Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman – who judges the queens of Canada’s Drag Race each week – received his own “mean” feedback via Twitter.

Prompting him to deactivate his Twitter account.

The Canadian branch of the show is one that doesn’t use the reality show’s original hosts; instead opting for Drag Race runner-up Brook Lyn Hytes, model Stacie McKenzie and model/actor Bowyer-Chapman. Leaving them open to being labeled “unqualified” by viewers.

The most instigating of incidents occurred when Jeffrey told Jimbo: “Use [your time] better, maybe” regarding his runway look, while scowling like a hungry supermodel.

This led to fans calling him “mean” and unqualified.

Some fans were also angered by him telling Ilona Verley to cover her ass in full coverage make-up. Although, we can’t agree that he was body-shaming her… (if you can call out a queen for wearing busted make-up on her face, surely, her ass isn’t off limits either?)

Drag Race UK queen Crystal has lamented the fandom in his defense, branding them “racists”.

Crystal: Drag Race UK queen did a shot every time she threw shade

“So the black queer judge on Canada’s Drag Race gets bullied off twitter. Ya’ll happy?” the performer tweeted.

“The main arguments I’ve seen are accusations of “inauthenticity” (as if YOU know what’s authentic for him), and bad critiques (but none of the other judges are getting that half as hard).

“It’s a pile on. And it’s racist. And for what? Clout? Bet you would have loved a good old fashioned public stoning.”

That’s… extreme.

We think it’s safe to say that if any judge had been given that edit, they’d have received a backlash too. You don’t have to be black for audiences to dislike you… just ask Phi Phi.

Regardless of how one feels towards Chapman’s role on the show, everyone knows how nasty the fans can get, and it’s still no excuse for online bullying.