Lala Kent is throwing some major shade at her ex Randall Emmett after he settled a lawsuit filed against him by his former assistant, Martin G’Blae.
“It was not ‘dismissed,’ it was settled. There is a huge difference,” Lala wrote on her Instagram Story Wednesday.
“What I’ve learned in this town is everyone has a price. It does not mean the victim is not credible — rather, they were overpowered, threatened, paid, then silenced. An art that someone has conquered quite beautifully,” she continued before hinting that one day Randall will “crash and burn” then “try to blame everyone” for his “demise.”
“And not if, but when that day comes — where your truth is revealed, that you desperately tried to cover up, you will have to look in the mirror and know no one did this to you but you,” the Vanderpump Rules star added.
Randall’s former assistant G’Blae, who is black, filed a lawsuit earlier this month alleging that racial discrimination played a major role in his firing. In the lawsuit, G’Blae also claimed that he was forced to undertake abhorrent tasks, including but not limited to paying for Randall’s prostitutes and drug dealers, while employed by the Hollywood producers production company Emmett/Furla Oasis in 2020.
Vanderpump Rules is expected to return for season 10 in early 2023.