Selling Sunset star Emma fails to hide her rage as co-star Vanessa claims her cheeseburger flavoured empanadas are inauthentic  

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Selling Sunset star Emma Hernan was unable to hide her annoyance when her co-star Vanessa Villela took aim at her vegan empanada business.

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The real estate agent, 29, has regularly used the show plug her cheeseburger and pizza flavored empanadas, which retail at $99 for a pack of the frozen snacks.

However Mexican native Vanessa, 44, made a dig at the ‘inauthentic’ take on the Latin American dish when she was quizzed about them at the show’s reunion.

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Empa-NADA! Selling Sunset star Emma Hernan was unable to hide her annoyance (pictured) when her co-star Vanessa Villela took aim at her vegan empanada business

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An empanada is a type of baked or fried turnover consisting of pastry and filling, common in Spanish, other Southern European, Latin American.

At the opening of the show, host Tan France, asked: ‘Emapanadas! You know them better than most of these white kids. What is that all about? Are they actually empanadas?

Vanessa replied: ‘I mean, yes, because you made them empanadas. But they’re not really. I mean, yes and no. But not in a bad way. I didn’t mean it in a bad way. In Mexico, we know empanadas another way.’

Emma did not appear remotely impressed by Vanessa’s response and smiled through gritted teeth as the camera panned to her.

Not for me thanks!  However Mexican native Vanessa, 44, made a dig at the 'inauthentic' take on the Latin American dish when she was quizzed about them at the show's reunion

Not for me thanks! However Mexican native Vanessa, 44, made a dig at the ‘inauthentic’ take on the Latin American dish when she was quizzed about them at the show’s reunion

So thanks how she makes her... dough!  An empanada is a type of baked or fried turnover consisting of pastry and filling, common in Spanish, other Southern European, Latin American

So thanks how she makes her… dough! An empanada is a type of baked or fried turnover consisting of pastry and filling, common in Spanish, other Southern European, Latin American

Selling Sunset viewers did not miss the awkward exchange and took to Twitter after the episode aired to share their views.

Sharing a meme of Emma’s face, one person wrote: ‘Emma’s face when Vanessa says her empanadas aren’t real empanadas #SellingSunset #SellingSunsetReunion.’

Another said: ‘Vanessa shading Emma’s gentrified empanadas got me dead af. Right in the beginning too – like the show wanted us to have a lil giggle #SellingSunset.’

At the opening of the show, host Tan France, asked: 'Emapanadas!  You know them better than most of these white kids.  What is that all about?  Are they actually empanadas?

At the opening of the show, host Tan France, asked: ‘Emapanadas! You know them better than most of these white kids. What is that all about? Are they actually empanadas?

Unimpressed?  Emma did not appear remotely impressed by Vanessa's response and smiled through gritted teeth as the camera panned to her

Unimpressed? Emma did not appear remotely impressed by Vanessa’s response and smiled through gritted teeth as the camera panned to her

A third said: ‘Vanessa said EYE would not call those empanandas.’

One other said: ‘Vanessa keeping it real about the gentrification of empanadas.’

Another person commented: ‘Lmao the host of this Selling Sunset reunion said exactly what all POC were thinking about Ms Emma and her white ass empanadas.’

One other said: ‘While Vanessa did not say much during the Selling Sunset reunion she did tell Emma her empanadas weren’t real and that MATERS.’

Reaction: Selling Sunset viewers did not miss the awkward exchange and took to Twitter after the episode aired to share their views

Reaction: Selling Sunset viewers did not miss the awkward exchange and took to Twitter after the episode aired to share their views

Business story: Three years later when her grandfather - who owned the food company Yankee Trader Seafood - died, Emma loaned her family money to keep the business afloat

Business story: Three years later when her grandfather – who owned the food company Yankee Trader Seafood – died, Emma loaned her family money to keep the business afloat

A different person said: ‘Vanessa dragging Emma’s empanadas in the first 5 minutes of the reunion 100% makes up for her saying like 4 words the entire season.’

Vanessa previously referenced Emma’s empanadas during season four of the program when she admitted she was confused by the fillings.

‘I know what empanadas are and I love empanadas, don’t get me wrong. But never in a million years I never thought they could be like, cheeseburger or crab. Those aren’t even empanadas.’

Emma’s business dates back to when she invested in the stock market at the 14.

More affordable: The pack is also available to buy for a more reasonable $10.99 from Costco in the Northwest region of the US.  It is unclear why there is such a difference in cost

More affordable: The pack is also available to buy for a more reasonable $10.99 from Costco in the Northwest region of the US. It is unclear why there is such a difference in cost

What's going on!  While it may seem an expensive price tag, it is comparable to other empanadas available on the market.  Such as the Goya brand which are sold at Walmart for $92

What’s going on! While it may seem an…

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