Golnesa ‘GG’ Gharachedaghi slams Lala Kent, claims she’s a ‘cheater’
Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi called out Lala Kent for allegedly cheating on Randall Emmett.
“If I recall correctly u were bragging about going down on your castmate & the timeline puts u in a relationship at that time. Cheater?” the “Shahs of Sunset” star tweeted Thursday, referring to Kent’s one-time hookup with her “Vanderpump Rules” co-star Ariana Madix.
Shah – who is close friends with Emmett – further argued that Kent needs to have more “compassion” for her movie producer ex following their highly publicized split.
“Your personal business was made public by u & that allows pple [sic] to have an opinion,” she wrote. “MY opinion is that u should have a little more self-respect.”
The rant came following Tuesday night’s episode of “Watch What Happens Live,” when host Andy Cohen asked Kent, 31, how she felt about Gharachedaghi, 40, publicly commenting on her and Emmett’s relationship. Gharachedaghi previously argued that if Kent had seen so many of “[Emmett’s] ‘red flags,’” she should have walked away sooner.
“I thought it was inappropriate,” Kent said. “She knows nothing about what is going on and how deep and dark and disgusting everything is.”
She continued, “As someone who is a single mom, I would think you would take a [second to] pause and have compassion. I just thought after [the split] I don’t need the negativity.”
Kent – who dumped Emmett, 50, three years after getting engaged – co-parents 9-month-old daughter Ocean with her ex, whereas Gharachedaghi chose to be a single mom to her almost 2-year-old son, Elijah.
“U said I’m a single mom as if I’m a victim of a circumstance & that I should have empathy for what you’re going thru bcuz [sic] we’re both single?” the reality star wrote in another tweet Thursday. “Do not confuse my original point sweetie.”
The Bravolebrity continued to reiterate her point, arguing that it’s wrong for Kent to talk poorly about her baby’s dad.
“One day all of ur anger will disappear but all of the horrible things YOU decided to make public about ur daughter’s father, will always be there,” she wrote.
A source close to Gharachedaghi told Page Six, “The point here is you have someone who is publicly attacking the father of their child to get publicity for themselves and that is pretty shameful.”
Page Six has reached out to reps for Kent and Gharachedaghi for comment.