Lisa Wonderpump understands why the three original members of the cast were fired Wonderpump Rules But punishment cannot be a crime.
The reality star and producer was a guest of Dear Media Her thin privacy is hers and hers Podcast where he filmed last year’s scandal in which Stacey Schroeder, Kristen Doti and Jacques Taylor quit the popular show.
“I don’t like this canceled culture,” Vanderpump admitted in Monday’s episode. “I think sometimes people should be punished; and the consequences of their actions, but I think people can go beyond their mistakes. I will do it.
Bravo announced in June that Schroeder and Dwight would not return to Season 9 after a racial slur with former co-star Faith Stores. Six months later, Taylor and his wife, Britney Cartwright, revealed that they too were leaving the show.
Wonderpump told Dear Media Podcast hosts Lorraine Everts and Michael Bostick why she understands why people are upset about what happened, but said people can be adults.
“I think it’s really a good place to learn to watch the progress being made on television – I mean, look [Vanderpump Rules star] James Kennedy, “he said.”[He] It was a nightmare; but you’ve seen it grow, and I think it’s amazing to see progress in young people.
Schroeder was reportedly the most popular and successful star to break out Wonderpump rolls. She has been publicly and repeatedly apologizing. The shooting also shocked stores, but Wonderpump noted that “there was a lack of awareness about Stacey.”
“I think she lived in her bubble,” said the former Schroeder boss. “And then, Bravo did what he had to do then. I think everything was burning at the time, but it was a combination of the things he did. It was not just a comment.
Wonderpump also mentioned other crimes, such as when Asrodder reacted to an organization calling it “Nazi style.”
“My family lived in World War II,” the former said The real housewives of the Beverly Hills The star said. “It simply came to our notice then. You can’t ride a horse just because you are young and unfamiliar. “
Schroeder and Dwight called police officers years ago when they read an article about a black woman who was robbing people of drugs. He suggested that the suspect may be in stores. Schroeder later boasted about playing a spy during a 2018 podcast interview that reappeared during the Black Lives Meter movement last year.
Wonderpump said he had “never heard of this podcast” and was only made aware of the ordeal when it was revived last year. However, he insists his staff is not racist.
“In their defense – it wasn’t right they did it at all – but do I think they’re racist? no“Because I have; a lot of diverse people working for me that they’ve all been very close to over the years. So do I think this was a racist act? Absolutely not. I just think it was just a terrible time and stupid and ignorant and, yes, that’s what it’s all about.
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