing Taylor as an example.
Stowers told the podcast that “there are other people who should also be educated because they made some pretty crazy mistakes and said crazy mistakes – not even mistakes.” They just said terrible things.
Vanderpump Rules stars Stassi, Kristen, Max and Brett were harassed by Bravo after their racist comments resurfaced.
Stassi, 31, and Kristen, 37, have been on the reality show since its inception in 2013, while Max, 27, and Brett, 31, were newcomers in season eight.
Arguably one of the most popular stars in the series, which follows staff at Lisa Vanderpump’s SUR restaurant in West Hollywood, Stassi has been criticized for a disturbing racist stunt, as well as racist remarks she shared in online in recent years. .
They’re out: Vanderpump Rules stars Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute have been fired by Bravo after their racist joke targeting co-star Faith Stowers
The outspoken blonde has since been abandoned by her agent, publicist and several sponsors after her boyfriend Kristen’s racist stunt against black co-star Faith Stowers has been revealed.
A spokesperson for Bravo and Evolution Media confirmed in a statement on Tuesday that Stassi, Kristen, Max and Brett “will not return to Vanderpump rules”.
Stassi also made offensive comments about a previous podcast episode where she was heard to speak negatively about blacks and claiming they were asking for special treatment in Hollywood.
Faith said on Tuesday afternoon that she felt “justified” after their layoffs, in a new interview with Page Six.
Apologetics: the newcomers Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni have also been abandoned by Bravo. They apologized last week for past racist tweets about Vanderpump’s rules meeting
“I think the justified studios and production are able to see the blatant racism and make these positive changes and help move the race forward – helping in combat,” Faith told the channel.
The 31-year-old star continued, “I was in the middle of prayer and I felt a feeling – I know it sounds cheesy – I felt a sense of glory. I felt the presence of God and I see now [that the news has been revealed] maybe that’s what it was.
Adding, “He gave me a sign of optimism that was supposed to be hopeful and show that it was all worth it.
Faith said she “was ready to put me in the crosshairs because I don’t know what will happen if I don’t say anything, but I’m glad I did.”
“Now I see Bravo following suit, freeing up women who have given crazy ratings for them because they want to be on the safe side of history and I see that people are finally hearing us,” Faith told Page Six.
She also said that she hopes networks and production companies are “willing to hire casting directors and color producers to make sure the changes are not just a one-time thing.”
Faith added, “I hope they use this time that they should now find out why it happened to them and try to use [their] voice later for a real change.
After losing several support deals over the past week, Stassi has now been forced to part with his agent and publicist, Variety reported on Monday.
Scandal: Stassi split from agent and publicist after previous racist remarks and behavior resurfaced
A spokesperson for the UTA, where Stassi was represented, confirmed that she was no longer a client of the agency.
In addition, a representative of the public relations firm Metro Public Relations told the publication:[Stassi] became a client when her publicist joined our company in July 2018. This weekend we decided to separate from Stassi.
These measures come after Stassi apologized for his “race insensitive comments” and for a particularly humiliating blow, in which she deliberately deceived the police in order to put her former black costar Faith Stowers in trouble – that she didn’t like – in trouble.
Stassi recently expressed online support for the Black Lives Matter movement; however, the gestures seemed considerably different from his production three years ago.
Most damning: Stassi called the cops from her former black costar Faith Stowers – whom she didn’t like – in an effort to get her in trouble during a previous season of the show; Faith is seen in 2016 above
She claimed that blacks demanded special treatment in her March 2, 2017 podcast in which she spoke of the lack of diversity of Oscar candidates, called on social media #OscarsSoWhite.
“Maybe you weren’t nominated because you didn’t do a great job in your film,” said Stassi. “As if it was not a matter of race. It’s literally not what you look like at all. It’s like your acting skills, so what the hell is this real?
The New Orleans-born reality star said on the podcast (which the US says she later removed from her site) of black people: “When they are upset, everyone has to go above and beyond to then make them happy.
“I’m like, really sick of everyone doing everything on the run – I’m a little overwhelmed.”
Despite the view on race, Stassi had a lot more to say on the subject: “Like, everyone making passionate speeches about race and all that, I think, ‘Why is it always just Afro- Americans? “