RHOSLC fans shocked as Mary Cosby FARTS on camera then blames nemesis Jen Shah's bad behavior with giving her gas

RHOSLC fans are shocked after Mary Cosby farted on Sunday's episode of the show, before blaming Jen Shah for causing her gas.

In a clip posted to podcast host, Christian Gray Snow's Instagram, Mary confessed her need to "poot" in the middle of filming.


During a discussion with Jen and Meredith Mark's son Brooks, referencing the "cruel" tweets that Jen supported about the 21-year-old in last week's episode, the serious conversation took a surprising turn.

Mary started getting fired up while talking to Brooks about Jen's behavior, causing her to pause and announce that she needed to pass gas.

"We have to be silent," Mary whispered. "Because, I have to poot."

Jen and Brooks both stared at the Bravo star in confusion at her comment as the room grew silent.

She continued: "I need piece, I need quiet…to fart, sorry."

The TV star was not joking as she proceeded to let out a loud fart while the cameras were rolling.

A stunned Brooks began to laugh as Jen commented, "WOW" during a confessional video.

"And that's what talking about her makes me do," Mary responded after the uncomfortable moment.

Fans couldn't help themselves but poke fun at the incident in the comments, with one writing: "Mary is a national treasure"

Another user wrote: "She farted into Meredith’s expensive furniture"

While a third laughed: "Not self producing a fart!"

'HOMOPHOBIC COMMENTARY'

The sit-down was an effort to clear the air after Jen, 47, liked cruel tweets about Brooks' sexuality, angering Meredith.

Meredith, 49, discussed the matter with her husband Seth on last week's episode, saying: "I feel Jen has made homophobic commentary about Brooks.

"She knows nothing about his sexuality. He has not labeled himself as gay and she is busy labeling him that way," she revealed.

Meredith explained further that Jen had been "liking" tweets online that made harsh comments about their son, which she claimed were "cruel."

"Stop f***ing with my child and family. It's enough," she slammed.

The brunette then added that if Jen keeps pushing her she will eventually "unleash" her fury on her co-star.

Later in a confessional, Meredith said all she wanted was for her child to identify as their son.

"He can go down whatever path or journey he wants and none of this is any of Jen's business. So perhaps it's best that she keep her mouth shut," she warned.

SAY GRACE

Fans also had some choice words for Mary after an interaction with her son at the dinner table.

In another clip from the show's premiere, Mary, 44, was upset with her son, Robert Cosby Jr. when he forgot to say grace before eating his food.

The RHOSLC star wanted him to "talk louder" because she could not "hear him."

After repeating "louder" many times, Mary mocked her son with the way he ate his sandwich and called him "a child."

During their meal, Mary also urged her son to pay the bills by joining the army. 

Mary shares her teen son with her husband, Robert Cosby Sr.

Real Housewives fans went to Twitter to comment on how they were displeased with the prayer scene between Mary and her son. 

One fan said: "The way Mary is aggressively forcing her son to pray louder does nothing to combat those cult rumors."

Another wrote: "Why Mary need her son to pray louder?"

A third chimed in: "He didn't even know the prayer and you are the head pastor! My God! LMFAO."

However, one person stood up for Mary, and said: "I'm not the most religiously active person, but I really appreciate the way Mary Cosby made her son say grace loud and clear. It's not shameful to express your faith anytime, anywhere.

ALLEGED CULT LEADER

The backlash comes after the TV star's recent allegations of running an alleged cult by her former Faith temple members, according to The Daily Beast.

The former church members claimed that Mary had instilled fear in anyone who attempted to leave.

The TV personality was accused of allegedly telling them that they will be "condemned to hell" if they did not listen to her.

The members also alleged that she referred to herself as "God," and encouraged members to work for free or minimum wage at the family's numerous businesses.

Mary denied the claims that she was running a cult and defended herself to ET.

She said: "Clearly I’m not gonna get on national television, be a Housewife and be in a cult.

"Like, come on. I believe in my church. There’s no cult. My church members, they know those are false allegations." 

She continued: "Those are ridiculous. It’s the people that are looking for fault." 



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