“I don’t think [Machine Gun Kelly] likes being attached.” she said on Tuesday, October 5. “They came out as a couple on our podcast and I think it sounded fun.”
However, she explained that once the couple’s announcement on the podcast started making headlines, they seemed to rather be associated with Kardashian and Barker instead of Kent and her hubby.
“We asked them a million times, ‘Do you want us to cut this out?’ They said, ‘No, leave it in. Who cares?’” she told Cohen. “And then all of the sudden, every article that’s written goes right back to ‘on Lala Kent and Randall Emmett’s podcast.’”
Kent continued, “Well, they want to be more like — they want to be hanging with [Kourtney] Kardashian and Travis Barker, rather than Lala Kent and Randall Emmett.”
Cohen chimed in saying, “With all due, it all comes out in the wash.”
“Trust me, I agree,” Kent added. “But, whatever.”
It isn’t the first time Kent has had beef with MGK after the rapper seemingly dissed her husband’s movie Midnight in the Switchgrass which Fox starred in.
Fox and Kelly met on the set of the film, although the “Bloody Valentine” artist skipped out on the premiere and threw shade at Emmett, who directed the film.
“If I don’t talk or tweet about a movie I’m barely in it’s because it’s [trash emoji],” he tweeted back in July.
“I thought the tweet was extremely mean,” Kent said. “Save the mean stuff like that for us reality TV stars. But he did send Randall a text that said that he apologizes and the movie was great so he redeemed himself.”