Lala Kent Reveals Why She Deleted Every Trace of Randall Emmett from Instagram Following That 'Fofty' Feud
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"Sometimes, things don't go exactly as I plan," the "Vanderpump Rules" star shares. "People are hurtful. They create entertainment off of your pain."

Lala Kent deleted every trace of Randall Emmett from her Instagram page following their very public feud with 50 Cent back in May, prompting many fans to suspect the Instagram brawl had caused irreparable damage for the couple.

But the "Vanderpump Rules" star couldn't be happier with her movie producer fiancé, taking to Instagram Wednesday to explain what exactly went wrong.

"I've been with this man 3 and half years," Lala captioned the same photo she used to announce their engagement last September. "We've been through hell and back together. He is my soulmate, [a part] of who I am. The day I met him I knew I wanted to protect him forever."

"Sometimes things don't go exactly as I plan," she continued. "People are hurtful. They create entertainment off of your pain. I get it, it's what I signed up for. I don't feel he did."

"In a moment of feeling protective, angry, and impulsive, I deleted every photo of him, including the moment we got engaged," she explained. "I felt what people were saying was so unfair and I'm the one that put him out there like that."

Of "Rand," Lala added, "He is the love of my life. He is kind, and thoughtful, and everything you want when you're thinking of your future partner. It is a privilege to be around him. No matter what anyone will ever have to say, this is my boo. This is our life. Rand, I will always protect you."

At the very end of her caption, Lala revealed the two had finally settled on a wedding date: "4.18.2020 I'm locking you down for life."

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I’ve been with this man 3 and half years. We’ve been through hell and back together. He is my soulmate, apart of who I am. The day I met him I knew I wanted to protect him forever. Sometimes things don’t go exactly as I plan. People are hurtful. They create entertainment off of your pain. I get it, it’s what I signed up for. I don't feel he did. In a moment of feeling protective, angry, and impulsive, I deleted every photo of him, including the moment we got engaged. I felt what people were saying was so unfair and I’m the one that put him out there like that. He is the love of my life. He is kind, and thoughtful, and everything you want when you’re thinking of your future partner. It is a privilege to be around him. No matter what anyone will ever have to say, this is my boo. This is our life. Rand, I will always protect you. 4.18.2020 I’m locking you down for life ♥️

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The unlikely yet highly entertaining feud began in May, when 50 took to Instagram to share a clip from the show of Lala telling co-star Stassi Schroeder about how she met Randall and immediately landed an acting role in one of his films, adding that he got her Range Rover the day after she let him "hit it."

In his caption, 50 wrote, "10 seconds left in the 4th quarter, hoes are winning. Do you want a Range Rover? Yes, bitch, yassss. Then just run out and suck a dick. LOL. SMH. ME TOO ROLE PLAY: Are you an actress? Come to my hotel and act like you really want the role, then suck a dick. No good, Randall. No good."

In response, Lala shared a video of herself on Instagram Live, ripping into 50 and claiming he was "diminishing the validity" of the #MeToo movement.

50 retaliated by sharing a plethora of text messages he exchanged with Randall (they co-produced drama series "Power"), saying he owed him $1 million. He also likened Randall Emmett to Harvey Weinstein, likely because of Lala's response to his #MeToo reference.

In the texts, Randall apologized profusely, revealed he had asked the rapper to be a groomsman, begged "Fofty" (best typo since "covfefe") to make it stop and said the stress of the incident had sent him to the hospital with chest pains. But 50 didn't let up posting their private messages, brutal memes and photos poking fun at the producer.

Days later, however, the rapper announced he had received his money and that he no longer had any issues with the producer.

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