Below Deck’s Hannah Ferrier Recalls Encounter With Rachel Hargrove

Hannah Ferrier and Rachel Hargrove. Austen Kroll.
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An unexpected Below Deck crossover. Follow these steps Rachel Hargrove‘s public feud with Austen Kroll, Hannah FerrierShe spoke out about her experience with the chef.

“I’ve actually had my own experience with her on social media, which I found really strange,” the Below Deck MediterraneanAlum, 35, told Page SixTuesday, August 23, 2003

Ferrier recalls getting into a fight with Hargrove (39), over a tweet she posted in April 2021. “Do Americans know what mangroves are?” the social media post read, to which the Below Deck star replied, “Grew up with them my whole life as well … I am curious to [sic] why she is making all these questions about Americans?”

The Australia native, for her part, noted that Hargrove clarified to a fan that she wasn’t trying to take a “jab” at anyone. Ferrier was unsure of her position with the Florida native after the online conversation.

“It’s not stupid. It’s just we’re from different countries. So I found that really strange, because especially in this day and age, to kind of insinuate that I’m taking a whole country where all my supporters are from and calling them stupid on the Internet is kind of a stretch,” she added on Tuesday.

Hargrove, 35, made headlines earlier this year when she insulted Kroll on social media. “Cheers to the most narsasitic [SIC] twat on @BravoTV,” she tweeted in response to an article about the Southern Charm star.

Hargrove posted a screenshot of Kroll reaching for her to question her behavior in since-deleted Twitter messages. She also mentioned that her problems with Kroll stemmed from an incident at the NBC Upfronts in Mai.

Hargrove later stated that she did not intend to continue working for Bravo. “F–k Below Deck” she tweeted that same month, adding that she would no longer be “accociated [sic] ” with “organizations” she doesn’t “believe in.”

Ahead of Hargrove’s public claims, the TV personality broke down her approach to costar feuds. “For me, grudges mean that I would actually have to care and give significance to that issue or that individual. I don’t,” she exclusively told Us WeeklyAfter previously facing off with, this will be October 2021. Eddie Lucas. “Also if you work in restaurants and in kitchens, my behavior is nothing different than anybody else’s. It’s just a little bit extra emphasized.”

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