December 9, 2022
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Lala Kent: I have a little crush on 50 Cent | Entertainment

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Lala Kent has a “little crush” on 50 Cent.

The 32-year-old TV star – who was spotted visiting the rapper in August after a public feud between the pair – has now confessed that her crush on 50 dates back to 2003 and his ‘In da Club’ single.

She shared: “I’ll always have a little crush. I have a bigger crush on his girlfriend [Jamira Haines] so figure that one out.”

Lala split from Randall Emmett in October 2021, and she’s revealed that she’s currently having “fun” in her personal life.

She told E! News: “I don’t even care. I am independent and fine. I am trying to show these new boobs off to whoever wants to see them … I’ve been locked down for six years. I want to go have fun. I deserve it.”

Earlier this year, Lala revealed that she was refusing to “mourn” her relationship with Randall because it “wasn’t ever real”.

The TV star accused her ex-fiance of cheating on her – but Lala also insisted she was keen to draw a line under the situation and move on with her life.

Speaking to Larsa Pippen on her ‘Give Them Lala’ podcast, the blonde beauty shared: “I feel like I’m not suffering.

“Yes, there was a lot of betrayal. What he was doing behind-the-scenes was not the same as the life he was portraying when we were around each other.

“So, it’s hard for me to come from a place of, like, mourning a loss when there was no loss because it wasn’t ever real.”

In response, Larsa – who was married to NBA legend Scottie Pippen between 1997 and 2021 – said: “I get what you’re saying. You’re looking at it like that and I promise you when we talk in, like, two years, you’re going to be looking at it differently.”



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