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‘RHOSLC’ Lisa Barlow shares message about ‘miserable’ Costars

'RHOSLC' Lisa Barlow shares cryptic post about

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In the final season of Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, the group was plagued by shifting alliances. A long-lasting friendship between Lisa Barlow and Meredith Marks was all but destroyed when Lisa called Meredith a “whore” on camera and claimed she slept with half of New York.

Lisa also witnessed the end of her friendship with Jen Shah, who felt Lisa was abandoning her when Jen was criminally charged with fraud. Later, Jen and Meredith – once enemies – decided to renew their friendship.

In a recent Instagram post, Lisa wrote a cryptic message, seemingly directed at someone in the cast.

“Stop being a miserable f*ck – it’s really not attractive,” she wrote, ending the post with an emoji in the heart.

A fan quickly responded to the post, referring to her VIDA tequila company. “Lisa, I can’t help it, my bank account is not at Vida level yet.”

Lisa replied, “Omg. Hilarious. Money doesn’t buy happiness, but tequila does.”

Dan, cast mate Heather Gay gave her own response to the post, when she shared an image of Miss Piggy’s legs. Below the image, Heather wrote, “Miserable F*cks.”

She also tagged three of her castmates: Jen, Meredith and Angie Harrington

As of now, the meaning of Lisa’s post – and Heather’s response – is shrouded in mystery. Some fans think the original target was Jen, while others are less sure.

The answers will no doubt be revealed in the upcoming season. Until then, castmates are not allowed to release spoilers. For this reason, the Bravo universe is endowed with cryptic messages.

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