After deleting all of the images of the producer from her page in April amid their messy feud with rapper 50 Cent, the Vanderpump Rules star returned to Instagram, where she gushed over her soon-to-be husband and revealed why she removed his pictures.
“I’ve been with this man 3 and half years. We’ve been through hell and back together. He is my soulmate, apart of who I am,” she wrote. “The day I met him I knew I wanted to protect him forever.”
According to Lala, she’s extra protective of Randall because he isn’t the one who signed up to be a public figure.
“Sometimes things don’t go exactly as I plan. People are hurtful. They create entertainment off of your pain. I get it, it’s what I signed up for. I don’t feel he did,” she explained.
Lala went on to explain that she deleted Randall from her page in an effort to shield him from the negative comments people were making after 50 Cent accused her of being a “hoe” and suggested she is a gold-digger.
“In a moment of feeling protective, angry, and impulsive, I deleted every photo of him, including the moment we got engaged. I felt what people were saying was so unfair and I’m the one that put him out there like that,” Lala continued. “He is the love of my life. He is kind, and thoughtful, and everything you want when you’re thinking of your future partner. It is a privilege to be around him. No matter what anyone will ever have to say, this is my boo. This is our life. Rand, I will always protect you.”
In closing, Lala said she was looking forward to “locking [Randall] down for life” on April 18, 2020.
In response to Lala’s post, Randall shared the same image on his page.
“So blessed, thank you to the love of my life for alway loving me,” he wrote back to her. “I cannot wait to be your husband. You are my rock!!! I love you forever!”
Vanderpump Rules season eight is currently in production and expected to premiere on Bravo TV sometime later this year.
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