After Stacey Schroeder And Kristen Dutte Removed from Wonderpump Rules Accusations made by Believers, Powers are speaking.
In a recent interview with Page six, the former Wonderpump Rules Starr said he felt “vindicated” and “expected” after learning that Bravo cut ties with Stacey and Kristen before season 9 of the hit series. The network said in a statement on Tuesday, “Bravo and Evolution Media have confirmed today that Stacey Schroeder, Kristen Duterte, Max buoys And Brett Caprioni I will not return Wonderpump Rules. “
As Stowers told Page Six, “It seems to me that there is a lot of racism in studios and production on such a large scale and that they bring positive changes and help to advance the race – to take the fight forward. Help. “
Last week, Stowers talked about his experience with Schroeder and Duterte, describing how the two once called the police.
“This article was … where there was an African American woman,” Stowers told of the incident, which happened to her on Instagram in 2018 Candens Renee Rice. “It was a weird picture, so she looked very light-skinned and had these different, weird tattoos. They showed it to her, and I think this woman was robbing people … women were giving people Was robbing … The women were at large. … and they called the police and said it was me. It’s like a true story. I actually heard it during an interview with Stacey. She told What they did to me. ”
In her interview with Page six, Stowers said that before she heard that Schroeder and Duterte had been fired, she was “in the middle of a prayer and I felt that I know I know it sounds corny – I felt a sense of pride . “
“I felt the presence of God and I’m seeing now … maybe that’s it,” he said. “He gave me a hint of optimism which meant it was optimistic and showed that it was all worth it.”
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Headlines were made after Stowers’ comments, with Billy, Secret Deodorant and Squareball Whiskey confirming E! News that he ended his advertising partnership with Schroeder. Additionally, Schroeder’s agency and publicist reported Variety They are no longer working with him.
This past weekend, Schroeder and Duterte issued a public apology on their respective Instagram accounts.
In his post, Duterte wrote, “I’m really taking some time in the process of realizing and learning what I’m seeing. And I need to address something specifically that my former couple of years ago The artist, along with Faith Stowers., My works were not racially driven, I now fully know how my privilege blinded me to the reality of law enforcement’s treatment of the black community, and How dangerous my actions were to him. “
While Schroeder wrote, “What I did with faith was wrong. I apologize and I do not expect forgiveness. I am sorry to anyone else who disappoints me. I close myself and my actions Will keep watching. Take time to listen, learn and take accountability for your own privilege. “
In addition, Stowers also said she felt “delighted” that she “put herself in the line of fire” and told her truth.
“Now I see Bravo following – MTV and so on the challenge-[by] Let prisoners who have made racist remarks. Bravo is releasing women who have given her insane ratings because they want to be on the right side of history, ”she said.
This week, the challenge Announced that he “severed ties” De na nguyen That resulted in “objectionable remarks on the Black Lives Matter movement.” Dee posted an apology for her actions, writing, “The last 24 hours have made me [realize] What is important and that is forgiveness. I want to sincerely apologize to my colleagues, whom I have directly and indirectly hurt because of my insensitive remarks. Let me be clear that I am a POC who cares about BLM. “
“I believe in this movement and I am moving away from social media to focus on my well-being and mental health,” she continued. “This is not a goodbye, this one I will see you again. To my fans, thank you for trusting me and your support. It helps. I see every one of you and I remember your stories. Are. Stay strong and stay. Protect my friends. “
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