Chrishell Stause has clapped back at Josh Flagg for his “Selling Sunset” dig!
The “Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles” star caught the reality star’s attention after he shared a video featuring his reactions to his so-called “cringiest moments in Selling Sunset history.”
Not only did Stause shut him down with a subtle message about her many income streams, but fans also applauded her for being classy with it in the replies. The “Selling Sunset” star’s response comes just after she landed a big acting gig
Chrishell Stause Claps Back At Josh Flagg Questioning Her Real Estate License
Drama had started after Flagg shared a link to his YouTube video with the caption, “I watched and reacted to a few actors pretending to be agents on “Selling Sunset,” tagging Stause and her co-star Heather Rae El Moussa. In the clip, the actress and her now-former co-star Christine Quinn, are seen going at each other during their ongoing feud.
Throughout the clip, the 37-year-old maintained a straight face and claimed at its end that none of the Jason Oppenheim staff were credible as real estate agents, saying, “I was expecting to see a show about real estate, but apparently, none of these people have licenses.” Not one to ignore an attempt at dragging her career through the mud, Stause tweeted at Flagg writing:
“Well my license number is #02013937 but I also just had a movie hit @lifetimetv yesterday so check it out 😉 But real estate is one of many of my hustles so I get the critique but I would love to work with you in the future 🥰👑.”
Along with getting over 50k views, the tweet got fans supporting Stause as one noted, “I love how Chrishell clapped back & provided receipts, but also said let’s get this real estate money together!” adding the hashtag, “MoneyMoves.”
“Listen don’t get mad! Drop the receipts, adjust your crown and keep moving 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽,” a second fan responded, and a third pointed out, “When someone comes for you but you respond by being above it. It’s called class.”
A fourth Twitter user stated, “It’s the fact that I have absolutely no clue who this man baby is but Chrishell has become a household name for me 🤣,” while a fifth told Stause that she was “WAY too nice.” A sixth fan also applauded her for “beautifully” handling the situation.
Before this class act by Stause, Quinn had reminded viewers why she was called the ‘villain’ of the hit Netflix series when she went into Flagg’s comment section to write, “The joke is on y’all if you think Selling Sunset was ever about Realestate. 😂,” after he posted the same video on Instagram.
The Blast reported that the statement started a conversation between her and Flagg, who replied, “@thechristinequinn, I bet your back hurts from carrying the show 👏🙌👑.” Quinn then claimed, “@joshflagg1 takes on to know one! 👑 😉 love y’all @tracytutor.”
When an onlooker asked the 34-year-old if her former co-stars did not have real estate licenses, she retorted, “I can’t speak for the rest of the extras, but I can speak on my friends who I know do in fact have their licenses. Myself, Maya, Davina, Chelsea. .”
The ‘Days of Our Lives’ Actress Lauds Her Former Co-Star As They Reunite For New 2023 Film
The Blast reported that Stause secured a big bag and rekindled some old memories when she landed a role on the 2023 Lifetime film, “A Rose for Her Grave: The Randy Roth Story.” The 41-year-old, who reunited with her former “All My Children” co-star, Colin Egglesfield, for the project, uploaded three pictures to celebrate.
While the first snap showed a more recent version of the two stars, the others were throwback images from their early days as co-performers. Stause touched on the beginning of their friendship, which she felt lucky to have, after several years of working together, under the post, adding:
“All the years as friends and working together, I have yet to see this man in a bad mood and constantly makes me laugh. My 1st big movie premier I ever went to was to watch him kill it in Something Borrowed and have rooted for him since meeting him day one.”
Stause concluded the caption by recounting the “golden memories” from her and Egglesfield’s time as Josh Madden and Amanda Dillon in “All My Children.” “A Rose for Her Grave” is a true crime film inspired by actual events, and it premiered on Saturday, February 18.