'Vanderpump Rules' Star Lala Kent Shades James Kennedy's Mom: "Did This Woman Actually Raise Someone?"

'Vanderpump Rules' Star Lala Kent Shades James Kennedy's Mom: "Did This Woman Actually Raise Someone?"
Credit: Source: Radar Online

Lala Kent just finished watching last night's episode of 'Vanderpump Rules' and she has some thoughts about James Kennedy's mother. The Bravolebrity took to Instagram to vent her frustrations.

The latest installment of the Monday night hit split between preparation for Ariana Madix and Stassi Schroeder's joint birthday party and the fallout out from James Kennedy's firing by Lisa Vanderpump.

LVP received a visit from James's mother, Jacqueline Georgiou.

The 26-year-old's mom lets Lisa know that she's nine months sober.

Jacqueline is informed of her son's misdeeds and questions what others have done to make the DJ act out the way he does.

Lisa corrects her by explaining that James has a problem with respecting women and that she needs to put him in check.

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James later revealed that he has been supporting his entire family which includes his mom, dad, and younger brothers.

Kent saw the scene of Georgiou defending Kennedy and posted it to her Instagram story along with a caption that read: "Is this forreal? Did this woman actually raise someone?"

This comes after James publicly blasted Jax and Lala by talking about their deceased fathers.

Kennedy posted in a tweet-and-delete: "And Jax?! He is just a sad man after his daddy died. Coming for me ’cause I’m the only man he don’t like. Brother, make peace with your dead father, please, so you can be set free. That goes for Lala also."

James later apologized for the tweet.

Jax already called James and Bravo out for the rude words but Kent never commented on it. This may be an indirect response.

James and Lala's relationship has been strained for over a year but Lala explained that the last straw was when James disrespected her at Coachella with her fiance, Randall Emmett, present.

Do you think Lala is in the wrong? Will James respond?

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