“Vanderpump Rules” star Lala Kent reached out to Faith Stowers to apologize to her and make a truce amid the Bravo firing scandal but was it all to save herself from being next? Stowers recently revealed that following the firing of Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute, Lala Kent called her to make peace, something that she was happy to do. While Faith Stowers is ready to put their past behind her, All About The Tea is reporting that Kent’s action was to “avoid being fired.”
According to the outlet, Lala Kent “faked” the truce in order to save herself from being on Bravo’s chopping block. Last week, Stassi and Kristen were fired after Stowers exposed an incident where they called the cops on her because she looked like a black woman who was wanted for robbery. Social media erupted and viewers immediately called on the network to take action against the two stars for racially profiling their former castmate. They also came for Lala Kent, Jax Taylor, and Brittany Cartwright.
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In regards to Lala Kent’s truce with Faith Stowers, the star told TMZ, “Lala Kent reached out to me and wanted to start over for a clean slate and I was really happy about that.”
“She said that she was sorry that I had to go through all of this. And I was really happy to hear from her because me and her were really, really close friends, so it made sense that we would talk,” Faith Stowers continued.
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Stowers also added that she didn’t blame Lala Kent for their relationship turning sour. Their friendship went downhill after it was revealed that Faith and Jax had slept together while he was dating Brittany Cartwright. There are several reports that Lala pulled a knife on Stowers at one point, something Stassi has brought up in the past, but neither party has confirmed.
Calling it a “bad situation,” Faith Stowers said she “can’t hold that against her [Lala Kent] because I fight with my friends before too.”
“The world has their own issue that they’re dealing with, with her. But I think that Lala, as a friend to me, was always, like, a good friend to me,” she continued. “Things did have a turn that was unfortunate, and really, like, fucked up and sad. But she showed her true colors when she reached out to me when she didn’t have to.”
Lala Kent broke her silence on social media on Monday for the first time since Stassi and Kristen were fired from the show.