Diana Jenkins’ fiancé, Asher Monroe, raised eyebrows on Friday when his Twitter account “liked” disparaging tweets about his partner.
A fan account called @MadBeefs grabbed screenshots of the tweets Monroe, 33, allegedly liked, including one that read, “Diana Jenkins is a horrible person inside and out and the only reason Asher was even on the show was to promote himself … I bet she even paid for it!”
Another negative tweet said, “Donating your money to charities is nice but it does not make you a good person,” perhaps referencing a recent $100,000 donation the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star made to victims of the Lion Air Flight 610 crash.
A third tweet Monroe appeared to like read in part, “Diana is boring.”
A source exclusively insists to Page Six, however, that the singer-songwriter is not responsible for liking negative comments about his other half.
We’re told Monroe uses a social media manager who is based in London and “randomly” likes posts for him — although it is unclear why this staffer would approve of bad remarks about his boss’ loved one.
It is unknown whether the social media manager has been fired or reprimanded for their inappropriate actions.
The insider clarifies, though, that Monroe and Jenkins, 49, are “madly in love” and there is “absolutely no trouble in paradise.”
The couple has not directly addressed the speculation about their relationship. However, the Bosnian-born philanthropist shared videos on her Instagram Stories on Thursday night that appear to show she and her husband on good terms.
In the clips, the couple can be seen playfully sharing a nighttime story with their 1-year-old daughter, Eliyanah.
Jenkins also posted an Instagram Story of her and Monroe swinging on a hammock together, and captioned it, “Love from paradise. LOL so stupid.”
Earlier on Friday, Monroe’s Twitter account “unliked” all the negative remarks after he was called out.
The musician and reality star welcomed their first child in 2020 and have since gotten engaged.
Jenkins was previously married to British financier Roger Jenkins from 1999 to 2011 and shares two adult children with him.
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