Jen Shah's Harsh Insult For Heather Gay On RHOSLC Has Fans In A Tizzy

The "Real Housewives" franchise is sprawling, and it isn't going anywhere. It all started 15 years ago, but what was once just one show — "The Real Housewives of Orange County" — has turned into a national craze filmed in numerous cities. The latest iteration hails from Salt Lake City, Utah.

The "Real Housewives" franchise is known for its drama just as much as it's known for its fashion. Still, the drama often takes the cake. In Salt Lake City, viewers have been seeing drama unfold between Jen Shah and Heather Gay. The former is a Muslim convert who found that she never truly fit in in Utah, and the latter is a "devout Mormon from birth" working on building a beauty empire (via Bravo/Bravo). Worth noting is that Shah left Mormonism and converted to Islam after learning of the mistreatment of Black people throughout Mormon history.

From their backgrounds alone, the two likely wouldn't have gotten along, and this has come to fruition with the latest episode of "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City."

Here's what Twitter is saying after Jen called Heather 'Honey Boo Boo' online

Sunday's episode of "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" has fans going crazy. The episode saw Jen Shah calling Heather Gay "Honey Boo Boo," a reference to the child star Alana Thompson who once went by the name, per Teen Vogue. According to Page Six, the confrontation began with Gay saying, "Comparing me to sea mammals, Honey Boo Boo, [calling me a] manipulator, liar, racist?" Apparently, Shah had tweeted these insults but deleted them. "Here's screenshots with your name on it. Jen Shah with a blue verified check. That means Jen Shah typed these words about me: 'Hey, Honey Boo Boo,'" Gay continued.

Shah denied the tweets, leading Gay to question their friendship. Ultimately, Shah admitted to the Honey Boo Boo tweet. "I took it down in five minutes, Heather," Shah snapped back. All of this led Twitter into a tizzy. "Jen, it's hard for people to believe the good stuff because you say a lot of mean s***. And we have proof of it bc the internet is forever," one fan wrote. Meanwhile, another said, "Heather needs to cut Jen [loose]."

It seems as though everyone online has sided with Gay in this argument, but what do you think?