Below Deck crewman lashes out at fan-favorite co-star

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The latest Below Deck spinoff, Below Deck Down Under, has delivered on all fronts as fans have come to expect from the hit Bravo franchise. This, of course, involves some drama between cast members, and this season, stewardess Aesha Scott and chef Ryan McKeown were the two who frequently butted heads.

It seems the pair aren’t resolving their issues as the shadow between the chef and the chef stew has continued off-screen and on social media. McKeown recently called Scott “scum” on Instagram. Many fans have called out the chef in his Instagram comments about what they perceived as his negative and rude attitude towards crew members and guests, and on April 7 he responded to several people.

One person asked: “Was it a goal to be villain of the season???? Or will it get better because… I can’t understand why you’re so disrespectful to everyone on a regular basis with no motive to get airtime or anything. McKeown replied, “So you obviously think reality TV is real. Good luck.” Another person then replied, “So you’re not a total idiot? It was all edited? You didn’t call a woman a ratchet bitch? That was edited? Or call Ashia a bastard, edit?” McKeown simply replied, “Aesha is scum.” These comments are available on this post:

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McKeown has shadowed Scott on social media before

It’s not the first time McKeown has called out the chief stew on social media following the season premiere. One of the crew members, Tumi Mhlongo, shared a photo of the four female cast members and wrote: “There is NO LIMIT to what WE as women can achieve. I love you weirdos.” However, McKeown took the picture and posted it on his Instagram with the caption “Dream Team,” with Kate Chastain’s face photoshopped onto Scott’s face.

The tension that has existed between McKeown and Scott since the start of the season recently threatened to boil after Scott was unable to find cereal for breakfast. The two argued about how to be better prepared for last-minute requests from charter guests, and Scott said, “How many yachts have you actually worked on?” McKeown clapped back, “I don’t know how many vacuums you’ve pushed, how many damn frying pans have you flipped? You keep vacuuming, I keep cooking.”

Afterward, Scott shared in a confessional that she thought she had really “uselessly” handled the confrontation. She said: “What I wanted to say was, ‘Hey, Ryan. These guests are paying thousands of dollars to be here, so could you please invest a little time in their very simple breakfast request?’ But within two sentences, he kind of flipped it and turned it into a completely different conversation.”

McKeown said his arrogance was a reaction to Scott’s attitude

McKeown said the way Scott came in rubbed him the wrong way, calling it an “arrogant question.” He said Bravo“Rather than communicating it in a way, I think it’s their choice of words [was] Poor. She kind of came in at a time when I was probably already getting frustrated, and I don’t think she handled it properly.

The American chef said he believes the bad blood between the two cast members started right at the beginning of the season. “Remember Episode 1?” he shared. “What was one of the first things she said to me? “What kind of person – are you mischievous?” So I’m pretty sure the arrogance started with her.” He added:

I mean, I didn’t go in there and ask them, ‘What kind of head stew are you? How many boats have you worked on?’ So I’m pretty sure she set the tone. Actually, I know that she set the tone and it affected me a lot from the first day I had to work with her. So my arrogance was stopped by her.

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