They're both known for speaking their minds.
But LaLa Kent seemed to backpedal on her words after hearing Jennifer Lawrence throw jabs at the Vanderpump Rules starlet during an episode of Watch What Happens Live on Thursday evening.
The 27-year-old reality television star was caught in the crosshairs after Lawrence admitted to Andy Cohen that Kent is somewhat phony for befriending her enemies, and took to Twitter to respond to the Academy Award winning actress before deleting her aggressive tweet.
Oh no! The 27-year-old reality star was caught in the crosshairs after Lawrence admitted to Andy Cohen that Kent is somewhat phony for befriending her enemies, and took to Twitter to respond to the Academy Award winning actress before deleting her aggressive tweet
'Did Jennifer Lawrence really call me a "c***" on @BravoWWHL? Annnnd talk about my mama?' Kent asked in a lengthy tweet.
'Bitch, you better pray I don't see you in the streets. You're one of the highest paid actresses on the planet... you claim you are "pro-women". And you call another woman a c***? You're gross.'
Kent's aggressive tweet was in response to Jennifer telling the show's host Andy Cohen, 'Bitch, you's a c***!'
Hours after she shared her words to her 96,000 followers on Twitter, the tweet mysteriously disappeared.
She later wrote, 'Yesterday I allowed people to push me into old ways. That was my bad. Today we are back at it,' before plugging her latest beauty endeavor.
LaLa appeared on Reality Checked with Amy Phillips radio show Tuesday morning where she admitted remorse for her actions, according to People magazine.
'I did a three-peat,' Kent said. 'I did one tweet, delete. Two tweet, delete. Three tweet, my manager called me and said, 'Lala B, what are you doing?'
'Yesterday I allowed people to push me into old ways. That was my bad. Today we are back at it,' before plugging her latest beauty endeavor
'She goes, 'You either delete the tweet or you delete my info for the next 24 hours because I’m not trying to deal.' So I deleted.'
She further shared her disappointment in the starlet for using her platform to bring other people down.
'You know what? The thing is, I mean, no one wants to be a called the c-word. Especially by an A-list celebrity on national television. I was such a huge fan of hers and it just, it bummed me out,' Kent said.
'I thought that she had a little bit more class than that. Let’s leave the trash up to people like me who do reality TV. Don’t try to steal my thunder, girlfriend.'
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