Well, it was definitely the latter, as she revealed why she decided to grab her bags and walk out the doors for good:
I’m excited for people to watch me exit because it’s just going to show a new side of my life and I think it will get to show people who I really am… I watch the show sometimes and I’m like that’s not me. I want people to see who I actually hang out with, my day-to-day life. And I never got to show that. I’m excited for people to watch me leave Vanderpump Rules to be quite honest.
All of this came about after she felt like she was being bullied by her fellow cast members, who insisted that Lala was sleeping with a married man, and saying that this man was responsible for paying Lala’s bills, and purchasing her a Range Rover.
Whatever you think about Lala, you have to respect her decision to leave the show. She felt like she wasn’t being true to herself, and those catty girls were going to cause her to turn into a vindictive, catty person, and she doesn’t want to be like that.
In my opinion, that’s the ultimate middle finger to those girls. It just shows that you’re leagues above the high school-level drama bullsh*t, and they can have it.
I made it halfway through the season and just decided that I want no part of the people anymore… I feel like they don’t deserve to be in my world in any way shape or form. So I dismissed myself.
And there you have it, Bravoholics.
James Kennedy, Lala’s best friend and resident DJ, said that Lala’s decision to peace out was completely her choice.
Even though Lala is off the show, she’s reported that the girls are still bullying her, and trying to ruin job opportunities for her.
It looks like she may not ever escape the drama.