Christine Quinn Slams Her ‘Promoting Sundown’ Co-Stars For Not ‘Liking’ Her Being pregnant Announcement On Instagram!
Christine Quinn is irritated that her co-stars on Selling Sunset didn’t “like” her pregnancy announcement and she didn’t hesitate to point it out! Check out what she has to say!
Christine, just like most people out there, doesn’t like it when others completely ignore their major life events!
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So when Chrishell Stause, Heather Rae Young and Mary Fitzgerald did not recognize them Instagram Announcing that she is expecting a baby, let her know how she feels about it!
So the self-proclaimed “bad guy” posted a TikTok video of a screen capture looking for the names of her co-stars among those who double-typed her post, and sure none of her accounts showed up!
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To cast even more shadows, she put Chris Brown’s song Loyal in the background, more precisely the part that goes: “Oh, these are not loyal / Whoa, these are not loyal / Yeah, yeah, let me see / became rich / took a broke n *** a’s b * tch / I can make a bust b * tch rich / But I don’t fuck with broken bitches. ‘
She also added the following hashtags: “#fyp #lifestyle #trending #explore #viral #comedy #foryou #sellingsunset #friendshiptest”.
Additionally, starting March 6, Christine and Chrishell will no longer follow on the platform, while Christine will follow Heather without her following back.
Fans were quick to come to their defense, commenting on things like, “You are going to be an amazing mom and not need fake friends.” / ‘Wow so called’ friends’.
In its original announcement, it partly said, “I’m going to be mom! My heart is already bursting with love and gratitude for the little life in me. I am humble, awesome, and inspired. It’s already a feeling like no other I’ve ever experienced and all I can think about is how we can be the best parents. ‘