Jen Shah still isn’t happy about being cut from the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City: After Show.
Amid Wednesday night’s new episode of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, the show’s legally troubled cast member, who pled guilty to charges of telemarketing fraud over the summer, took to her Instagram Story to share her thoughts about the series — and her impact on it.
“You’re welcome Extras!” read a message Jen shared on November 16, along with a screenshot of Twitter’s Trending Topics, which featured her name at the top of the list.
Another message shared by Jen suggested RHOSLC wouldn’t see continued success if she were no longer a part of it.
“No way can [RHOSLC] work without the queen [Jen Shah],” the post, which also tagged Andy Cohen and Bravo, read.
Jen then took aim at Whitney Rose, who defended Lisa Barlow to Jen’s ride-or die, Heather Gay, on the latest episode, by suggesting her castmate was still reeling over the moment in which Mary Cosby shaded her as a “little girl” aim RHOSLC season two.
“Whitney didn’t recover from that little girl read from Mary,” stated a message shared to her account.
“Facts,” the post added.
Also on her Instagram Story, Jen reshared a post from a fan who crossed out the opening titles of RHOSLC and replaced it with a message that deemed the Bravo reality series “The [Jen Shah] Show.”
As RHOSLC fans may have seen, Jen made it clear she wasn’t happy about being left out of the RHOSLC: After Show earlier this week by sharing a series of messages on her Instagram Story.
In one, a message said, “[Jen Shah] was the breakout star from the start,” and asked, “The f-ck is Bravo doing?”
“What are you doing BRAVO!!!?” wondered another. “If you were smart you’d ‘continue your engagement’ … Just watch your ratings continue to drop.”
Prior to Jen being left out of the RHOSLC: After Show, Andy hinted at her departure from the series at BravoCon.
“Once we wrapped [season three and] she pled guilty, I think that was kind of, unfortunately, the end of, you know, the engagement there,” he said. “But I hope to sit down with her and talk to her at some point on camera because I have a lot of questions for her.”
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City season three airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on Bravo.