Lala Kent Says She Has Proof She 'Dinged' 50 Cent's Ego After Feud, Reveals Shocking Wedding Details

“What did you make of that whole thing? And why did you delete all the pictures of you and Randall around that time?” Andy Cohen asks his guest.

Lala Kent got out of her Instagram feud with 50 Cent seemingly unscathed, but she claims he can’t say the same.

The "Vanderpump Rules" star stopped by "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" Thursday night, where she told the Bravo boss she had evidence to prove the rapper-turned-mogul’s ego was bruised following his public Instagram feud with Lala and her fiancé, movie producer Randall Emmett.

"I mean, I listened to ‘In Da Club’ on my birthday, so that was pretty lit," the 30-year-old makeup entrepreneur told Andy, appearing to have let bygones be bygones.

"What did you make of that whole thing?" Cohen couldn’t help but ask. "And why did you delete all the pictures of you and Randall around that time?"

"You know, I feel really badly for Rand at times because he signed up to be a movie producer, and he just happened to fall for someone who’s like very out there and outspoken," Kent replied. "So in the moment, I was like, ‘F this, I’m not having pictures up for people to screenshot and send to me and write mean things.’ It was just the heat of the moment."

"But the whole thing, you know, I think I really dinged Fofty’s ego," she added. "In fact, I know that because I have a receipt to prove that, which I would never post because I ain’t that girl. I ain’t beefing unless I’m gettin’ paid on ‘Vanderpump,’ yo."

Andy loved the enthusiasm. "Let me ask you this," he said, "is there a part of you that takes a little bit of pride to know that you got under his skin?"

"Yes!" she replied ecstatically. "I’m from Utah! And to think it’s like, ‘Tupac and Biggie, Lala and Fifty.’ Like, what up, though?"

A thoroughly entertained Cohen pressed his guest about that statement. "Are you and Fifty just like Tupac and Biggie?"

"Not at all," she fessed up. "No."

When Lala’s co-guest, Kate Bosworth, noted she had to stand by her man during that time, Lala agreed. "That is my man," she stated. "I will rock with Rand ’til the death of me."

To refresh your memory (and because hearing about it never gets old) here’s a brief synopsis of the online argument that quickly became known as the Fofty Feud:

Earlier this year, Fifty 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, Fifty referred to Kent as a "ho" who gives oral sex for fancy cars. He even called the situation a "me too role play."

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

Fifty 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, Emmett 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 Fifty 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 either person.

On "WWHL," wedding talk soon followed, with one caller asking Lala who was the "bigger Bridezilla" between her and Stassi, who recently got engaged to boyfriend Beau Clark.

"Stassi," Kent replied without hesitation. "Stassi’s got it all figured out."

Lala previously announced she and her "mans" would be getting married on April 18, 2020, in Miami, Florida. "Why Miami?" Andy asked.

"We switched to Newport Beach," Kent revealed. "We did! The weather in Miami is too volatile. And my dad loves Newport — or, loved Newport — so it just sat well with me."

Kent also previously said she didn’t want her wedding to be televised, but when pressed about it Thursday, she said, "I like to hold things close to my heart, but I’m not gonna cancel anything out. Whatever happens, happens."

When Cohen asked his guest if she felt her recently wed co-stars, Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright, made "the wrong decision by having theirs televised," Lala said, "No, I think they enjoyed it."

One thing she doesn’t seem to waver on is her decision to not have Lisa Vanderpump officiate. "I’m supposed to be the star of that day!" Lala proclaimed.

"If you were gonna have bridesmaids, which ‘Vanderpump’ ladies would you have as your bridesmaids?" Andy then asked. Interestingly, Lala replied, "Stassi, Katie [Maloney] and Brittany," leaving out Kristen Doute and once-very close friends Ariana Madix and Scheana Shay.

Also interesting, Lala believes she’ll be inviting once-enemy James Kennedy and his girlfriend, Raquel Leviss, to her big day.

Lala also told a curious Cohen she and Rand would be signing a prenup. "Always," she stated confidently.

Andy noticed the comment made Bosworth chuckle, so he asked her what was up.

"I’m laughing because it’s so honest," she replied, before praising the reality star for being unapologetically herself.

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