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Genuinely GG

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Motherhood with W/ Lala Kent

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On today's episode, we have Lala Kent! Tune in as GG and Anita sit down and chat with the Vanderpump Rules star. They talk about vaccines, motherhood, and life as TV moms.

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Straw media. Ah, welcome to another episode of genuinely GG. I'm here with a NITA. Okay, so it's spring on top and fall down bottom shore. Everybody. What you're wearing as your shoes? Oh, I knew you're going to she's wearing me. I'm lift up, lift up. Okay. She's wearing our hunter boots, I love. Okay, and a tank top, crop, tank top, yes, brides, you think like up top. It's spring and she's going to the park, you know, and then it's raining. It's right. And here I am in this like crocheted water socks. And No, I'm not feeling anything on my newly vaccinated arm. What happened? Just fix it. You don't touch me. Today is not the day to touch me. I just got vaccinated and I'm freaking out. Don't freak out. I'm definitely freaking out. You guys. I was very scared to give vaccinated. As you guys all know, I have an autoimmune disease and up until now, if I didn't have to, it was best to not, because in order to give vaccinated, I have to stop all my meds and the vaccination has a percentage chance to reignite my autoimmune in a negative way. So it's been a process, but I got to the point where I was like, you know what, do it. Yeah, it's time, and las passing all these laws that we can't go to you restaurants, bars. It was like a bunch of things on the list, like you basically can't go anywhere anymore unless you're vaccinated. Yeah, and I do feel like that's just going to spread more and more. So it was time and I'm so happy you were there. I'm happy. I'm happy at that I got to be there with you and, yeah, be there in support. I videotaped. She finded it. I was freaking out. You guys, I couldn't sleep from that. You're pretty much like you didn't eat yesterday. Way We're in sleep. So it's your yeah, you're scared. And she walked in with her little camera like let's do this. So my go okay, Ritch I was like scared. I was melting in my chair. But you know what, we got the footage and we're about to show you right now gg getting vaxed. So what are we doing today? GG? Johnson and Johnson Vaccine, and I'm scared. Show this. Where are you scared? Because of my autoimmune. Why did you waste so long? Because of my autoimmune I'm so scared. What do you think? Good, I'm good, I'm good, God bless it. Don't do too don't do it. Yeah, don't, don't do that's that's ready. Uh Huh, okay, so when? Just if I die, when do I die? Is like instant, instant, my Oh, thank you. I'm kind of...

...really up to now. Just really whatever brand AIDS. Oh my gosh, I don't know. Is it cool? Is Really Cool. Oh, I love it like that. Oh my gosh, so this didn't her. Did you fold? You feel now? I'm so used to needles because of jecting myself every other day, but I was just more scared. I was moyscared, but I really, really I did it and I'm really excited to talk about this on genuinely gg me to man. We backstocksti next, I was scared. You could see. I was scared, right scared. I was nervous. Um. Well, I remember I got close to doing it before. I got close to doing it before, but my doctor did say that the safest one for me with my condition was going to be the Johnson and Johnson one, because it is a one shot and then you know you're kind of done and I don't have to come off my meds so many times and reignite my automimmune so many times. I don't know anyone that did the Johnson and Johnson, so I'm actually really some kind of excited. You think I'm gonna get a lot of shit for this? Um, I think you're going to be okay. I don't think you're going to have if you if you have any symptoms, maybe like the fatigue and yeah, but do you feel like people respect the Johnson and Johnson one the same as the MODERNA and visor one, or are do you think people are going to be like that's not a real vaccine, because you know, people will talk shit about anything any time. That's the thing. You know what I want? Going to say something so right like everyone and just just fouck it. Yeah, and you did what? You had a letter, figuratively. Well, no, because you're still your yeah, no, I just had my pre requisite. Sucks. I can't go fasting everyone quite once about a time. I don't want to like so write your vagina, but watch, you know, like let's let it. I mean, I haul hand way through it. He got stretched at one point. Speaking of heads going through badges. We have the amazing Lallah, can't on today, and she is a beautiful baby daughter Ocean, and you know when I was on her podcast show we spoke very briefly about this online bullying, about mothers who have a lot of hired help, and as someone who as a single mother and there's only one income, which is me, so I have to work, I have hired help and I'm not ashamed of that. But LALLA was a little affected by it, in it and it hurt her and to see such a powerful woman like her get affected by these fucking online trolls. It was it was interesting and I'm really excited we got a chance to talk with her. So let's show all of you. You know her from Shaws of sunset. You know she doesn't hold back. You know as soon as you wake up you begin your sobriety struggle. The person who has the longest amount of sobriety is not the person with the most amount of years, but the person who woke up earliest that morning. This is genuinely gg are you, I guess, both smoking. Am I dear she's vaping to when I your baby. Wait, when you vape,...

...is it? Oh, it is a weed. No, I'm sober. So this is my only vice, Lala. So I'm going to do it later. I get crazy. Know. Oh my God, we're in like you were to you were about to have, Lalla had. If all that, I'm you're going to see peer pressure to do you see up here? Pressure does Lalah, girl, you don't want me. Some of you weed on the podcast. I won't even know my own name. I have to talk faith for the whole thing. It's weird. Oh my God, welcome, Lala. Can't girl, what is up? I'm so happy to have you here. I'm so happy that I'm here. I just did your amazing podcast. Give them, Malla with Randal, and you two are honestly, I love you guys. You guys have such a great energy together, like as a couple, as work partners. It works well for you, guys, Huh, it does. I mean we obviously have our moments where we're like, things aren't working properly, but that's just being in a relationship. And he's my best friend and my my partner in life and my love and everything I could ever ask for. And by the way, you are one of my most favorite guests we've ever had. A really yeah, you were so easy to talk to and you were like so open and honest about everything, and love having you. Oh my God, thanks, Babe. I actually it was. It was very easy, breezy talking to you guys. It felt like we were just hanging out shill and having a convo. When, like literally, I didn't realize how much time had passed because it was just a bunch of friends have and, you know, some heart to herd. Como, I loved it. You did well, you did thank you. You did amazing. How is beautiful ocean? Please, please, please, tell us about your daughter. She is so perfect and you know the beginning, like the first three months she had colic. You know, she arrived three weeks early, which you can relate to having a baby earlier than the forty week mark, and she was actually taken out early because her stomach wasn't growing, so she had her little pummy issues when she was out of the womb. Finally, and now she's like a dream baby that she slept until zero am this morning, which was fantastic, amazing. She really to mean the beginning, you know, they're they they say that kids are supposed to look more like their fathers because it dates back to like when the the father would like kill the child or eat the child because if it didn't look like them. Right so, but I feel like, oh, she looked more like you. Right now I'm starting to see Randall on the images. I see Randall in her face, but I feel like she's a lot of just you, honey. That's like the biggest compliment ever. I think every MOMB is like, I hope that she looks just like me. You look just like me, and it's so crazy because she first wakes up I'm like, oh my Gosh, you're your dad, and in pictures she looks just like rand but I feel like in person she looks more like her Mama. But that could just be my own mind telling me that. Now she photographs a lot like Randall and I do see more of him as she's getting older. I'm definite, finitely seeing a great, you know, a split...

...between you guys. So there's definitely no cheating. That happened there where. That's pretty clear. I was I was again. I was recently at La La's beautiful studio and we were recording an episode of her podcast, give them Lalla, with Randall and Lalla. I loved that conversation. Like you were saying and what you reminded me of something that we talked about and it kind of sat in my head a little bit after that podcast, which was when we you asked me if people were giving me shit about having outside helped like a nanny and whatever, and I asked you, were people giving you shit, and you said yeah, but you were somewhat affected by it and that that struck a chord with me and I wanted to sort of talk about that. If you're okay with that. Absolutely, I'm totally okay with that. And you know, I think it's going to be a lot heavier once, you know, the show airs and people do see that I have a lot of help and a lot of hands on deck and I luckily, I think that the the amount of shade that I've gone for it so far has maybe prepped me for what's to come. But you know, I think people, you you could understand this. People kind of think that we just show up to our day and a camera just happens to be there right why, as true as that is, and we're filming our real lives. It's also a job. And in the state of California, you know, ocean was filming. I think she was three months old and she was only to be on camera for twenty minutes at a time, and that was if there was a teacher and a nurse on set. Set being my home, you writing real life. So if those weren't things that were happening that day, I could not bring her. And my partner also has a full time job, so I was having a day nurse a night nurse, which is a complete luxury, but I was able to get eight hours of sleep every night, which was freaking awesome. I require a lot of sleep. I don't want to apologize for the things that I've been able to have during the time that I've had ocean, and a lot of people say, like you're going to miss out on all of these moments, and I don't feel like that's true. All right, I feel like I'm around for literally everything that happens. I may miss a couple of naps, that's okay with me. You know, I agree with you one hundred percent. I don't feel like I'm missing out on anything because I feel like I provide for him emotionally and psychologically whenever I have to, and I'm there for the important stuff and the things that he needs. I don't need to be there, like you said, for the walks that he takes around the neighborhood or, you know, I don't need to always be there at the park and I they're all for those things. Yes, I am right, not always. I can show up to what I can because I'm a single parent provider for this child, and not for this child today and tomorrow, for this child for the next fifty years or...

...as long as I'm, you know, alive, because he will always be under my wing no matter what. We are lucky to have the opportunity to afford this type of help and I think I said to you on your show that I believe that most of the haters are the people who technically can't afford this. I was and hate on it. Yes, I was gonna say that, because it's not so. It's if anyone can afford to have it, they're not going to turn it away right. So they're just haters and they're just and yeah, bad envy. That mall you were affected by this. Now, that's what I wanted to focus on because, you know, anyone who knows you, has seen your show, just anything, talks to you for even twenty minutes, can get that energy that a lot of people get from me, that you stand your own your roots are deep and you you got this. You throw it in, this bitch will bounce back. She's good. How what shifted? What shifted here? I think because it was new territory for me. You know, I've been called every name in the book and it's like whatever, sticks and stones, bitch, I don't give a fuck. Right, but when it comes to someone questioning how you are as a parent, there is a chord that is struck where you become even more I become vicious, but that's because I'm feeling like you're questioning something that I'm that I'm new at, and I don't have this road map, I don't have a book on it what the right way is or the wrong way is. As I'm falling into it, I feel I think there is no right or wrong way. You have to just kind of do what is best for you. Right, because if I'm not on point, my kids not going to be on point, and I'm okay with having the help because I really want my daughter to grow up and see her mom being I want her to have a work ethic that she sees from a woman. I don't. I don't, and not that there's anything wrong with a stayathome mom, like those are superheroes to me, like those women have something that I don't necessarily have. I am fueled by work and creating and I want ocean to grow up and be like, Oh my God, I watched my mom hustle, she didn't depend on anybody. That to me is worth a lot. Yeah, it comes to me parenting her, but the emotional side of it, the emotional side of it, you can't help but be affected when someone is saying you know, I think I posted something that said I mean the time to stop, it's going by too fast, and someone commented it's going by because you're never around, and that was just like taking a bullet for me, because I start questioning all of the Times that I haven't been around and I forget all of the Times that I am around, which is a majority of the time. HMM, and I just there's something about someone questioning me as a mother that I'm I'm not able to get past yet. I'm sure time goes on I'll be able to, but it's new territory for me and even stayathome mom's if someone questions there parity, you're going to filter type...

...of way, because it's not a direct insult to you, it's the way you're acting and how it could affects my child. At some point my wheel start moving going like am I doing something wrong? Do I need to give up this, that and the other and be more present, even though I'm fucking present right right. Let me ask you this, and I want to be a little blunt with you and I would love if you can try to be as vulnerable with me as possible. Hmm, do you feel with time, you said with time maybe this will, you know, get better and change. Do you feel it will without you actively working on that? Someone who is your previous addict? Of A lot of people don't know La La is has been practicing sobriety for how long? No, it'll be three years, but one day at a time, one day, October, a summer times I did. Everyone knows that. I would went through that process and they say the person who has the longest amount of sobriety is not the person with the most amount of years, but the person who woke up earliest that morning. Be True, every day is, you know, as soon as you wake up you begin your sobriety struggle. Yeah, so, because you know that and you know that it's one day at a time and you have to actively work towards it. Do you feel that this is something that maybe has triggered something else in you, that you're getting this insecurity? Did you have a very structured household when you grew up as a child? I did. I came from a very like even if I had to hand pick my childhood, I would have hand picked the childhood that I had my mom. I grew up where my dad went to work but my mom also went to work. I had child care during the day while my mom was at work. I like to think I turned out great and you know, there's just moments where, even at the very beginning of me entering as like a quote quote public figure, there were things that were thrown at me that I didn't know how to handle and I had to shake it off and pretend like it didn't affect me and I faked it until I made it. And now those things don't affect me anymore. So I'm just trying to to look at the mom shaming as at the very beginning, when insults were thrown at me, and just think, okay, well, that got better with time and I shook those things off. So I'm hoping that same thing happens with this. But I have seen women where it doesn't matter how long they've been a mom, if they have one child or six children. You come for them as a parent, they will rip your head off right right. So I hope that I get less sensitive and more I don't want to say this, I might get less sensitive and more aggressive. Yeah, we're going to take a quick break, but when we come back and I have such a hairy face of what I can goose on all my hair thrigs. It's just such a difference with having like this wearable stuff and makeup on top of that. It...

...doesn't look good. I look dirty. I mean right now I just shaved my face with like a men's Chilette, but I feel what if they do Lazer, I do my whole faith. I agree with with exactly with what you're saying and I think it's very interesting that you also come from a very well structured home, because I do as well, and I mean, yes, I would like to think I came out okay, but I also came out, I mean my share, day by and no one understood that and I feel like everyone was. I did you come from like a broken home or something like? Why are you so different? And maybe when you have the luxury of having support and love and all of that from such a young age, you realize you don't conform to the society's labels and placements, you become the abstract, you become the black sheep. Yeah, do you think it's because you feel safe? You grew up in such a loving home and an accepting home that you feel safe to make different decisions that aren't so cookie cutter? I got a hundred percent. Would I told you on your show I got kicked out at ten schools and at every single one of my schools my father showed up and would plead to the dean or the principle that they are wrong and that his daughter is right. You know what I mean. So I grew up with that type of concept of loyalty and standing up for your you know, your household and the people you love. So I think because of that abnormal amount of support. I realized I have a lot of doors I can now open because, no matter what I do, thank on my back. So I did it all. Love it, okay, you know, and I'm okay with Eli having that type of structure. I'm okay with it him, like I let him do things, I let him the things in most parents I no, no, I'm like, let him try that, it's okay. Yes, you know. Do you have that same feeling with ocean, like, are you going to be more open for her to do these things? Oh my gosh. Well, I grew up in a house where there there was no such thing as censorship. I was exposed to a lot and I think because I was exposed to so much and nothing was really hidden or like don't look at that, don't listen to that, I felt like, okay, I get to make the decision on when I'm old enough to do certain things and I don't feel afraid of my parents. If I see or do something, I can talk to them about it, and that's what I want for ocean. I don't want her to feel like this is the way we do things and there's no other way. You know, I always say if my daughter. I don't think this will happen. If she decides one day she feels her passion is stripping best, believe her mom is going to be there tipping her hundred dollar bills throughout her fucking set. So you know, you and I will be there front row supporting her. Okay, I am I am here to show her unconditional love, unconditional support and give her whatever advice I feel she's looking for. What advice would...

...you give ocean if she came home from school, because it's a very common thing. What advice would you give her if she says, Mommy, they are making fun of me at school and I'm it hurts her feelings and she's in tears? What would you say to her? Well, I would probably do what my mom didn't, tell her that you know, everyone else sucks and you're the one that's special and you just have to shake it off, just go to school, focus on your work. You're going to be someone super great one day, and these people are probably going to be like doing nothing with their lives, because that actually did happen in my life. I look at them and I'm like, wow, my mom was right, you're doing nothing with your life and look at me. You know, I'll probably take her on epic vacations and if she wants acrylic nails in the fourth grade and we'll go to that. Will do everything she needs to do to get her mind off of these petty little issues and she'll know that she goes to school, it's only a little bit of time and then she can come back into my into the safe stone. Right. So if if I were to now say so to Lala, all those same words about you not getting affected by these trolls who were trying to have a fucking thought about how you are living your life, I would tell you to do all those things that you would tell your daughter, because really it's the truth, right. It is the truth. And I find as I get older, I'm great at preaching to people and I'm Shitty at practicing that way. Y'All, we, I like, talk to people like you, guys, and you have the best advice and then I go into the world and I'm like implementing all the advice that was given and then somewhere along the line, you you sometimes forget all the great advice. So you have to have which is why I strongly believe in therapy because it's like, yes, the weekly thing where they get you back on the horse and you take on the week like you should. So you, guys, will be my therapy for this week. We it's easy to forget about advice, whether it hits a spot in you or not. We forget advice when we cannot apply the advice. Yet when we are in a place on our lives where the advice goes to application and then becomes you, then you remember that advice forever. You know what I mean. But sometimes advice is just unwarranted because we're not in the head space to, you know, to use the advice. So I get it, I get what you're saying, but I do wish all those same words for you. And you know, I used to fucking clap back at all the fucking trols. I remember I would spend hours on social media just clapping back, like who the fuck do you remember that? You still don't fucking know me, where I come from and like what I've been through, because everyone would say, what could a rich girl go through possibly that you're so traumatized by? Like, okay, well, let me just give you page one. No, I would like I like follow some of yourself, my gosh, has so much patience or so much yeah, like, why are you? Who Cares? Just ignored these people whatever, and I was a very surprised. But now I feel like you have stopped. Mean that I don't give a fuck.

You'll put you'll make a little poet, you'll post, like do you have stuff? I like more positive, but I do little job post. I do because I used to do those job post on my actual feed and then people are always like, well, who's this about? It must be about and they always want to relate it to my cast because to them I'm just gg from shawls. So everything I post has to be about my cast members. So I'm like, I can't do this anymore. Right, it gets exhausting. You Pop, I love your post. I follow you. What. Sorry, I thought this was the vaccinated arm and something was happening. All of a sudden. Oh my God, I got I was melting or dying. Lalla Anita films me getting the vaccin. I felt it was bad, like I literally it was. I was if I was like gonna get picked up where aliens. All of a sudden I was like, what fuck is about to happen to me, am I gonna die? A pharmacist was like you'll be fine, just more lax one point. At one point I was like, Oh my God, you're turning green and I'm like and you're getting really hairy on the face. I'm already hadas like all on tape, but it was really funny. Holy Shit, speaking of a hairy on my face and faces and stuff, I was actually considering from my first time doing something to get a room rid of all this sideburned hair and forehead like everywhere. And you know why I want to do it. I never wanted to do it before. I don't care about what people think about me having a hairy face, only because when I see someone, for instance, Lalla has an amazing makeup brand. Okay, I'm the far from plawas, that's for sure. She has an amazing makeup brand. Give them Lalla beauty, give them all of beauty and if you see faces that are not hairy and know it's all like Lallah it. The makeup sits so perfect on their faces. It's just such a difference with having like this werewolf stuff and makeup on top of that. It doesn't look good. I look dirty. That's so crazy because every time I see you, I tell you, I'm like you are like the real life filter, like you walk in and you look like you have a filter on and that's just your face. It's just a pounds of makeup, because I'm trying to you know where Michael Jackson used to have to put a clay to make his nose because he got so much work done. I have to put clay for so hair down to keep out the hair from rising, because you know, only monkeys get goosebumps on their face, but I do too. I get and I have such a hairy face, so when I get goosebumps, all my hairs rise. Let me see it. I I can't get the tickles. tickle. I don't know how to get the Gooseman lose. How do we get I mean right now I just shave my face with like a men's Chillette, but I think you do laser. I do my whole face. Oh my God, that's what what's her name did, Free Jersey, new jerseyswives. The hair come back like really thick and like a you know, I think that's an old wives tale that when you shave it comes back thicker, because that has not happened to me ever. I mean, I've been shaving my legs since the fifth grade and...

...the hair is just the same as it's always bet really, but when I when I was pregnant with ocean, I didn't get hair anywhere. Like my cookie was like fresh as a daisy. Maybe maybe it's because you're like Caucasian or something like that doesn't surprise you. Even have to shave your face because, like, I feel like like it's a perget, like no, no, I had some way friends our hairy the me. You could French break a bit lie, some corn rows on the yeah, like this thin blond hair on the face. Yeah, Shit, I don't. You could try there, there, you could do some there. I've done there before. NERE's shaving there is the same as shaving. No, no, near is still, I think, different than shaving. No, it isn't. It cuts it from the top of the skin. It's the same of shaving you, because you know then there burned the hair off and when you went threading. Threading is a good idea. I heard that. I've done that before and it's did break out. It's not good for your skin because the way it pulls it, it could damage your Sur but it's still better than how do I get rid of my any in my face? You could laser. Yeah, laser is the way to do it, but they said it's not coarse enough to laser. It has to be dark and coarse, and it's right now that summer's ending. So they're like little blond, but the block comes through. The block used. How is it blond? Because I bleach a sun my sad reach my face, he my eyre. So you see, every other hair is blond and then there's black and that's from the Sun. Wait, how when it? How do you bleach your face? It's by Hanson, Sally whatever, and it's just like a cream you make and I put it all over my face and I just make a little bit, not as strong, and I leave it on for like twenty minutes and it makes my hair blond. Does it bleach dark spots? I loving all these sets, the LASTMA. I have that all my fucking face and I and I tried, thought maybe it would. It doesn't. Trust me, I tried. It doesn't bleach. It just bleaches a hair. Gee's the only reason I shave the faces. It's the ultimate exfoliator. So I don't know. Maybe don't shave your face. This is like a big deal to show God I'm decurd and life like. If I shave it once, it'll be back his pubic hair. I think that's when. I have seen you in person and you're tripping balls right now. Oh my God, and I have seen you in person and you're tripping balls that. You're fucking amazing, mom bitch. How about that? Like them? I love you're so funny. We're going to take a quick break, but when we come back, what's been the biggest light you've used on the niece of bander punp to get out of work? My five six ass was going to model. Oh my God, I remember this. It was on the show. That was with the start of Blah Blah and gold digger. Oh that that whore. But you know what, I'm really, really, really proud of you. You guys...

...are taking give them Lallah with Randall podcast show on tour starting November. Thirty girl, that is fucking amazing. Congratulations, grads. You're so nice for so excited. We wanted to be super interactive. I just feel like I don't know how I got so lucky to just like be on a show where people watch and then they relate to me and I relate to them, and I just want to create an environment where I can just show appreciation to people who really are responsible for giving me this amazing wife like, even though I feel I work hard, they support me through everything and I get to wake up and do what I love every day because of them. So I'm excited to like go and and meet my I hate calling them fans because I'm just like Larn from Utah. I do. I hate calling them fans too. I'm like my people, my people. I want to meet my people, my people. You know, I have to say there's two things I don't believe in, coincidence and luck. And Lalla, you are not lucky. You worked hard, you got yourself, you, you know, created this for yourself. You manifested it and you got to that and I'm really proud of you. Where can people go to find out which city or state you we into get tickets for your show? They can go to give them livecom and then they can find me on instagram at Lah Kent, and I post all the goods there. Yes, you guys have to check out her instagram, and you guys, if to all the ladies out there, because we got a lot of them listening right now. Ladies, her makeup is bomb digitty. Give them Lallah beauty. It's so good. And you have a you've like three different franchises from the give them all a beauty why? Give them all a skin and give them all of this, but, my God, Damn them, Lallah. I know I'm like really excited about the brand. Give Them Alla is a brand that I've been able to expand over time. We started with a beauty line. We now have skin and then, of course, after I found out I was giving birth to a beautiful baby, I started give them Wallah Baby, which is clothing and accessory, so cute. I'm so proud of you. Thank you so much, Lallah, for being here. And you guys, Nisahad to Rabbo, right now, because their season nine of Vander pump rules is playing and you get to see La la in action as an amazing mommy with all the fucking help in the world that she needs, because that's fuck it is all right, do it, b bitch. I love you guys. You lawhere. She has a little game to play with you over here. It's called forgive me. I have since I'm going to ask you a couple questions and answer them as honestly as you can. Okay, so what's been the biggest light you've used on Lisa Vander pump to get out of work over the years? I think the biggest live is that I was going on a modeling job in Italy. My five six ass was going to model. Oh my God, I remember this. It was on the show it was. That was the biggest lie that I told to it to Vander Pop oh my God one that was when the...

...start of lava the gold digger. Oh God, that whore. Oh my God, Oh my God, okay, go ahead, okay. And then what's the biggest most expensive thing that you bought for yourself on Randall's Tab? Oh, the biggest most expensive thing I bought for myself on Randall's Tab. Honest to God, you'll be shocked. Randall either gives me get like I have access to zero of his money, all right, no credit card on nothing. If I buy something, egg goes on my Mx. so I would say the biggest thing would be I gave him a bill for our landscaping. That was, oh my God, just said something, bitch. Landscaping is very expensive. That's like a few Barkins, Bitch Lance. It is expected. Yeah, what do you do? The fake grass? Shit that you did the what the fake grass? I know. I would have rather had the Burkin. I want to burke in. I suck. I don't even know what to do with a Burkin. I'm not a purse holder. I hate holding purses. But what you have? So they give me, they give me your purse. No, no, I those are my purses. Am I gonna get rid of my purses? Oh my God, we're gonna. We're going to raid law lass closet and Max. Can we do that? I will do tradeoffs. I have some good bags. Yeah, do tradeoffs. I love you like thank you again so much for doing our show. I love you. I see you soon, babe. Love you. Thank you so much. By guys, by much thanks for listening to genuinely gig download new episodes every week and, if you haven't already, subscribe and be sure to leave us a rating and review and while you're at it, check out some of the other great shows available on Straw hunt media.

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