Lala Kent thinks “bottom feeder” Raquel Leviss should quit “Vanderpump Rules.”
Kent explained in Thursday’s episode of her “Give Them Lala” podcast that she had to re-record a segment on Leviss’ affair with Tom Sandoval because her initial one delved too deep into the scandal, which is being filmed for their Bravo reality show.
Speaking about the scandal as a whole, Kent, 32, encouraged Leviss, 28, to depart the series, as the entire cast is appalled by her behavior.
“I don’t know if she’ll come back. I personally would leave and run away and go home,” Kent shared, “and go and live my life.”
Kent also placed full blame on Sandoval, 39, for the affair because of his “narcissistic vibe.”
“Men are a–holes, but you don’t expect your best friend who’s, like, a woman to do you like that and to sit there and look you in your eyes and confide in each other,” she said. “When the whole time that’s what she’s doing behind your back.
“That is absolutely terrifying.”
Presumably after Kent recorded her podcast, Leviss released a second statement in which she said she didn’t know what would come of her illicit relationship with Sandoval; however, Kent didn’t mince words while talking about whether she felt the pair would stay together.
“Bottom feeders attract bottom feeders,” she mused, “and real recognize real.”
The “Give Them Lala” author also said flatly that she and her co-stars would never forgive Leviss no matter how hard the former pageant queen tries to seek atonement.
“The group’s never going to forget,” she said. “That’s some low-down, dirty stuff.”
After Leviss blamed the affair on her “addiction” to love and said she was taking time to “heal,” insiders told Page Six exclusively that the cast was not talking to her.
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“If she was truly remorseful, she would stop making public statements multiple times a day, sending frivolous legal letters to her castmates, accept that she wouldn’t be in this situation if she hadn’t pursued a relationship with her best friend’s partner and end this bizarre PR spectacle,” our source shared.
“Raquel is not a victim; she just plays one on TV.”