Lisa Vanderpump on Why Ken Todd Was Banned From Twitter as RHOBH Alum Explains Husband’s Absence From Social Media

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RHOBH Alum Lisa Vanderpump Discusses Husband Ken Todd's Twitter Absence, Says He Was "Banned" and Explains Why

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Lisa Vanderpump was questioned about her husband Ken Todd‘s recent disappearance from Twitter on the social media platform on Wednesday.

After many fans noticed that Ken’s Twitter handle is no longer accessible, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member and current star of Vanderpump Rules and Vanderpump Dogs explained why his account isn’t active at this time.

“This account doesn’t exit. Try searching for another,” reads a message under Ken’s former username, @KenToddBH.

RHOBH Ken Todd's Twitter Account Has Been Deleted

Following news of Ken’s non-existent account, one fan page set up to honor Lisa asked, “Ma’am, why did Ken delete his Twitter account?”

But Lisa, who quit RHOBH in June 2019, didn’t initially give a valid answer. Instead, she joked that Ken had deleted his account because no one was interested in his tweets.

“Because no one followed him,” Lisa joked.

RHOBH Lisa Vanderpump Jokes Ken Todd Deleted Twitter Because No One Followed Him

When someone else pointed out that they had been following Ken when he was still active, Lisa offered more insight into why he is no longer online.

“I followed Ken-but he stopped tweeting after awhile, so…,” the person had stated.

“He was banned [and] suspended a couple of times, for being too vocal re Yulin,” Lisa explained.

RHOBH Lisa Vanderpump Explains Why Husband Ken Todd Was Absent From Twitter

Ken most recently appeared alongside his wife on her E! reality series, Overserved With Lisa Vanderpump, where the two of them welcomed celebrity guests to their Beverly Hills home, Villa Rosa, for fun dinner parties and wild conversation.

Speaking of Ken’s role on the show in March, Lisa joked that her husband didn’t “really have to do anything.”

“He’ll just pour the wine. He probably loves it, because he literally shows up as the guest comes through the door, which, I would imagine, there’s not many husbands that’s like, ‘Let me help you chop the onion.’ No. That’s not gonna happen,” she said. “So, yeah, it’s kind of annoying when he arrives after the guest, comes downstairs after the guest, but, you know, I think every woman can identify with that. But he normally comes down with a puppy in his arms, you know?”

Vanderpump Dogs starts streaming on June 9 on Peacock.