After the rapper shared a scene of Lala on Vanderpump Rules last week and labeled her a “hoe,” she fired back at him by mentioning the Me Too movement. Unfortunately, that didn’t go over well and in a series of new posts, 50 Cent is continuing to slam the reality star and actress.
In the rapper’s new clip, shared on April 28, Lala was seen discussing her 2018 breakup from her fiancé, Randall Emmett, and explaining that while she would miss hopping on private jets and flying around the world, there is “a lot of d**k out there for [her] to suck to get on a [private jet].”
— LoveAndyC (@LoveAndyC) April 29, 2019
“Do you believe she really tried to say some Me Too sh*t to me? Get the f**k outta here,” he wrote in the comments section of the Instagram post.
On Instagram, Lala weighed in on 50 Cent’s diss by suggesting he used the comments she made about her initial encounter with Randall to “diminish the validity of the Me Too movement.”
“50 took a clip of me talking about what I do behind closed doors with my fiancé and used it to diminish the validity of the Me Too movement. That I will not stand for,” she told fans. “If you have been effected by a man like 50, do not be quiet. We are not going to be silenced. I have your back. We need to let these f**kers know they are not safe.”
In response to her post, 50 Cent asked Lala how her Range Rover was doing and said there’s “no difference between Harvey Weinstein and Randall Emmett.”
As fans may have seen, 50 Cent shared a series of text messages sent to him by Randall, his producer on Starz’ BMF, days ago in which Randall claimed he was not doing well and heading to the hospital. In response, he asked Randall if Lala knew he owed him $1 million. The rapper then said that while Randall sent him $250,000 shortly after their feud, he wants all of his money by Monday.
As the weekend continued, 50 Cent shared a number of memes and videos poking fun at Randall for owing him money and trolling him over his potential feud-induced heart attack.
“[You’re] not gonna die before Monday [Randall], go ahead knock your self out. LOL,” he wrote.
The rapper then shared a meme in which a man was seen seemingly having a heart attack.
“See you should have gave me my money. What the f**k is really going on LOL,” he wrote in the caption.
In addition to Randall’s ex-wife, Ambyr Childers, weighing in on the feud and expressing her agreement with 50 Cent’s sentiments, Lala’s co-star, Jax Taylor, shared his thoughts on Twitter and mentioned the producer’s hospitalization.
“I just want my friend Rand to take care of his health, all I care about,” he wrote. “Nothing is worth going to hospital over. I’ve been talking to him.”
— LoveAndyC (@LoveAndyC) April 27, 2019
Due to misspelling of 50’s name in Randall’s texts, in which he repeatedly refers to 50 Cent as Fofty, some fans have now deemed this saga FoftyGate.
Vanderpump Rules season seven airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.