“You know there are certain things that can be discussed,” she said. “And there are certain things that go a little deeper that I will answer to the best of my ability.”
The Bravo celebrity also made it clear that she’s “big on accountability,” explaining to her listeners, “When I behave a certain way — this that or the other way — I’m a firm believer that the universe has always held me accountable and it’s made me sit here and face things and be truthful and honest.”
She added, “I know that I mess up sometimes, but I am very proud of my evolution. And when I look in the mirror, I know that I am a good human being and that’s good enough for me.”
Us Weekly confirmed in November that Kent and Emmett, 50, had called off their engagement after three years. “Randall did not want to split but it was Lala’s decision,” a source exclusively told Us on November 3. “The trust is gone. He’s been trying to win her back.”
Rumors that the pair, who share 9-month-old daughter, Ocean, had split started swirling in October after Kent removed all photos of Emmett, 50, from her Instagram. Days later, she “liked” a meme about the movie producer allegedly cheating on her and was spotted without her engagement ring while out in Los Angeles.
The Give Them Lala author, who moved out of the home she shared with Emmett last month, had not publicly commented on the allegations against her estranged husband until now. Still, some of her Vanderpump Rules costars including James Kennedy offered their two cents on the situation.
“Well, look, Randall and I have come a long way and obviously my loyalty stands with Lala, no matter what,” Kennedy, 29, said on the October 19 episode of Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen. “But honestly, I don’t know much. I just wish them the best. I don’t really like to dip deep into their business.”
However, after everything she’s been through with Emmett, Kent admitted on Wednesday’s episode of her podcast that “it’s very hard for me to watch this season [of Vanderpump Rules]. When I watch it it’s like I was just someone who thought she was in a very different situation than she was actually in.”
Keep scrolling to see what else Kent said about her breakup with Emmett:
The Nashville Girls
In October, Emmett was spotted with two women at a hotel in Nashville and on Wednesday’s episode of the podcast, Kent made reference to the incident for the first time publicly. She revealed that it was the reason she decided to spruce up some old ink.“I found out about the pictures of his name we shall not mention and the Nashville girls,” she explained. “[And] I decided on October 20th, the day of my book signing, that I was going to change my tattoo from [‘Rand’] to ‘bRand new.’”
Her ‘bRand New’ Tattoo
When talking about the update to her body art, which is now being sold as merch, she said that initially she wanted to keep it hidden — but now she’s excited for the world to see it.
“The ‘bRand new’ tattoo is such a vibe,” the reality star gushed. “It’s just such a fun thing to say, ‘Like, I’m brand new” … and it’s in my handwriting — and I am brand new.”She continued, “With everything that’s going on, my mind is right, you know? … Boss ass bitch.”
Courtesy of Lala Kent/Instagram
Turning a Blind Eye
“Unfortunately, for me, my head has been in the sand,” Kent said about her breakup. “I don’t know how the f–k I didn’t see a lot of this s–t.”
She did not go into specifics but admitted that her “meddling in other people’s relationships” may have been a “projection” of her own feelings at the time.
“I don’t know what happened,” the podcast host continued in reference to her relationship with Emmett. “All I know is a lot of things … that I meddled in, my comments didn’t age well and I’m okay with that. So, I think a lot of it is going to be talking about that and having to answer for a lot of those things.”
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