FYI, Jennifer did start it :/
By now, you have may seen some headlines about the feud between actor Jennifer Lawrence and Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent.
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Lala then responded to Jennifer’s remarks in a now-deleted tweet:
“I did a three-peat: I did one tweet, delete, two tweet, delete, three tweet, delete,” Lala said on Reality Checked on Sirius XM. “My manager called me and said, ‘Lala, what are you doing?’ She goes, ‘You either delete the tweet or you delete my info for the next 24 hours ’cause I’m not trying to deal,'” Lala said. “So, I deleted it.”
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But Lala was definitely hurt. “The thing is, no one wants to be called the c-word, especially by an A-list celebrity. I was such a huge fan of hers, and it bummed me out. I thought that she had a little more class than that. You know, let’s leave the trash to people like me who do reality TV.”
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You're an A-list celebrity who makes more money than God and you're like saying you support women and you're calling another woman the c-word that you've never laid eyes on in person, never had a conversation with me. I tried to not let it bug me, but it never feels good to be called that, on top of someone who is that big and grand and A-list and glamorous. It was kind of like that kind of hurt my feelings a little bit.
Well, here's the thing. Now anytime you bring her up, like, I'm going to have nothing nice to say about her. I'm going to say that her hair sucks, her face is a little too pudgy, like she needs to stop the drinking, you know? I said it, you don't have to worry.
Key takeaways: These two are good, and let’s not call people the c-word or insult their physical appearance. Sound good?