Jax Taylor announced that he’s releasing a children’s book recently. The news garnered a slew of comments from fans who think he is unfit to be a children’s book author amid his racism and transphobia scandal. He is now being called out for his incorrect grammar.

Jax’s whole identity post-VPR is being a dad. He was allegedly fired from the show after eight years for making racist and transphobic comments. During his time away from cameras he wrote a children’s book. 

Viewers noted that anyone who has been even remotely following the “Vanderpump Rules” star over the years, would be able to judge that he just isn’t good with words. Jax’s grammatical errors have been pointed out before. He has even blocked followers on social media over it.

In a Reddit thread, a poster shared a screenshot of the controversial Instagram story in question. Jax’s post featured a picture of the Staples Center in Los Angeles as the signage was being taken down to make way for a new logo. The iconic venue will now be “Crypto.com Arena” amid a rebranding, per L.A.’s KTLA News.

Expressing his sadness, Jax’s captioned “Good by #staplescenter”. The spelling error spouted a roast session on Reddit as fans noted that he’s about to be a published author. “Good by grammar. Hello children’s book author,” the Redditor wrote. “As a person over 8, how do you misspell this?” another asked.

“Jax thinks by having the writing ability of a child that makes him a children’s book author,” a commenter joked. “His spelling & writing are @ a lower elementary level, & I can‘t imagine his reading is any better.” another fan remarked.

Others have speculated that Jax misspells words on purpose as a way to get his “engagement numbers up” from followers who direct message him to let him know about his errors.

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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