While Rossum has been active on social media after being trashed by her TV sister, she seems to be more concerned with celebrating a recent award win than addressing Kenney’s brutal comments.
The 35-year-old posted an Instagram on Thursday, October 14 to show off her “Alligator Candy” podcast, which was announced as a Gold Winner for the 2021 New York Festivals Radio Awards.
“I am so proud of the folks behind this,” she wrote alongside the post. “David Kushner, Composition 8, UCP, and Transmitter Media. You worked so hard and are so deserving of this recognition.”
Rossum seemed to be too wrapped up in the victory to get into it with her former costar, who recently revealed that she was happy when the actress left the hit show.
As OK! previously reported, Rossum left the Showtime series in 2019, a departure which Kenney described as “weird at first for sure.” However, she admitted the “set became more of a positive place” after her on-screen big sister was gone.
“I remember pre her leaving, I’d go to set some days and I’ve be very anxious having a scene with her because if she had a bad day, she made it a bad day for everybody,” Kenney recently dished on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast on Wednesday, October 13.
The Phantom of the Opera actress announced that she would be saying goodbye to her role as Fiona Gallagher with a heartful Facebook message back in August 2018.
“Try not to think of me as gone, just think of me as moving down the block,” she wrote at the time, while also giving love to the cast and crew.
Kenney admitted that she still has “a lot of love for Emmy,” although the pair “haven’t spoken in years.”
“But that’s OK. Hope she finds her happiness,” the 22-year-old asserted during the podcast episode. “I heard she had a baby and that’s beautiful. I’m sure she’s going to be a lovely mother.”
Rossum welcomed her first child with husband Sam Esmail back in May, which she announced via Instagram a day later.