The reality show alum posted a meme that showed a bear draped across a mattress, surrounded by trash and broken objects. The picture read "THE NEW CALIFORNIA STATE FLAG", and the post was captioned simply with "California...".
It is unclear if Dodd was referring solely to the litter issues, or the ever increasing homelessness problem that is especially predominant in Southern California, but her followers had mixed reaction to shade.
One fan commented their full agreement, "Absolutely insane…….and that the people STILL support the same mayors and governor! Glad we don’t live there."
Another confronted Dodd about her appearing to mock those that struggle to survive without homes in California. "That’s not ok to make fun of homeless your blessed and not walking in there [sic] shoes. Be a little humble Kelly it’s not about Democrats or Republicans cause if you look at republican states they have the same problem."
A third fan chimed in, "Homelessness needs to be addressed with tough love. There are enough resources for every homeless person to have shelter and food and drug rehab and job training, etc.... 90+% don't want it. Why would they? No taxes, free handouts for drugs. Free food, etc.... there has to be accountability."
Dodd responded to that comment with a "100" emoji.
Dodd appeared upset that the popular website had an option to put in pronouns next to a user's name, and vented her frustration in a public video on her page. "Jennifer, so they switched up this Cameo bullsh*t, right? And they say, 'this is Jennifer she/her,' I don't get this. [...] You're either a boy or a girl, okay?"
The Bravo star has since apologized in a video, saying, "I accept everyone for who they are. I accept everyone for who they want to be and who they believe themselves to be and I don’t hate on anyone. I’m not transphobic. I was just unfamiliar with the language."