Zip up your tracksuits and sit down for this.
Meredith Marks’ son Brooks hilariously rated a series of offensive tweets about him that Jen Shah “liked” when the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” co-stars were feuding.
“Let’s take a trip down memory lane and rate all the horrible tweets that someone ‘liked’ about me a couple years ago,” the athleisure designer said in a TikTok video shared Sunday.
“Starting off strong, we have, ‘Meredith’s grown ass son was so offended for nothing,’” he stated.
Brooks, 23, joked that he was “glad” Shah, 49, “agreed” and gave the post a “five out of 10.”
Taking notice of the original tweeter’s username, “I Hate It Here,” he then adjusted his rating.
“Actually, I’ll give it a six because I feel bad that the person ‘hates it here,’” he said sarcastically.
The next tweet read, “‘His scenes tonight made me hate him and his elitist attitude.’”
Brooks admitted he was a fan.
“I love this one,” he said before joking, “You know what they say: The higher the altitude, the more elite the attitude.”
Because the tweet had “more thought” put into it, he gave it an “eight out of 10.”
Another tweet that Shah “liked” described Brooks as a “dramatic brat.” He gave it a “nine out of 10” simply because it was accompanied by a meme that he found “funny.”
It featured a photo of Tiffany “New York” Pollard with the caption, “You should have just sat there and drank your almond milk.”
A subsequent tweet included notably derogatory language about Brooks: “The way I’d LOVE for Jen to turn around and call Brooks a s!ssy b!tch.”
He gave it a “6.5 out of 10 because it traumatized me.”
Brooks concluded his video with a tweet that he found particularly amusing.
“This one’s killing me. This is honestly a 10 out of 10: ‘Jen Shah would eat Brooks alive,’” he said, exclaiming, “Like, she would!”
Brooks’ mother, Meredith, 51, previously took Shah to task for “liking,” retweeting and commenting on derogatory posts in “RHOSLC” Season 2.
During a group ice-fishing scene, Meredith went off on Shah over the insensitive social media behavior.
“There are homophobic tweets regarding my son’s sexuality that you have ‘liked.’ It is really painful,” she began. “I was told about a Zoom that you hosted where you were questioning him coming out and his sexuality.”
The jewelry designer went on to acknowledge Shah’s insistence that “Brooks has never seen a vagina.” The hurtful joke was made in response to the Brooks’ claims that he saw Shah’s private parts, which made him uncomfortable, during a get-together at the Marks family home in Season 1.
“Those are negative, homophobic microaggressions for a young adult who has not determined where he stands,” Meredith continued at the time. “It’s horribly painful for someone to be pressured to talk about something they’re not ready to talk about.”
Meredith and Brooks eventually made amends with Shah, and their reconciliation was featured on “Salt Lake City” Seasons 2 and 3.
The latest installment of the Bravo reality show also documented more of Shah’s fraud case, ending with her last-minute plea reversal that took place in July 2022.
On Jan. 6, nearly six months after admitting her guilt, Shah was sentenced to six and a half years in prison for running a nationwide telemarketing scheme that targeted thousands of people, predominantly the elderly. She is scheduled to surrender on Feb. 17.
Part one of the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” Season 3 reunion — not including Shah — airs Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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