Existing tenants during this “Under the Deck” season have plagued the crew and the drama between crew and guests continues to appear on our screens and on social media. festival.
Erica Rose, her mother Cindi Rose and her husband Charles “Chuck” Sanders were on board the Parsifal III and viewers saw the less emotional reaction of head hostess Daisy Kelliher upon learning of Rose and her mother’s return visit. .
When that was broadcast, Rose beat Kelliher back TwitterShare a boss reaction and write, “Love your reaction face [Daisy Kelliher]. You do your job well even if you really are two-faced. Keep killing people and spreading kindness.” She also responded to a viewer saying Kelliher was “real” and saying, “she’s not real.” She more:
She’s been texting me all year on instagram and even compliments me on losing weight.
I also don’t text or keep in touch with [Daisy] since this charter but she blocked me so i don’t have message receipt. She’s v calculation. I will expose the truth. And she is also a bully of other crew members.
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Kelliher said she had no problem with guests in season 2 but her inability to return was due to social media comments
Kelliher provided more context for her emotional reaction when she discovered Rose was back on board during her time. Pita . Party podcast with Alli Dore. She explained that she didn’t really have any problems with charterers during the second season but her perspective changed when she learned about the comments Rose and her mother made during the season. aired.
Kelliher told Dore, her third stew from season 2, “I see things written about me mostly from Cindi and I’ve also heard about things that were said about me on a podcast that Erica did.” She said Cindi Rose posted a message about season 2 that read: “All crews are working hard, except for Captain Glenn [Shephard] and Daisy, who I think was there creating fake ships and trying to pretend that he, she ‘yacht royal’ was working. “
The Irish reality star said Cindi Rose wrote that she was “ordering people around” but had never done any work herself. Regarding Captain Glenn, Kelliher read Cindi Rose’s comments: “Daisy told us to invite you to our women’s empowerment dinner. We really have nothing in common with you. I suspect you like art, literature, family, medicine, law. Even culinary skills – she’s talking about Glenn.” She continued to read:
What will we talk about? That you are an older, established bachelor and prefer to be alone? It is rude of you to refuse our good manners. You are 50 years old and should know how to behave by now.
Asking people to pay more than $25,000 each and telling them it’s a luxury ride and showing us the activities and complaining about us behind our backs is too immature and then expecting tip that we generously made. At least we have manners.
Kelliher said reading the text made her ‘blood boil’
Kelliher explain told Dore that when she saw the message, it made her blood boil. She added, “It’s a lie, it’s slander. This is crazy. And I didn’t retaliate. I did not say anything. I didn’t do anything, I just ignored it,” but then found out they were back on the show and that’s why she reacted like that in season 3. She said:
For what I was told, I had to serve and put a smile on my face to people who I thought were total bullies. They are everything that I hate on social media.
I hate liars, I hate fabricators. I hate people who use social media as a platform to spread gossip. And they’re all that I think represent terrible in the world and terrible on social media.
The Bravo star said that’s why she didn’t react positively to the news of their return and it had nothing to do with their behavior on the charter in season 2. She told Dore that she cried and was “very sad”, adding, “obviously, you can see why. Because they are horrible, terrible people. ”
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