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Lance Bass Ends Business Partnership With Jax Taylor Amid Racism And Homophobic Accusations! Plus Lance Explains Why He Thinks Bravo Will Fire Jax From Vanderpump Rules; Says “I Don’t See Bravo Keeping Him”

Lance Bass feels Jax Taylor’s time on Vanderpump Rules is coming to an end due to his past racist and homophobic statements. During an episode of The Daily Popcast with Lance Bass podcast on Monday, June 15, the *NSYNC alum opened up about Taylor’s past comments amid Bravo’s recent firings of his co-stars over their racist actions.

“He will lose out. I do not see Bravo keeping him,” Bass said, according to Us Weekly. “I have a feeling soon this will be done. It gets bigger and bigger.”

Bass’ husband Michael “Turkey” Turchin argued that the network “can’t keep Jax” because of his past behavior.

Bass revealed that he spoke to Taylor about the comment. “I actually had a conversation about this yesterday and I feel like I’m the only person he heard it from,” Bass said. “He’s like, ‘I don’t understand this big nose thing.’ He goes, ‘Jewish people have big noses.’ Yeah — you can’t make fun of Jewish people or black people by their nose.”

“The fact that a grown man in his 40s doesn’t know now that it’s racist to comment on a black person’s big nose, especially on a public platform for everyone to see? There’s no excuse for that. You know that’s wrong,” Turchin, 33, replied, adding that Taylor, 40, has also said “very ignorant, homophobic things.”

Meanwhile, Bass believes that Taylor’s actions will likely damage his career after he revealed that the Bravo reality star stepped down from their joint business venture.

“It’s going to cost him everything,” he explained. “He’s stepping down from [our] Just Add X [business venture]. We can’t be involved and associated with any of this going down. We have to do the right thing.”

The news comes after Bravo fired Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens, and Brett Caprioni from Vanderpump Rules over their past racist actions resurfaced.

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