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See What Has Tracy Tutor Calling Out Josh Flagg: “It’s Not OK”
The Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent has a bone to pick with her BFF.
Tracy Tutor and Josh Flagg hit a rocky patch in their friendship during Season 14 of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles. (Peep the clip above.) Luckily, the two close friends have made up and moved on since the incident in Las Vegas. However, Tracy still has a bone to pick with her pal.
In a May 17 Instagram Story, Tracy shared a glimpse of Josh’s wood-paneled library. “I’m just sitting in Josh’s library,” she said, leaning back into a tufted leather sofa. “I feel rich.” The decor in the beautifully appointed room included plush red carpeting, a leaf-printed armchair, and a fireplace decked with a turquoise figurine.
Tracy then zoomed in on her friend. “Are you going to pay attention to me?” she joked, as Josh did some work on a tablet. “Of course, you don’t have a computer,” she teased.
In a Story that Josh shared, Tracy had a critique regarding his decor. Looking at her friend’s library shelves, the Fear Is Just a Four-Letter Word author asked, “Where are the pictures of me? I don’t see any pictures of me in your library. I see all these other people and I’m not in them.”
When Josh responded, “Sorry,” Tracy simply said, “It’s not OK.”
While Josh may have some work to do on his office decor, at least according to Tracy, he does have some home accents down pat. In particular, he has a fully stocked china cabinet — and he sees to it that his saucers, cups, and other items are kept in tip-top shape.
In his April 2 Instagram Stories, Josh shared a secret. “My idea of a fun Sunday is organizing china patterns,” he confessed. The California native shared a glimpse of his tabletop as he performed his Sunday organizing ritual.
The table was plied with gold-rimmed plates, glimmering silverware, and dainty drinking vessels with etched patterns, gilded rims, or green glass accents. Josh had taken careful notes on the collection, and bits of paper scrawled with ink also appeared on the tabletop. “I really need to get a life,” the agent jokingly captioned one snap.