It's not just fans who think that Jax Taylor will be next up on the "Vanderpump Rules" chopping block. Lance Bass thinks so too.

Bass, who launched the drink mixer company Just Add X with Jax, shared his opinion on the recent Bravo firings on Monday's episode of his podcast, "The Daily Popcast." During the episode, he noted that he thinks his business partner will meet the same fate as OG "Vanderpump Rules" cast members Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute, as well as Season 8 newbies Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni -- all of whom who were fired for racially insensitive remarks or behaviors.

"He will lose out. Look, I do not see Bravo keeping him," Bass said. "I have a feeling, soon, it's gonna be done because this will get bigger and bigger."

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The former boy-bander and his co-hosts also discussed Jax's past inappropriate remarks about people. Controversial incidents have involved Jax commenting about a Black person having a big nose, and, as fans of the show will remember, his comments about co-star Ariana Madix's sexual orientation, among other things.

In addition to Jax potentially losing his reality TV gig, Bass informed his listeners that the Bravo star is on the outs when it comes to their joint business venture.

"He's stepping down from Just Add X, which you know, we have to," the former 'N Sync member added. "You know, we can't be involved and associated with any of this going down. We have to do the right thing."


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While Bass would simply be following in the direction of many other networks and companies who have seen their stars, leaders, and partners take a step back due to indiscretions, according to a rep for Jax, that's not the route the beverage enhancement company previously discussed taking.

A statement from the rep to E! News explained, "Last week the Just Add X website had been hacked, showcasing some hateful slurs, which Jax felt horrible about. In an emotional state, Jax had texted Lance and the Just Add X team offering to step down from the company if that was the direction they wanted to take. The team immediately followed up with a phone call with Lance and the team reassured and fully supported him."

"It was decided that Jax would continue to stay on the team and that they all had his back given these unpredictable times. The statements from Lance on the podcast today are not only untrue but also extremely confusing and shocking to say the least," the statement continued. "Jax is still very much a partner and founder of Just Add X and supports the team and the brand whole-heartedly. This has been a tough time for everyone involved, especially with the critical state of [his wife] Brittany's mother in the ICU, their focus has been on that."

It is unclear if Jax will star on a potential ninth season of "Vanderpump Rules," so, only time will tell. And while some fans worry that the exit of some of the shows OG's would harm the show, former cast member Billie Lee feels otherwise.

"To be honest, there are amazing people on that show that celebrate Black people and celebrate Black lives and LGBTQ people. Those people need to have more camera time," Billie, who appeared on the series for Season 6 and 7, told HollywoodLife last week. "Tom (Sandoval), Ariana, James (Kennedy) & Raquel (Leviss), Scheana (Shay). They go above and beyond for me."

"Vanderpump Rules" airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EDT on Bravo.

"Vanderpump Rules" star Jax Taylor
"Vanderpump Rules" star Jax Taylor pictured in a promotional cast photo. Tommy Garcia/Bravo