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Bravo Releases Statement After Garcelle Beauvias’ 14-Year-Old Son Speaks Out About Racist Online Attacks From ‘RHOBH’ Fans


Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills co-star Garcelle Beauvais’ son is speaking out after being the target of racist comments from some of the show’s fans.

On Wednesday, Garcelle posted a note to her Instagram story from one of her 14-year-old twins. Jax addresses the harsh comments he’s been receiving as the show’s 12th season continues to air.

“Well I’d like to start off by saying I am still a kid and wish to not be viewed as a fully matured adult, because I am not one. It is currently my first week of high school and, instead of enjoying it like most kids at my school. I have to deal with being attacked on social media,” he says.

Jax mentions that he “did not sign up for this show, nor do I have anything to do with the show’s drama.”

“I just want to be a normal kid,” he mentions. Jax explained his Instagram account is for his peers and “not for publicity nor the public’s gaze.”

“However, middle-aged women spamming me with racist and crude comments about my family is not what I expected for my first week of high school.”

Garcelle later commented on the situation.

“I’m usually a very strong woman I’ve been raised to be strong my life has taught me to be strong but when it comes to my kids! It hurts it’s not OK I’ve been in tears all night it’s just a TV show people scream at your TV throw something at your TV but leave our kids alone #RHOBH,” she tweeted.

Bravo Network also addressed the recent controversy.

“We are shocked and appalled at the social comments directed at Garcelle’s son,” the network adds. “We urge our viewers and social followers alike to refrain from targeting our cast and their families with harmful rhetoric.”



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