Bravo star Cameran Eubanks reveals she won’t be returning to Southern Charm for season seven … after production stopped amid the corona virus
Cameran Eubanks has revealed that she will not be returning to the Bravo show Southern Charm for season seven.
Cameran, 36, gave the update in the comment section of her latest Instagram post.
“I miss the show! When are you coming back? a fan asked the mother of one on Tuesday.
The reality star bluntly replied, “I’m not coming back.”
Leaving the show: Cameran Eubanks has revealed that she will not be returning to Southern Charm for season 7
The South Carolina-born star has been a full-time cast member since the show’s inception in 2014.
Producers started filming for the latter part of the show, but it was forced to stop during the coronavirus pandemic.
Castmember Craig Conover previously confirmed the news and told Decider last month: “It’s a bummer with this unprecedented situation, but it really felt like we were back to our roots. It is very organic and transparent,
He revealed that the drama only got better as things stopped.
She’s done: Cameran, 36, gave the update in the comment section of her last Instagram post
Long-Running Member: The South Carolina-born star has been a full-time cast member since the show’s inception in 2014
‘[After] with such a long break, everyone got a bit of steam, so it was quite wild and a lot of drama. In fact, everyone was holding on to what was going on in their lives and the cameras showed up and started catching all the drama that happens in our daily lives. It was very good. “
In an interview with UsWeekly in November, Cameran gave no indication of her plans to leave the show.
“It’s crazy. It was a lot of fun and interesting to see everyone grow in different ways,
Season 7 is going to be a very high opening season in terms of, you will see that some people have made great strides in growth and some have remained the same. Unfortunately. ‘
Mother-of-one: Cameran is depicted with husband Jason Wimberly and daughter Palmer
Bravo has not confirmed who will return for the new season of current cast members Shep Rose, Kathryn Dennis, Austen Kroll, Naomie Olindo and Chelsea Meissner
Meanwhile, Dennis has apologized for the offensive remarks she has addressed to a radio host in Charleston, South Carolina.
Dennis slapped Tamika Gadsden who tweeted dismay at a beauty salon owner’s decision to stage a ‘Trump boat parade’.
Dennis bombarded Gadsden with a string of DMs, including a monkey emoji.
Gadsden then shared a screenshot of Dennis’s comments on her Twitter and tweeted, “This is what happens when a black woman in #Charleston speaks out against white supremacy in the form of MAGA gatherings.”
She continued, “My comments on: Mylk Bar prompted this @BravoTV” actor “@ KathrynDennis to mock me with monkey emojis in my DMs. Along with a whole host of other names. ‘
Hot Water: Kathryn Dennis, meanwhile, has apologized for offensive remarks she has addressed to a radio host in Charleston, South Carolina
Sorry: The reality star felt horrible after the radio host put her DMs to the test
After being called up on Twitter for her offensive and racist comments, Dennis tweeted a two-part apology on Monday.
I want to acknowledge that using a monkey emoji in my text was offensive, and from the bottom of my heart, I sincerely apologize to everyone and everyone I’ve hurt. While the context was not my intention, there are no “if and and or buts” who apologize … part 1, “she tweeted.
“Part 2: …. I didn’t think about it, and it was and is wrong. I know that I am not that person. I know and will do better, ”she added.
Gadsden replied briefly, “Apologies not accepted.”
No: host Tamika Gadsden did not accept her apology