Below Deck’s Fraser Olender Shades Captain Sandy and Rachel’s “Bad Energy,” Talks Constructive Criticism and Suggests Sandy “Wasn’t Kind”

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Below Deck’s Fraser Olender Shades Captain Sandy and Chef Rachel’s “Bad Energy,” Talks Constructive Criticism and Suggests Sandy “Wasn’t Kind”

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Fraser Olender shaded Chef Rachel Hargrove and Captain Sandy Yawn‘s “bad energy” after the recent episode of Below Deck. On the show, the chief stew and chef seemed to get along face-to-face, but Rachel continuously spoke ill of him to the captain behind his back.

In one scene, Captain Sandy and Fraser share a tense moment on the ship after Sandy overhears Alissa Humber talking negatively about her.

“Not really sure of this week’s edit to be very honest,” tweeted Fraser on February 6, the night the episode aired. He also seemed to challenge Chef Rachel’s assertion that he was frazzled, and he called out Sandy and Rachel’s “bad energy.”

“We felt great, no stress, no one frazzled, everything under control, all smiles – aside from the bad energy from chef and Cap, we were gold!” he declared.

In another tweet, Fraser clarified there were “no issues” other than the “food never being on time” and a captain “who really didn’t like me … Seems as though there were insecurities everywhere.”

He also took a knock at his boss’ “constructive criticism.”

“Never easy taking ‘constructive criticism’ from someone who isn’t kind to you,” wrote the chief stew. “You can’t help but wonder whether it’s genuine guidance or designed to break you.”

Below Deck season 10 is currently airing Monday nights at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.

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