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Andy Cohen Says The Firing Of Kristen Doute & Stassi Schroeder From ‘VPR’ Wasn’t His Decision

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Andy Cohen hosts the reunions for Bravo, and that includes Vanderpump Rules. It sounds like people flood his DMs after the firing of Kristen Doute and Stassi Schroeder. He opened up about his feelings. And reminded viewers it’s not his decision. He has no control over hiring and firing any of the cast.

Andy Cohen talks about Kristen Doute and Stassi Schroder being fired

If you follow the Bravo shows, then you’ll know that every time people beef about the decisions taken by the network, Andy takes heat on social media. Certainly, it sounds like his DMs and inbox take a beating after the news that Kristen Doute and Stassi Schroeder got fired from Vanderpump Rules. The veterans’ dismissals freaked out some fans. But, as it all involves the Black Lives Matter and heightened tensions around inequality and racism, fans half expected it.

Faith Stowers moved on from VPR a long time ago. But, her short stint as the only black woman on the show seemed an unhappy time for her. Jax on Brittany with Faith. The season showed a furious and tearful Brittany. And, Faith felt the cast picked on her for it. In fact, she talked about how Kristen and Stassi called the cops on her. “Kristen saw on the news that the cops sought a  black woman. Allegedly, she stole some money. They thought Faith looked like the wanted person and phoned the police.” Three years later the ax fell, and Andy Cohen agrees with the decision.

The Bravo host agrees with the job termination

As the cast allegedly had a big downer on Faith. She felt it was a nasty, racist, and poor joke in bad taste. And, the police never arrested her, either. Shortly after the news broke, the two Vanderpump Rule stars lost their jobs. Andy agrees that Bravo did the right thing by terminating their employment. He spoke about it on his SiriusXM’s Radio Andy. E!News noted that he denied the firings came from him.

Mentioning all the messages he gets, Andy Cohen reminded viewers once again, that he’s not the boss when it comes to “programming at Bravo anymore.” He reiterated the fact that he isn’t “an Executive Producer” of VPR. Andy seemed a bit tired of explaining over and over about his position with the network. “I don’t have anything to do with the show except I love it and that I host the reunions,” he said.

Nevertheless, Andy Cohen felt the Bravo network took the right action with Kristen Doute and Stassi Schroder. He said, “I absolutely support Bravo’s decision.”

What do you think about Andy agreeing with Bravo on the dismissal? Even if he disagreed, right now might not be the best time to talk about it, after all. Do you agree? Sound off in the comments below.

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