“Vanderpump Rules” star Lala Kent‘s fiancé is catching heat for his poor grammar again, just months after his embarrassing “Fofty” blunder.
Randall Emmett — who has produced shows and movies like “Power,” “The Irishman” and “Amityville: The Awakening” — paid tribute to his leading lady on Monday for her birthday and mixed up “your” and “you’re” …. and fans aren’t having it.
His adorably sweet birthday post got overshadowed by his poor grammar choice.
Emmett started out semi-strong, writing, “Happy Birthday to my angel who I love and adore till the end of time. Im the luckiest man on the planet to call you my own.”
Then failed miserably.
“Your heart is pure and love true. Your my best friend and lover and today we celebrate you @lalakent. Your a boss and leader,” he added, mistaking the word “you’re” for “your” two times.
He ended the post, “You give everyone a piece of yourself and for that we are all so lucky and blessed. I love you hun always and forever.”
While it’s sweet, fans don’t care and they’re rehashing the time he called 50 Cent “Fofty.”
Emmett’s post immediately gained attention for all the wrong reasons, with fans correcting his poor grammar.
“You’re and your…please learn how to properly use them in a sentence,” one person wrote. “You’re and you. Learn the difference,” added another.
“Fofty,” commented one follower.
This isn’t the first time the grammar police has come after Lala Kent’s fiancé.
Just five months ago, fans lost it when 50 Cent revealed text messages between the two after the rapper accused Emmett of owing him one million dollars.
“I’m sorry again,” Emmett begged in the text chain. “I’m heading to the emergency room. I’m not doing well. I’m sorry for everything.”
When 50 gave him an ultimatum, Kent’s man responded, “I said I’m sorry fofty.”
50 actually made money off Emmett’s mistake.
As The Blast reported, the rapper soon began selling t-shirts with the misspelling and made over $300k almost immediately.