AceShowbiz - 50 Cent has reacted to Lala Kent talking about his beef with her and her fiance Randall Emmett during a recent episode of "Vanderpump Rules". Taking to his Instagram account, the "In Da Club" rapper took a jab at Lala.
"Why this b***h don't just leave it alone," Fiddy wrote on Thursday, June 11 alongside a screenshot of Lala's interview with Andy Cohen during the "Vanderpump Rules" season 8 reunion on Tuesday, June 9. "I don't have beef with this h**, I had issues with Randell [sic] he paid me the money, it's done. I'm sure Amber is laughing at this guys choices."
During the reunion, Lala addressed her beef with Fofty which started back in 2019 after the latter asked Randall to quickly pay his $1 million debt. "Everything's good now," she shared. "Myself and Randall and this rapper, we don't speak about each other."
As to why viewers didn't get to see their feud in season 8, Lala explained, "Well, number one, when this all happened, we were not filming." She went on saying, "I think we would have had a much harder time if it was happening during filming. But there was also a lot of legal stuff going on that … Yeah."
"I mean, I won't say more than I can," the TV star continued. "There was a very public beef between myself and a pretty famous rapper, and it got very bad."
This arrived after 50 mocked the couple for delaying their wedding because of coronavirus outbreak. In a now-deleted post on Wednesday, March 18, the "Power" creator shared a screenshot of a news article about their postponed nuptials. The Grammy winner later wrote in the caption, "Wasn't nobody going to this s**t anyway."
One week prior, Randall and Lala decided to push back their wedding ceremony. "We have decided to move the date of our wedding to July, given the unfortunate circumstances of what is going on," the couple said in a joint statement. "We are obviously saddened by this but for the ultimate safety of our families and guests."
"We have made the decision to wait and see how everything progresses. Safety will always be our number one priority," the statement continued.