Heather Rae El Moussa has responded to allegations of stirring the pot between her “Selling Sunset” co-stars Chelsea Lazkani and Bre Tiesi during its latest season.
The reality television star claimed she was looking out for Bre after informing the latter of her conversation with Chelsea questioning her decision to start a family with Nick Cannon. Chelsea’s disapproval of Nick’s decision to raise multiple children with a slew of women has been evident throughout the season, and it does not look like it will be changing anytime soon.
Heather Rae El Moussa Has Defended Herself Against Accusations Of Being A ‘Pot Stirrer’
Since Chelsea disclosed that she finds “Bre’s relationship rather off-putting,” things have not been the same with the women of “Selling Sunset.” For context, the social media influencer had shared with Heather that a night out with Bre and their other co-star Chrishell Stause was ruined by news of Cannon welcoming another baby with model LaNisha Cole.
After Chelsea dragged Bre for staying in the “unpleasant” situation with her baby daddy, Heather conveyed the information to Bre, causing Chelsea to get mad. In its latest round of drama, Heather was called out for going to Cannon’s baby mama with details of the conversation after she posted four images from her pregnancy days that showed her in a stunning red outfit and silver pointy-toe heels.
Since she asked viewers to share their thoughts on the recently released season six, one person told her that even though she had good intentions, “going to someone and saying ‘well so and so said this,’ even if it is facts and 100% true, is not helpful and does stir drama.”
The commenter added that if the “The Flipping El Moussas” star wanted to look out for her friends again, she should “just tell the person talking that it isn’t their place to share that information.”
It was not long before Heather replied, disagreeing that she created drama between Chelsea and Bre, claiming that the latter is her “very close friend” and if she “felt she was upset like Chelsea said, then I’m going to call my friend and check on her and see how she is.”
The 35-year-old beauty also argued that she “wasn’t stirring anything” but was “simply checking” on her friend, concluding, “Chelsea should not have brought up a private moment between her and Bre. That’s why Bre was upset.”
Chelsea then stepped into the comments to explain that Heather “conveniently spent multiple scenes” asking her about Bre, “only to get a response from [sic] me, then run back and gossip. You knew exactly what you were doing.”
“You were also stirring up sh*t by acting like you didn’t know why I couldn’t make your baby shower on the same day as my father’s birthday,” the British-Nigerian realtor continued.
Towards the end of her lengthy statement, she subtly warned Heather regarding her declarations “about Bre at your intimate birthday dinner (not filmed), a dinner that I was invited to and Bre was not, should we go there?”
The best part? Chelsea posted the entire conversation on her Instagram Story with the simple text, “Play elsewhere.” Although it seems like Heather deleted her comment, the mother-of-two’s clap makes us wonder if she was referring to the “Malibu Horror Story” actress when she said she was “amicable” with some of her cast members.
As reported by The Blast, one fan had asked her if she was “cool with all the girls on the show presently,” she responded with a six-second clip, saying, “I’m cool with most of the girls, and I’d say with some of them. I’m just more amicable, I guess.”
Heather Previously Revealed That The Drama On ‘Selling Sunset’ Is Realer Than People Think
Just before this season of “Selling Sunset” became available to stream on Netflix, Heather had confirmed to viewers that everything they saw on the show was 100% real. The “Christmas in Compton” star had hosted a question & answer session with her fans and followers, and one person asked, “Is the drama real or scripted?”
She recorded and posted a quick video to answer, stating, “Hi, so we get asked this a lot. I’ve been there from the beginning, and the drama is real. So it is a reality show, not a scripted show.”
We expect that the revelation calmed the nerves of those who religiously follow the hit show, which focuses on a group of luxury real estate agents navigating the ups and downs of selling multimillion-dollar properties to clients.