"I needed her and she wasn’t there because she had dinner with celebrities. Let's be real."
update 6:30am pt 9/28/2020
Lala shared her thoughts on Scheana "dragging" her to social media on Saturday afternoon, saying she's "not trippin too hard."
"In her mind that's how it happened. She would rather focus on me 'not being there for her' than the fact her man said he was working, turned his phone off, and went golfing that day. Weird how that was just glazed over. This is why her relationships are always a train wreck that make epic TV. She makes reality TV gold."
She continued, "She claims I chose celebrity over her. Girl, weren't you just capitalizing off banging John Mayor [sic] 100 years ago?"
"She has a way of making everything about her. I've accepted that about her and found the endearing parts of it," Lala wrote. "She has an idea of how everyone should react in certain situations. We usually daily and she is left disappointed. This is why she has a new best friend everyday. We can't keep up."
She concluded her post by saying she couldn't believe she "just gave that much time to this shit when we aren't even filming and I'm not getting paid. SMH."
"There's a priority list," Scheana's beau, Brock Davies, chimed in. "That's the best thing about pandemic, there's a priority list. You go, 'OK, here's our list of people who should come.' And we just didn't fall on that list."
"I think that it states pretty clear where our friendship stands," Scheana added. "Over the last few months, we haven't really talked honestly."
The singer went on to say the relationship began to deteriorate in June amid her miscarriage, while she was alone in Palm Springs.
"Brock decides to go golfing and I'm, like, literally [having a] full panic attack," she claimed. "I'm like, 'I don't know anyone in Palm Springs and my mom was, like 'Well, why don't you call Lala?' I was like, 'You know what? Actually, yeah, like, this could be a turning point in our friendship. She’ll be here for me at my lowest of low and we’ll get back on track.'"
"It was frustrating because she hears the terror and panic in my voice," Scheana continued. "I'm literally, like, 'He's golfing!' I was screaming at the top of my lungs. I was devastated. She was just like, 'I don't like that, I don't like that.' And I was like 'Yeah I don't like that either and I don't like being alone so can you please come over?' And she was just like, 'Well, um I'm going to dinner.'"
Brock -- who said he went golfing to deal with the miscarriage in his own way -- wanted to make clear that Lala invited Scheana to join her for dinner. But Scheana said she was not in the right frame of mind to be out socializing at the time.
"She literally said to my mom, 'If she needs anything at all, I will be there. I'm 5 minutes away in Palm Springs,'" Scheana recalled. "I needed her and she wasn’t there because she had dinner with celebrities. Let's be real."
Scheana said she found out the next day that the dinner guests included Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly.
The two women have a history of not always being on the same page, however. But during the "Vanderpump Rules" reunion in May, Lala apologized for hurtful comments she made about Scheana.
"I have been very disgusted by the things that I have said to people and [the way I have] reacted to people," Lala said through tears. "I thought that my sobriety was going to be the answer, but I just pictured Scheana seeing those things that, again, I did not mean. I love Scheana."