Ever since it was revealed that Jax Taylor cheated on his girlfriend with Faith Stowers, she’s been spilling the tea on what really goes down between the employees on “Vanderpump Rules.” This time she’s addressing James Kennedy’s relationship with Logan Noh.
Logan is an openly gay new cast member that we were introduced to weeks ago. He’s one of James’s best friends and he is noticeably jealous when Kennedy’s girlfriend, Raquel Leviss, comes around.
In the latest episode, Noh and Kennedy professed their love for each other as friends but also as more than that. It was even pointed out by Leviss herself that something is going on between the two of them.
The moment left fans wondering if the DJ is bisexual. Stowers, who was close to James and Lala Kent at one point, told Radar Online what the deal was.
She claims that not only are the two friends extremely close, but they have a hot and cold relationship where one minute they’re arguing and the next minute they’re kissing.
She knows this because Faith, Logan, James, and Raquel used to go to one of WEHO’s most popular gay clubs together called The Abbey.
The former SURver also explained: “I’m not going to not say he’s gay. I think he has one foot in the closet, and one foot out.”
“Vanderpump Rules” has always been a very pro-LGBT show. They have an episode that takes place on the day of the world-famous pride parade every year and has introduced a new friend of the cast named Billie Lee who is openly transgender.
Viewers are split on how they feel about the ongoing storyline of James’ sexuality.
Some think that it’s wrong to put James on the spot if he’s not ready to come out yet while other’s feel that he may not be bisexual or gay at all but instead just close with Logan.
Many fans suggest that Raquel is only with James in order to be on the show. They feel the same way about Brittany Cartwright after she chose to stay with Jax Taylor after he constantly disrespected her.
What do you think about the new drama? Do you think people should stop making such a big deal about sexuality or do you feel it needs to be addressed?