‘Selling Sunset’ star Amanza Smith blocks Chrishell Stause on Instagram

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Amanza Smith confirmed that she and Chrishell Stause are feuding after revealing that she has blocked the fellow realtor on Instagram.

“I’ve never given any reason as to why I blocked chrishell to anyone because I don’t think anyone has asked so far,” the “Selling Sunset” star, 46, wrote in response to a disgruntled fan in the comments section of her latest post, who called her out for “hating on” Stause for “no specific reason.”

However, the mystery as to why the two are at odds may come to light sooner than some might think after Smith added that she is “happy to share” why she blocked the “All My Children” alum “in due time.”

Smith stood up for herself in the comment sections after displeased fans took to her social media page in troves over the feud between the two longtime pals.

After a viewer commented that Smith “really disappointed” them after they “thought [Smith]” would “still be close with Chrishell,” Smith retorted, commenting, “Some things have greatly and obviously changed.”

Smith — who shares daughter Noah and son Braker with ex-NFL star Ralph Brown — added, “Blocking wasn’t to be petty it’s triggering to see certain people when you are hurt or disappointed etc. It’s a sensitive subject with me obviously.”

Fans also erupted with anger after Smith referred to the former soap star — whose full name is Terrina Chrishell Stause — as T and Terrina instead of her chosen name when defending her stance on beef between co-star Nicole Young and Stause.

“Nicole has been my dear friend for 11 years and T and Nicole‘s beef has nothing to do with me,” Smith wrote.

“No one even sees anything between T and I on season six so definitely don’t worry my loyalty lies with the people that I believe, are honest, genuine, and kind. I’ll leave it at that.❤️.”

Smith’s use of Stause’s birth name especially came as a shock to one fan, who argued that it was really “low” for Smith to pull something like that.

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Another user wrote that they have “lost all respect” for Smith following her treatment of Stause, who has been vocal about her tough upbringing in Kentucky as well as recently losing both her mother and father within a two-year period.

Stause has spoken out about her dislike of her first name in previous episodes of the reality show. However, the star did clarify in a December 2021 interview that her middle name was decided after her mother went into labor at a Shell gas station.

“My mom was getting car work done, and an attendant at the station was helping her and keeping her calm,” Stause explained. “Obviously she couldn’t drive to the hospital then, so the ambulance came.”

Stause continued on, sharing that after her mother “made it to the hospital,” she was inspired to give Stause a middle name connected to the gas station and the attendant who assisted her while waiting for the ambulance.

“He worked at the Shell station, so she just thought ‘Chris, shell’ — let’s stick them together. And you know, Chrishell was born, quite literally.”

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