Pump Rules’ Lala Kent Shades Machine Gun Kelly for “Extremely Mean” Tweet About Randall Emmett Film, Reveals Where She Stands With Megan Fox Today

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Pump Rules' Lala Kent Shades Machine Gun Kelly for "Extremely Mean" Tweet About Randall Emmett Film, Reveals Where She Stands With Megan Fox Today

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Lala Kent appeared on Watch What Happens Live on Tuesday night, where she was asked about a shady tweet Machine Guy Kelly shared in reference to fiancé Randall Emmett‘s film, Midnight in the Switchgrass.

Following the latest episode of Vanderpump Rules, Lala slammed the musician’s post as “extremely mean” before revealing where she and Randall stand with him and Megan Fox, who were both featured in the film, today.

“I thought the tweet was extremely mean. You know, save the mean stuff like that for us reality TV stars. ‘Stars.’ But he did send Randall a text that said that he apologizes and the movie was great. So he redeemed himself,” Lala revealed on the October 5 episode of WWHL.

In July, after both he and Megan chose to skip the premiere of Randall’s directorial debut, Machine Gun Kelly posted the message below:

When host Andy Cohen began to speculate about why the musician would share such a thing, Lala suggested that he didn’t want to be attached to her and Randall and preferred to be linked up with bigger-named celebrities, such as Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker.

“I don’t think he likes being attached… you know they came out as a couple on our podcast, and I think it sounded fun. And we asked them a million times, like, ‘Do you want us to cut this out?’ They said, ‘No, leave it in. Who cares?”’ she recalled. “And then all of a sudden every article that’s written goes right back to on ‘Lala Kent and Randall Emmett’s podcast.’ … Well, they want to be hanging with [Kourtney] Kardashian and Travis Barker, rather than Lala Kent and Randall Emmett.”

Lala went on to agree with Andy, who pointed out that “it all comes out in the wash” before admitting she was highly amused when MGK got booed off-stage during a recent concert.

“He did get booed off-stage, which, I was here for it. Don’t mess with Slipknot, guys,” Lala advised, giving a nod to Machine Gun Kelly’s comment about the band being “old weird dudes with masks.”

As for whether or not Randall takes credit for bringing MGK and Megan together, Lala said he does not.

“Randall is actually very humble, and he did not take credit for any of that,” she said. “They just happened to meet on his movie.”

Vanderpump Rules season nine airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Bravo.