Mya Allen admits her “Summer House” co-star Lindsay Hubbard wasn’t too thrilled with comments she made on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” last week.
“I have been speaking to Lindsay as of late,” Allen, 31, tells Page Six exclusively. “She’s not happy with things that I said on ‘Watch What Happens.’ I spoke honestly. I spoke from my heart, from my gut, from my truth, and that’s really all I can give.”
The Knead founder explains, however, that she still doesn’t totally understand what she said that activated her on-again, off-again friend.
“I have a lot of people that have watched it back, and I’ve said, like, ‘Where’s the problem?’ But ask Lindsay,” she tells us.
Allen appeared on the late-night Bravo talk show on Feb. 20 with her close friend and co-star Kyle Cooke, who also didn’t hold back on the current status of his rocky relationship with Hubbard and her fiancé, Carl Radke.
“I thought that for sure it would be on him, not me, and so the fact that I’m getting a lot of heat from her right now, I’m like, ‘But I didn’t even really say anything all that crazy!'” Allen shares.
During her “WWHL” appearance, Allen commented on her strained friendship with Hubbard, 36, and Radke, 38, which played out in the first two episodes of “Summer House” Season 7.
At one point, a fan asked Allen whether she regretted calling Hubbard a “bitch” during one of their conversations, to which she said she did not. She and Cooke, 40, also agreed with past assessments from their co-stars that the publicist is the “rudest to fans.”
During another segment, Andy Cohen asked which cast member will have “the most people coming for him or her” at their show’s upcoming reunion taping.
“I think that there’s a clear divide in the house, and I think it’s gonna look a lot like last year’s reunion,” Allen predicted, “so I would say that Lindsay is going to say that we’re ganging up on her.”
As for Hubbard’s thoughts on Allen’s “WWHL” comments, Hubbard told Page Six that she texted Allen “asking where her obvious outward hatred towards me was coming from.”
“I thought we were in a good place,” Hubbard explained. “I spoke very highly of her during my appearance on the show the week before, so I was pretty surprised by her extremely negative comments, especially since I said she was a good friend to me at times during the summer.”
Allen was previously close friends with both Radke and Hubbard until they argued over her asking the former Loverboy employee to smoke weed with her amid his sobriety journey.
Allen tells Page Six that she no longer has a relationship with Radke and only considers Hubbard an “acquaintance.”
“I think that Lindsay and I have a good summer,” she teases of the currently airing season. “I think that you’ll see with conflicts we end up having in the house, but I do try to stick up for her. … But also, you know, Lindsay and I disagree on things, so I think that we have — I don’t know if I’d call us friends, but I think that we are acquaintances.”
“Summer House” airs on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.