“Vanderpump Rules” star Jax Taylor is doing anything he can to shift the focus off himself. This time, he’s taking aim at the Sunshine State. The Bravo personality has found himself at the center of controversy and fans are demanding the network fire him after they cut ties with Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute. “Pump Rules” viewers will recall a time where Jax Taylor actually told a tale announcing he was moving to Tampa, Florida after getting offered a job with a hockey team.
While he was pumped to head to the southeasternmost U.S. state, he never made it there. Many, including his then-girlfriend Brittany Cartwright, wondered if the job offer to run the team’s social media and communications was even real. Now, Jax Taylor is flipping the script on Florida with a shady Instagram post and using one of the state’s most popular influencers to do so. Florida’s Coronavirus cases soared over the weekend with more than 8,500 cases, making Sunday the highest death total for the state since the pandemic began.
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Taking to his Instagram Story, Jax Taylor posted a meme of 17-year-old Bhad Bhabie, who hails from Boynton Beach, Florida. The singer, whose real name is Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli, got her start when her phrase “Catch me outside!” caught wind after her appearance on Dr. Phil in September 2016.
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In Jax’s meme, Bhad Bhabie is seen glaring with attitude at the camera with the words: “Everyone: Stay inside. Florida: ___,” indicating that her rude stare is the entire state’s mood.
Jax flew to Brittany Cartwright’s side over the weekend, just in time to celebrate their one-year of marriage. It’s about time too. She’s been in Kentucky for nearly two weeks after rushing to be with her mother after she landed in the Intensive Care Unit. While Brittany was with her mom and informed followers she has a “long road ahead,” Jax Taylor was in Los Angeles. The duo has been attacked by fans for their behavior with several people calling for Bravo to fire the stars.