Ashton Pienaar and Adrienne Gang from Below Deck frolicked over the weekend, forward of the season 7 reunion.
Gang was the primary chief stew on the sequence. She left after season 1 however returned throughout season 2 with a gaggle of a few of her favourite constitution friends. Since then, Gang remained in yachting and broadened her expertise to turn into a yacht chef too. She’s been watching season 7 of Below Deck together with the remainder of the viewers and just lately voiced her assist for Pienaar.
Pienaar has been dragged on social media and by a lot of his crew members. After forcibly attempting to kiss chief stew Kate Chastain on multiple event, he violently lashed out at her throughout a van journey again to the boat after an evening of ingesting. He additionally poisoned the deck staff towards deckhand Rhylee Gerber when she returned midseason.
Gang shared a photograph with Pienaar
Gang posted a photo with Pienaar to Twitter. “Awesome night hanging with #BelowDeck fam @AshtonPienaar tonight in #Clearwater #TeamAshton @BravoTV,” she wrote. Fans weren’t on board and Gang acquired important backlash. “I appreciate that you would support a friend but to be “team” means you approve of his violence. My opinion solely,” one individual wrote.
Another individual commented, “How can any woman be team Ashton? Perhaps you’re looking for a few more minutes of fame??? Ewww.” Colin Macy-O’Toole from Below Deck Mediterranean was additionally attacked for “liking” the tweet. Fans expressed disappointment that he accredited of the photograph of Pienaar.
One fan commented, “The fact @ColinMacyOToole liked a tweet with ‘teamashton’ on it, makes me really sad. Even the nicest guy on the planet thinks something like that is ok. We will never be rid of dangerous misogyny.” But Macy-O’Toole replied that he thought it was only a good photograph and wasn’t studying something extra into it. “Sorry, I didn’t mean it like that! Just thought it was a nice picture!” he responded.
Gang has voiced her assist of Pienaar
Before the explosive van episode, Pienaar expressed that he regretted a number of the feedback he made about ladies. “A tough episode at the end for me to watch tonight. I am not proud of my state or the things I said tonight. Apologies to anyone offended. I will learn from this and be better,” he tweeted.
Captain Lee Rosbach, who has since stated he would by no means work with Pienaar once more appeared to be in a forgiving temper on the time. “I bet it was pal, but way to own it and not back away from taking responsibility for your actions,” Rosbach wrote.
Gang retweeted Pienaar’s remarks in early January after the van episode was revealed and it was evident the deck staff was towards Gerber. “For all of you who haven’t done your homework to know that @AshtonPienaar DID apologize… a few different times. Again, everyone has done regrettable things they can’t take back at some point. SOME have even done it sober. Ashton is a good guy and he deserves forgiveness,” Gang commented.