Earlier in the week he posted a passive-aggressive Instagram post aimed at his estranged wife Christina.And now Tarek El Moussa has taken to social media again, this time to show off his wakeboarding skills while on vacation in Arizona.Soon after 11 police officers showed up with a helicopter.
He also added 'or helicopter,' and tagged Christina.
The post - a clear passive aggressive reference to the argument - was shortly after the deleted and his friends told TMZ on Saturday it was all a 'joke.' Old wounds: Christina and Tarek had an argument that involved a gun and a police helicopter.
More pictures from day on the lake show the anonymous woman waving a flag and taking pictures of Tarek enjoying himself on the back of the boat.
Some action shots also show Tarek standing up on the wakeboard successfully.
On Thursday he shared an image of him under a sign that read 'No guns, weapon of any type.' The reality star pointed up to the sign and added the middle finger emoji Christina had some choice words for her ex on Instagram: 'No time for bullsh** when you're trying to build an empire.' She added in her caption: 'Only surround yourself with the best.'The move is strange on Tarek's part because for the past several months he has been insisting he is amicable with his ex so that they could continue to host their hit show Flip Or Flop.
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