Stassi Schroeder asked Bravo not to fire her 4 months before backlash racism

Stassi Schroeder asked Bravo not to fire her 4 months before backlash racism

After an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” in February, Stassi Schroeder asked not to be let go of the network. on Instagram.

“Dear Bravo, please never fire me, because I love this s — t so much,” she wrote alongside a selfie from the Bravo Clubhouse with Cohen, 52, and “Summer House” star Kyle Cooke.

The picture resurfaced after Bravo announced Tuesday that they fired Schroeder, 31, and her fellow “Vanderpump Rules” co-stars Kristen Doute, Max Boyens, and Brett Caprioni over their past racist remarks.

“Bravo and Evolution Media confirmed today that Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni will not be returning to the ‘Vanderpump Rules,'” a rep told Page Six.

Fans flooded Schroed’s photo with comments like “This age well,” “Yikes,” and “Ask … Believe … Receive.”

It is unclear why the reality star chose that particular caption. Although, she did make a cringeworthy comment When Cohen asked her how she felt about Scheana Shay “hazing” newbie Dayna Kathan.

“It feels like it’s vindicated,” Schroeder responded. “It’s kind of like, you know what? It just happens to everyone. The person you do it to does it to the next… awful. I take that back. “

“Abused people abuse others,” Cohen chimed in.

“Yeah, I take back everything that I just said,” Schroeder added. “You heard it here now.”

Schroeder was fired over remarks made on her “Straight Up With Stassi” podcast and her and Doute allegedly called the cops on Faith Stowers, the show’s only black cast member.

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