Josh Flagg’s Relationships Get Unsavory on MDLLA Show as He Calls Himself “Rude” and “Abrasive”

Josh Flagg’s Relationships Get Unsavory on MDLLA Show as He Calls Himself “Rude” and “Abrasive”

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles star Josh Flagg is dealing with a breakup this season. The real estate agent went through a “messy divorce” from Bobby Boyd and later moved on with boyfriend Andrew Beyer. However, they are now “on a break.” He’s also dealing with a friendship that fell apart in Season 15.

Bravo stars are often known for their larger-than-life personalities. Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles is a real estate sales show, but Josh Flagg is no ordinary real estate agent. He describes himself in Season 15 as “egotistical, condescending, a little rude and abrasive.”

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Josh and Andrew are “taking a break”

As fans get to know the MDLLA real estate agents after a two-year hiatus, Josh says he and Andrew Beyer are no longer in a relationship.

Josh recounts how he went through a “very nasty divorce” last year.

She adds: “Andrew and I have definitely taken it very, very quickly, and we’re taking some time apart at the moment.”

In an exclusive interview with Bravo’s Daily Dish in April of this year, Josh added that his “love life changes every day.”

Fans on Reddit expressed their opinion on the relationship, writing, “I’m not surprised Flagg and Andrew are taking a break.”

Josh Flagg ‘sticks to what he knows’ on MDLLA show

In the July opening scenes of MDLLA, Tracy Tutor says that “the market sucks.”

When talking about how he’s coping with the changes in the market, Josh states that he’s “doing a lot better than I expected,” adding that he’s “sticking to what I know about the real estate market.”

The Bravo star claims that she is focusing on herself and her loyal fans, i.e. real estate buyers.

However, his professional life is not without drama either, as he and Josh Altman are going through a rough patch in their friendship.

The pair previously collaborated on a spin-off, Josh & Josh, but are now on rocky terms.

According to Bravo’s Daily Dish, the men argued over a $15 million offer to sell the home.

In an interview on June 27, Josh Altman said where both sides stand now: “We’re definitely not in the same place we used to be.”

Fans are not happy about their split, as one wrote on Reddit: “I want Flagg and Altman to be best friends again! They were such a cool duo.”


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