Lala Kent doesn't hold back when she's got a hold on anger, and it's no secret on Vanderpump Rules that wrath can get nasty! While being unapologetic about it, Kent is never one to shy away from her mistakes, and her fiancé Randall Emmett is no stranger to it.
Over the weekend, Kent took to her Instagram in a shady way to let Kent know whatever it is between them isn't water under the bridge for her! While most engaged couples keep the skeletons away from social media and in the closet, Kent let them all out!
Lala Kent deletes all trace of Randall Emmett
The 31-year-old and new mom to baby Ocean deleted all trace of her fiancé and baby daddy on her Instagram, including all of her archival stories that mention the 50-year-old movie producer.
While it isn't completely out of the norm for Kent to not have Emmett allowed to view her social media platforms, it is strange that she chose to delete every photo of her long-term partner.
Late on Sunday night, rumours were fueled that there may have been infidelity involved when Kent posted a story of her 7-month-old daughter being pushed in a stroller by a different man, and another man pushing a suitcase, while Beyoncé's song "Sorry" played in the background.
The song in question is about infidelity as well, and the lines highlighted in the clip felt like a cryptic message to her hubby.
"Now you wanna say you’re sorry, now you wanna call me crying / Now you gotta see me wilding, now I’m the one that’s lying, and I don’t feel bad about it," the song reads.
Memes circulating Instagram featuring a Randall Emmett beside Lisa Rinna holding a gun with the words "How Lala would react if Randall was cheating". Kent "liked" the photo, which was suspicious since the caption for the photo read, "Rumors are swirling that Randall might have had some extracurriculars with a couple of cocktail waitresses."
The couple were set to tie the knot in April 2020 but were forced to postpone because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Only time will tell, but fans can watch the latest season of Vanderpump Rules on Hayu or PeacockTV.