If there's one thing we're certain of, it's that the Selling Sunset drama isn't scripted. While we were busy marathon watching season 3, Christine Quinn was apparently throwing subtle shade at Chrishell Stause on Twitter.
On Saturday, Christine liked a tweet calling Chrishell a "sad excuse of an ‘actress’" from someone who had just watched a scene from episode two featuring Chrishell and Davina Potratz.
"I can’t stand Chrishell idk how Davina could sit there so calmly when that sad excuse of an ‘actress’ was like ‘I have a headache’ UGH I would have lost it," the full tweet read.
After catching wind of it, Chrishell's fans quickly came to her defence and fired back at Christine for liking the tweet. But Chrishell, while telling her followers she appreciated the support, urged them not to post any negativity.
"I SO appreciate all the love you guys have given for #SellingSunset," she tweeted yesterday. "That being said, some of you are attacking a certain person in defending me. I appreciate the sentiment because certain things made me mad too. But I hate feeling like someone is getting bullied.
"Want to help empower women and if my tweet has any say at all I just hope you can keep the passion but maybe minus the vitriol..?" Chrishell continued. "Love you guys SO much though and LOVE your enthusiasm!"
Want to help empower women and if my tweet has any say at all I just hope you can keep the passion but maybe minus the vitriol..? Love you guys SO much though and LOVE your enthusiam! 💗🙏🏼— Chrishell (@Chrishell7) August 9, 2020
It's not the first time Chrishell has tweeted about Christine, with the realtor previously criticising her for speaking publicly about her divorce from Justin Hartley.
"I just learned Christine is giving press 'information' about my divorce. Let me be VERY clear. She knows absolutely nothing about the situation and is obviously desperate to gain attention by doing so," the reality star tweeted last month. "Anything from her is either a complete lie or total conjecture on her part."
Chrishell added that it's "so frustrating and unfortunate that someone would use someone’s personal painful situation to get press for themselves. I can’t say I am surprised, but please check the source. She has absolutely zero knowledge of the marriage we had."
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