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"Vanderpump Rules" Controversy: Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute Fired For Racism

Faith Stowers shares her story of the duo's racist actions against her.

Staple cast members of the Bravo reality show Vanderpump Rules, Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute, have been fired from the show.

The firings are a result of accusations of racism from fellow cast mate Faith Stowers, who hasn't appeared on the show for several seasons. According to CNN, "New cast members Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni were also let go, after racist tweets from their past recirculated."

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RIP to 50 Cent's Feud with Lala Kent and Randall Emmett

"Fofty" was threatening to crack Randall Emmett's head open a few days ago, but now the rapper is "wishing him and his family a very blessed day."

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50 Cent's feud with producer Randall Emmett and his fiancée, Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent was one of the weirdest beefs of the year, if not this lifetime.


It basically boiled down to this: Randall Emmett borrowed a million dollars from 50 Cent and the rapper/co-producer of Power demanded his money back, or else. But soon, things snowballed into a full-fledged mudslinging fest where embarrassing texts were revealed, Harvey Weinstein comparisons were flung, and plenty of memes were born.

It all started when 50 Cent (real name Curtis Jackson III) took to Instagram to post a clip from Vanderpump Rules of Randall's fiancée, Lala Kent, discussing how her relationship began: she let him "hit it" on the first date, and then got a Range Rover the next day. 50 captioned the video: "10 seconds left in the 4 quarter hoe's are Winning. Do you want A range rover [starry-eyes emoji] yes, bitch yassss. Then just run out [female-jogger emoji, gust-of-wind emoji] and suck a dick. LOL smh [face-palm emoji]."


Lala Kent––whose specific brand of sex-positive empowerment we recently dissected in order to decide if it's actually woke––is very passionate about two things: her man and keeping it real. If you've ever watched Vanderpump Rules, then you know that Lala is quick to clap back and point her acrylic nails in anyone's face who crosses her path. Kent commented on 50's post: "She swears she's a thug from south side Jamaica queens & she's up in here watching Bravo." She continued, "Someone has forgotten where they came from."

It's a big claim from Kent — who grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah — considering the infamous rapper was shot nine times in 2000 and survived. All good feuds escalate at a rapid pace, and this one is no exception.

50 responded by posting a text exchange between him and Randall, where Randall pleads, begs, and asks for forgiveness among claims of having a heart attack and heading to the ER in what would become the feud's most iconic line "I said I'm sorry fofty."


Well, Fifty's not buying it. He even posted a meme accusing Ran of faking the heart attack. The rap mogul is done waiting around, and he's threatening violence if Randall doesn't get the money to him by today, Monday April 29th. He warned in a text to Emmett "Keep playing with me and get ya fucking head cracked in front of everybody."

This spurred Lala to take to her Instagram story (it's not a real fight unless someone goes on vlogging rant) to voice her anger with 50 using the clip of her in a way she claimed served to "diminish the validity of the #MeToo movement."

Fifty raised the stakes when he reposted the video of Kent and claimed that there was no difference between Emmett and Harvey Weinstein. He captioned the video, "Hey how is the Range Rover? There's no difference between Harvey Weinstein and Randel Emmett! This is reality, not reality TV." Can you hear that? It's the sound of a collective "yikes."

50 Cent might have been ready to knock Randall out, but he seemed to have been having a good time milking the feud for all its publicity glory at the same time. Over the weekend, the Rapper was relentless in his mocking of Emmett. Fans went on Kent and Emmett's respective Wikipedia pages and made a few edits to poke fun at the situation and 50 cent even created t-shirts bearing the "I'm sorry fofty" line.

Of course, Chrissy Teigen had to chime in, because doesn't she always? "I never ever want 50 cent to be mad at me," she said on Twitter. "please love me, fofty." KK Chrissy duly noted.

This feud escalated from a simple bitch-better-have-my-money to a full-fledged discourse on the prevailing movement surrounding sexual assault. There may not be a setting that could be more inappropriate for discussing these issues, but nonetheless, it made for good TV. Not sure if Randall is faking the heart attack, or how this will affect Lala's burgeoning musical career, but we can all agree that we hope this arc plays out in the next season of Vanderpump Rules.

As of 20 minutes ago, it looks like the feuders have finally reached an agreement. Fifty got his money and seems to be all good vibes only now as he captioned his latest post "I got my money, so I have no problem with @randallemmettfilms in fact I'm wishing him and his family a very blessed day. 😏positive vibes now guys." The rapper has wiped most of the posts clean from his Instagram page, except for one last screenshot showing that he has, in fact, received the wire.

Randall seems to have cleaned up this mess for now. While the memories may fade, the screenshots will last forever....


Sara is a music and culture writer.


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"Vanderpump Rules is a show for geniuses" is the slogan of podcaster extraordinaire Lara Marie Schoenhals, host of the VPR-themed Sexy Unique Podcast.

She has a point. Vanderpump Rules, the reality spin-off from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, chronicles the life of restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump and her motley crew of employees at SUR, the sexy, unique restaurant. As the show enters its 7th season, it's begun to embrace the "personal is political" mindset and introduce a new set of thornier social justice issues into the mix.

The phenomenon surrounding the show's appeal isn't too hard to understand. VPR chronicles the un-aspirational lives of a group of unsympathetic characters. In past years, the show's central tension was largely economic. You were getting a taste of the luxury and exuberance of Lisa Vanderpump tempered by the relatable lives of her struggling waitstaff. These are people who live in shitty studio apartments, do their own makeup (poorly), and cheat on their fiancées after blacking out in Vegas. While the Real Housewives franchise is a glimpse into the elite lifestyle, Vanderpump Rules is a reflection of the worst parts of ourselves.

But as the once radical sentiment of "the personal is political" has wormed its way into the mainstream, VPR has also become subject to the drama of identity politics. In the past, the show existed in its own kind of insular bubble that hardly ever touched on social justice issues, spare for the annual Pride episode––which was really just an excuse to get drunk and wear colorful socks. Remember when the VPR cast rolled up to Pride decked out in '80s attire, without it ever occurring to them that the '80s were notorious for the gay community dying of AIDS as the government turned a blind eye? But now, as Trump's presidency makes it virtually impossible to exist in an apolitical environment, the show has started to broach more "woke" topics. There was Ariana's discussion of her hatred of her own vagina, the introduction of the show's first trans character, Billie Lee, and the gender politics surrounding DJ James Kennedy's drunken aggression.

Ostensibly a mindless reality show, VPR has grown popular among an unlikely demographic: left-wing twitter. More and more seem to be jumping on the bandwagon and indulging in the show's satisfying drama. Now, people are starting to ask, who's actually the most feminist character on the show? Let's take a look at the various cast members and what strains of feminism they most closely resemble.

Third Wave Feminism: Ariana Madix

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Ariana is the show's most visibly "woke" character, or maybe just the most intelligent one in the gang. Madix portrays a more palatable, third wave brand of feminism. In past seasons, she's broached topics previously unturned by reality TV such as her aversion to her own vagina and the toxic relationships that rendered her uncomfortable with oral sex. Her focus this season has been mainly around her discomfort with people pressuring her to get married and have kids. Ariana is sick and tired of everyone asking her about when she's going to start a family, including the probing from her own boyfriend, Tom Sandoval. She's fed up with the heteronormative standards!

But when Tom Sandoval presents a compromise where he can take care of the kids in the future and let Ariana do her own thing, she's smitten again. Tom's progressive vision woo's her.

This season, Ariana and Lala had sex and instead of handling the situation sensitively, Sandoval got drunk and did some locker room talk with the boys about it, effectively outing his own girlfriend. Madix was rightfully pissed at Tom (and his stupid hats). Thankfully, her girl Lala honored girl code and kept her mouth shut until she knew Ariana was comfortable with the news getting out, in one of the few heartwarming moments of female camaraderie on the otherwise catty show.

Ariana wants everyone to know that it's her body, and her choices surrounding it do not concern anyone else. She's the show's most invariably woke character and probably voted for Hillary Clinton.

Sex Positivity: Lala Kent

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Lala has been explicit this season about her relationship with Her Man (Randall) and the monetary benefits it's yielded. Ran is a hotshot producer who's behind some of Hollywood's most seminal works, like 2018's masterpiece Gotti, which racked up a whopping 0% on Rotten Tomatoes. From flying on the private jet (the "PJ" or "Peej" as she refers to it), to sporting pairs of Gucci slides, to getting a Range Rover the day after she let Ran "hit it on the first date," Lala is unabashed when it comes to talking about using sex as power. She's one of the youngest cast members and has always been candid about her sex appeal, especially compared to the other ladies' prudish attitudes toward their own bodies. Lala may not be woke in the conventional sense, like when she assured Billie Lee: "you're a chick, dude." But she does present one of the more viable, radical forms of sex-positive feminism. Her relations with Ran made her subject to ridicule by the other girls and even the guys, who poked fun at her for sleeping with a "fat man." But, while Lala may be the closest resemblance to a sugar baby archetype, she isn't one. She's happily engaged and she's done an effective job at normalizing using sex as power, teaching the other girls what it looks like to be confident and in control of your own sexuality. When she and her Man broke up (for approximately two seconds), she touted how easy it would be to find someone else to help her get on a peej.


But oh, Lala. She's been through it recently. After her dad passed away, she's been a little more unstable than usual, more emotionally fragile. As a result, she's taken her anger out on anyone who crosses her path. Unfortunately, that means attacking everyone from Billie Lee, who Lala calls a "snake," "trash," and "a lowdown ho" to the humanoid beauty-bot Raquel, who Lala loves to yell at and called a "Twat" and a "dummy" while pointing her acrylic nails dangerously close to Raquel's perfectly symmetrical face. We know Lala's hurting, but she's also consistently torn down the women on the show, which makes it difficult to call her a feminist. However, her inability to let anyone talk shit about her is pretty admirable.

All in all, Lala presents one of the most compelling forms of sex-positive feminism, and we love her for it.

Body Positivity: Katie Maloney-Schwartz

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Let's just get one thing straight, Katie Maloney isn't fat. Katie, or as she was affectionately referred to in the early seasons for her penchant for drinking and calling people names (whores, specifically), "Tequila Katie" is all about embracing her body. Tequila Katie is happily married to human puppy dog Tom Schwartz and her central conflict this season arose when she fell victim to one of James Kennedy's drunken insult vollies. He told her to lose some weight, and that her shorts weren't flattering. In previous seasons, he asked her if she was pregnant when she wasn't. Katie faced yet another blow to her self confidence when Kevin Lee, a friend of Lisa's, saw her at an event and asked "What happened? You were much thinner than this. You gained a little bit of weight. You have to work on it. Seriously, I'm telling you as a friend. It's out of control now. I can tell."

At first, everyone sided with Katie because they too had fallen victim to James' slurred attacks. But once she couldn't let go of the insult, confronted Lisa about it, and made sure DJ James Kennedy was excluded from the trip to Mexico, some people (Tom Sandoval) started to turn on her and call her a bully. Katie has shown a malicious side in the past, yelling at her fiancée for having, uh, performance issues, and even getting squeamish when Lala takes off her bathing suit top off on a vacation around her boyfriend (she later called Lala a whore to her face). Is Katie only body positive when it's in her favor?

Is she a feminist for putting her foot down to Lisa and telling her that she refuses to "work in a place where that is tolerated?" Or is Katie a mean girl at heart? It's hard to say at this point in the season.

Intersectionality: Billie Lee

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Billie Lee, the show's first trans character whose been both tokenized and sensationalized this season, is a refreshing addition. She's played a hand in educating the cast on buzzwords such as "cis-privilege," which many of them had trouble grappling with. She fights under the broad umbrella of "equality," but also has no hesitation when the time comes to accuse Katie of pulling "the fat card," and throws her support behind James––the show's most outspoken aggressor towards women (this season). Billie Lee, like all the female characters on this show, lives for petty drama. When she wasn't explicitly invited to participate in Girls' Night at SUR, she went on a multi-episode arc about how it justifiably triggered her as a trans woman. Her explosive reaction to this season's conflict surrounding "Girls' Night In" read to some as her blowing the situation out of proportion, especially when she went as far as to like tweets calling the other girls involved transphobic. But others suspected her of milking the fight as a strategic means of getting more air time and staying relevant. That's kind of empowering on its own, right?

Girlboss: Stassi Schroeder

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Stassi is a tough case. Though she's reigned supreme as the show's queen bee for several seasons, she's also had her fair share of scandals because of the problematic things she's said on her podcast. However, Stassi is fully thriving this season. She has a new beau, named Beau, she bought a holiday (National Outfit of the Day Day), and she landed a book deal! Always impeccably dressed and armed with a silver tongue, Stassi is what some might call, a Girlboss. The somewhat loathed term is a half-baked form of feminism that usually refers to women climbing the ranks and asserting their dominance in the workforce. It usually neglects more nuanced visions of feminism and appeals to the variety of "yas queen" platitudes. But "Girlboss" really is an apt description for Ms. Schroeder, who stands for certain feminist principles, but doesn't really get the whole schtick. She's quick to cackle behind a screen while pulling up Scheana's bridal two-piece and showing it to Kristina Kelly, or using an elaborate insult to tear someone down (especially if it's her birthday or she's drunk).

Stassi may not necessarily stand for women across the board, but if there's one thing that's certain, it's that Stassi stands for herself. Since exiting her relationship with mansplainer/manbunner Patrick, she's fully learned how to love herself and how to accept the love she deserves. She's what a Girlboss might refer to as "killing it."

Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Kristen Doute

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It turns out that Kristen, who is known for getting too drunk, chain-smoking, and her many vendettas isn't thrilled with her deadbeat boyfriend, Carter. Until now, Carter's been kind of an unremarkable dude, with no redeeming or offensive qualities. That is until Stassi spills the beans that Carter doesn't pay rent, yells at her, and basically sits at home playing video games all day. Kristen wants her friends' support during this turbulent period of her relationship, the same that she gave to Stassi when she was in a rut with Patrick, or when Schwartz cheated on Katie. But she's not really getting anything this season except a caricatured portrayal as Crazy Kristen. It feels sort of like punching down to pick on Kristen because she's had it rough. But, she does have her t-shirt line! To play devil's advocate, it could be argued that Kristen, by pulling the financial weight in her relationship is breaking her own glass ceiling (stucco, probably, by the looks of the apartment).

Suffragette: Lisa Vanderpump

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Lisa Vanderpump is many things. Restauranteur, dog lover, real housewife, and odd transatlantic accent owner, but is she a feminist? Well, she has made it abundantly clear that SUR will not tolerate sexism, transphobia, or racism. She's been vocal about uplifting the gay community in West Hollywood. But despite Lisa's good intentions, she's more concerned with espousing the politics of mainstream wokeness than actually doing a whole lot. Lisa is of the older generation of feminists who are all about "girl power," without necessarily applying it to her praxis. Sure, she knows how to do a hot pink furry float come pride month. But when it comes to uplifting a woman like Kristen, who probably suffers from alcoholism, Lisa seems to have no interest. She's got a soft spot for James, giving him several chances to redeem himself before finally putting her foot down this season, but effectively banned Kristen from every SUR event and establishment from a fight that happened over 4 years ago. Her inconsistency in maintaining her woke values is most glaring in this case.

So who is the most feminist of them all? Tom Sandoval.


Sara is a music and culture writer who lives in Brooklyn. Her work has previously appeared in PAPER magazine and Stereogum.


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Another Vanderpump Rules Wedding!

Was Lisa the ring bearer?

Vanderpump Rules stars Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz have at last tied the knot in a ceremony on Wednesday evening.

Schwartz was notoriously reluctant to commit, which caused Katie and their relationship a whole load of angst. He eventually put a ring on it in July last year.

The ceremony took place in Northern California in front of 100 guests including, of course, a few of their co-stars.


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Katie told E!News!;

"I'm so happy to have married my best friend and love that I finally get to call Tom my husband. Celebrating with our closest friends and family has been nothing short of an amazing experience."

Tom had shared details of the ceremony before the event, saying;

"We wanted to be secluded and in the woods and we are just that. It's so pretty. Our theme is woodsey-elegance and the thing I'm most excited about is that we get to have so many of our close family and friends there. It just makes it that much more special."

Congratulations to the happy couple—we're just wondering how many of the bridesmaids Jax Taylor managed to nail!




Tom Sandoval worth money—PumpRules bartender, actor, musician, grooming guru, Sandoval's got it all going on... but does he make bank?

He’s handsome, (half-of-the-time) hardworking, and headed for fame (well, at least on reality TV).

Yes, Tom Sandoval seems to be living the dream as a model, musician, actor, and Sur bartender.

What more could a guy ask for, aside from a best friend that doesn’t bone his girlfriend?

While we’ve mostly seen Tom tending bar on Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules and dabbling in some mid-level modeling, he comes across as a self-assured and sexually-secure stud with friends who (for the most part) adore him.

Scheana can sit that one out.

Tom's by no means a wealthy fella, but he makes up for his modest income with a winning smile and a dedicated, yet mildly blase work ethic.

Here's how Tom makes bank...

As mentioned, Tom’s an aspiring actor, and aside from his on-screen time “acting” on Vanderpump Rules, he’s appeared in films including Playing with Fire, Behind Your Eyes, Puppet Master: Axis of Evil, and 23 Minutes to Sunrise, as per Celebrity Net Worth.

If you’ve seen any of these, you are a true fan.

We’ve seen Tom and his band, Pierce the Arrow, perform on Vanderpump Rules, and they surely get some gigs which pay from crap to decent money.

One hit song and Tom’s life could change in an instant. We’re rooting for ya, Tom!

Just keep that dough away from Jax – sticky fingers and all.

The modeling gigs keep coming in, and Tom keeps his hair, face, and physique on serious fleek.

Surely he takes more time getting ready for date night than does his girlfriend, Ariana.

So—how much is Tom Sandoval worth money -wise?

As per Fame 10, Tom Sandoval is worth $40,000.

Perhaps if he spent less time grooming his eyebrows and more time devoted to mixing cocktails, Tom could make enough loot to pay Kristin to go away.

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On last night’s episode of Vanderpump Rules, the gang continued their hi-jinx in Hawaii—while, oh hell yeah, PumpRules Queen Bitch is back—and then some, as Stassi Schroeder returned and exposed the truth about her alleged sex tape.

Ariana Madix discarded Scheana Shay’s fake apologies and Tom Sandoval retaliated right back with an attack on Scheana’s marriage. Oh, and Jax Taylor ended up in jail.

Just another day in the life of these psychopaths.

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This week’s episode picked up with the confrontation between Jax and Lala Kent.

As we saw last week, Jax’s current girlfriend, Brittany Cartwright, confronted Lala about the suspected flirting that went on between them.

Despite Lala quite possibly being the trashiest girl in SUR history (that’s saying a lot, y’all), she told the truth about exactly went down between them the night they had drinks with Scheana and Kristen Doute.

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Lala asked Jax to look her in the eye and swear that he never said that he wanted to bang her. He was able to do so without hesitation because he is a fucking tool. Lala stormed off because she realized she was trying to reason with a serial killer.

Lala decided to go back to her room and cry because she felt “misunderstood”. What’s there to feel misunderstood about? When you show up basically naked to the beach, you’re probably going to be called a whore.

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However, she thinks that she’s been nothing but real with the group so she cannot understand why she is having these issues. So, while she is fake crying in bed and walking around in a pimp robe and hoop earrings the size of the tires on my car, James Kennedy swoops in like the little troll he is. He took this opportunity to pretend like he was being sympathetic but really he was just trying to get some and failing for the 47th time.

Lala revealed that she and James tried to bang back in LA prior to the trip. She said that they were hammered, so James was unable to bring his A game in the bedroom. I mean, does this kid really have an A game? Sex would be better with a Cabbage Patch doll than with James Kennedy.

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So, after he tried to get in her bed in Hawaii, she decided to confront him the next day to tell him that they are better off as friends. James was bitter as hell and opted to give Lala the silent treatment—because that’s what real men do, folks.

We’re still in Hawaii and we’re still talking about those mother fucking texts that Scheana send to Ariana’s mom. Sandoval and Ariana were pissed that she was talking shit on them. Scheana apologized to both of them because she knew it was a battle she was never going to win, regardless of not being truly sorry for what she said.

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Neither Sandoval nor Ariana really picked up what she was putting down, so Tom S turned the tables and shined the spotlight on Scheana’s shaky marriage. So basically, they are all mad at each other for doing the exact same fucking thing.

Meanwhile, Scheana continued her “giving zero fucks” tour during a conversation with Lala. She gave an inspirational speech about how she was once a huge slut but she eventually turned her life around. How moving, Scheana. You definitely have a future in motivational speaking.

Then, back in good ol’ LaLa Land, Stassi made her triumphant return to the madness.

As we saw last season, Stassi officially cut everyone off because she felt that she couldn’t be friends with them anymore after everything that had gone down.

Specifically, she slapped the shit out of Kristen and sent her sorry ass packing. However, Stassi revealed that Kristen would periodically reach out to her and eventually things just fell back into place. So is the moral of the story that you can hook up with you best friend’s ex-boyfriend? Negative. These people are just incompetent fools.

Anyways, Stassi went over to Kristen’s apartment for some wine and a gossip session. Kristen revealed that she was dating a friend of Jax’s. Need I say more? Stassi told Kristen that she wants to right her wrongs and realizes that she cut people out of her life too quickly—aka Katie Maloney.

Stassi said she was heartbroken when she heard that Katie and Tom Schwartz were engaged because she always thought she would be by her side for that. Sorry, homie. That’s what happens when you’re the fucking Edward Scissor Hands of friendships and cutting ties with friends left and right.

Either way, Queen Stassi is back and Kristen is like a moth to a mother fucking flame.

Everyone had a final group dinner in Hawaii, where giant watermelons filled with four different types of tequila was an appetizer. The dinner went well, so then they hit the club.

Brittany asked Lala to forget about what went down between them the night before. Lala agreed to doing so because she believes that Brittany needs to learn how scummy Jax is for herself. Meanwhile, he was telling the guys that she might be “the one”. Roughly 7 seconds after that statement came out of Jax’s mouth, the camera panned to him staring at a bartender’s boobs. So, yes, he is head over heels in love, right?

The trip went surprisingly well for their low standards. There were no fist fights, only one person cried, and no one banged someone’s girlfriend.

Everyone was packing their bags and getting ready to head back to LA when Jax decided to shake things up.

He was arrested for stealing sunglasses and Schwartz volunteered to post the $11,000 bail.

Let that shit sink in for a moment.

Vanderpump Rules airs Mondays at 9pm on Bravo.