MDLLA star Tracy Tutor doesn’t regret what she said about the cast of Selling Sunset. She just wishes them the best of luck. Earlier this month, the cast of Million Dollar Listing: L.A. threw shade at the cast of Selling Sunset. However, Tracy was the one to throw the most shade.
But she doesn’t plan to “take back” her comments anytime soon. She didn’t hold back in her interview on Watch What Happens Live. She still stands by what she said about the cast. Tracy is currently promoting her new book, Fear is Just a Four-Letter Word. Here’s what else that Tracy has to say about the Selling Sunset cast.
Tracy Tutor supports her comments about the cast of Selling Sunset
The real estate agent sat down for an exclusive interview with People. She says she doesn’t regret what she said about the cast of Selling Sunset earlier this month. Tracy threw shade at the cast on WWHL and wondered how real their reality show is. She also pondered over their credentials.
“I don’t take back anything ever, but I will say now – and I’ll say it over and over again – Oppenheim Group is a very successful team, and the girls, I wish them all the success in the world,” Tracy Tutor said.
On Tuesday, July 7, Tracy Tutor appeared on Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live alongside her four MDLLA costars – Josh Altman, Josh Flagg, James Harris, and David Parnes. The cast made headlines when they slammed the cast of Netflix’s Selling Sunset, which dropped its second season on the streaming platform on May 22. The show follows both the professional and personal lives of gorgeous real estate agents from the West Hollywood real estate firm The Oppenheim Group.
MDLLA cast threw shade at Selling Sunset
During the WWHL interview, Tracy Tutor and her MDLLA costars questioned the real estate credentials of the cast of Selling Sunset. They believed that the show focused more on the personal relationships of the cast members rather than their successes.
“I’ll say this,” Tracy said during the time. “I have mad respect for women in real estate in Los Angeles, and I just think [Selling Sunset] is not about selling real estate – I think it’s about dating bachelors in the Hollywood Hills and it really actually should be a Bravo show.”
Tracy also pointed out that none of the Selling Sunset realtors post any listings on their social media accounts. She also implied that they might not do as much selling or buying as the MDLLA cast. The Bravo personality offered an invite for the castmembers to join their show and see how real estate works.
Who motivated Tracy Tutor to join Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles?
The MDLLA agent revealed why she joined the show. It turns out that Tracy Tutor has someone special to thank. As per The Daily Dish, Tracy took to Instagram to credit fellow agent Josh Altman for encouraging her to be a part of the MDLLA cast. On Tuesday, July 14, she shared a photo of herself with her fellow castmember while promoting her new book.
“God love him… I really do though,” Tracy captioned the post. “@thejoshaltman is the guy that sat me down and said you should do this show. YOU GOT THIS! So, my crazy self took a leap off the fence and started this journey.”
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God love him… I really do though. ❤️ @thejoshaltman is the guy that sat me down and said you should do this show. YOU GOT THIS! So, my crazy self took a leap off the fence and started this journey. Thank you for being like a brother to me and a mentor on this crazy show we have the privilege of doing together. Tune into tonight at 9 pm to watch #mdlla on @bravotv #milliondollarlisting #owntheroom #fearisafourletterword #girlpower #douglaselliman #tracytutor
Tracy thanked Josh for “being like a brother to me and like a mentor.”
Catch up with Tracy, Josh, and the rest of the MDLLA crew on Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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