Vanderpump Rules Star Lala Kent Shades Bravo Stars for Living With Exes After Splits and Wonders About Deep “F*cked Up” Reason

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Lala Kent Wonders About Deep, "F*cked Up" Reason Bravolebrities Stay Living With "Toxic" Exes After Sandoval and Ariana's Split

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Lala Kent doesn’t understand why certain Bravo couples have opted to remain under the same roof following their splits.

On a recent episode of her podcast, the Vanderpump Rules star, 33, gave a nod to co-stars Tom Sandoval, 40, and Ariana Madix, 38, who have continued to live together in the months since their March split, as she mentioned that Real Housewives of Atlanta star Drew Sidora, 38, is still living with Ralph Pittman Jr., 40.

“Drew is still living with her person, her ex, her not ex, and I was like, ‘We’re out in these streets pulling a Tom and Ariana?’ This is like a common thing. What is this? What is going on?” Lala wondered on Give Them Lala, via a clip shared by Bravo Snark Side on Instagram.

In August, after Sandoval stepped out with rumored new flame Tii, Ariana explained her decision to keep living with him at their $2 million home in Los Angeles on Instagram.

“I live in my home that I own while working with my lawyer and financial advisors to navigate the best path forward before uprooting my dog and my elderly cat and causing more trauma for the three of us,” she explained.

But according to Lala, who immediately moved out of the $6 million Bel Air home where she was living with former fiancé Randall Emmett, 52, after their split, she doesn’t understand the concept.

“[It’s] way harder to be like, ‘We’re breaking up, you toxic f*ck. I’ll be down the hall if you need me.’ That sounds like it would take me out. I couldn’t do it,” she admitted. “[But] there’s gotta be a reason. Can someone please tell me, if you are a lawyer or something, the reasoning behind, because is there something legally that I do not understand?”

After noting that she didn’t own the home she shared with Randall, Lala said she likely would’ve made a quick exit either way.

“I would’ve been chucking up duces being like ‘I’m out of here. We’ll figure that out later,’” she shared.

Then, after her brother Easton suggested there could be a deeper reason for the couples staying together, saying they may need therapists to sort out the possible “f*cked up reason” for remaining together post-split, Lala seemed to agree.

“Oh I like that, Easton, I like that a lot,” she stated.

Vanderpump Rules season 11 is expected to premiere on Bravo later this year or in early 2024.