While chatting with Brice Sander for Entertainment Tonight, the Vanderpump Rules cast member addressed her “Like a Boss” collaboration with Lala, stating that while Lala suggested they continue to link up in a musical sense, she knew Lala wasn’t serious about doing anything more with her professionally.
“After we did the ‘Like a Boss’ [music video] shoot I was like, why don’t we do this for real? But the thing with Lala — I love her — but she says one thing to my face and another thing behind my back,” Scheana claimed.
According to Scheana, Lala agreed that the two of them worked well together while they were on set. However, she went on to say that Lala likely made fun of her behind her back for suggesting another collaboration.
She then noted that her suspicions about Lala’s post-shoot thoughts have been proven correct, further solidifying her feelings about Lala being “flip-floppy”
“And I’m like, ‘But the thing is, you’re gonna get home and make fun of me for suggesting this and nothing’s ever gonna come out of it.’ And nothing’s come out of it,” she told Brice of her wishy-washy behavior.
So, while Scheana may have been genuine with her thoughts about moving forward with new projects with Lala, Lala was apparently not being genuine when she seemed to be on board.
Scheana and Lala filmed the video at the end of last year, and it was released just ahead of the movie of the same name, starring Billy Porter, Rose Byrne, Salma Hayek and Tiffany Haddish. When the ladies debuted the clip on their social media pages, several moments from the movie were featured throughout their music video.
While Lala hasn’t worked with Scheana since recording “Like a Boss,” she has collaborated with their Vanderpump Rules co-star, James Kennedy, and recently confirmed they have a new song on the way called “Playboy Bunny.”
During an interview earlier this month with Entertainment Tonight, Tom lashed out at Lala for allegedly allowing co-stars to say mean nasty things about his girlfriend, Ariana Madix, after having assured her that she could confide in Lala, who called herself a “safe place” for Ariana to come with her emotions after hearing that her co-star was struggling with depression.
“It’s like, girl you are apparently not a safe place,” he added.