Lala Kent is setting the record straight about her side of the story when it comes to the fallout from her relationship with “Vanderpump Rules” co-star Scheana Shay.

Kent, 30, who is pregnant with her first child, took to her Instagram Stories on Saturday to share her side of the story after Shay dissed her by stating that she wasn’t there for her after she suffered a miscarriage because she was seeking fame by having dinner with Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly instead.

“Anybody wondering my thoughts on @scheana ‘dragging’ me,” she wrote (via Us Weekly). “1. I’m not trippin’ too hard. In her mind that’s how it happened. She would rather focus on me ‘not being there for her’ than the fact that her man said he was working, turned his phone off and went golfing that day. Weird how that was just glazed over. This is why her relationships are always a trainwreck that make epic TV. She makes reality TV gold.”

She went on to further slam Shay for claiming she was seeking celebrity status based on her own history and stated that some of the other members of their friend group also felt the same way she did when it comes to certain behaviors her co-star exhibited.

“She has an idea of how everyone should react in certain situations. We usually always fail and she is left disappointed,” she wrote. “This is why she has a new best friend every day. We can’t keep up.”

Of course, while Kent may not be pleased with her co-star for airing their dirty laundry and dragging her name through the mud, she has also faced other criticism recently. After she and fiance Randall Emmett shared news of their gender reveal party on social media on Sept. 19, they faced harsh remarks from followers who found the party to be tasteless after another gender reveal party led to one of the massive fires that have plagued California. They were also critiques for posting about their party as the nation mourned Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

Lala Kent Lala Kent attends the People's Choice Awards 2018 at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, Nov. 11, 2018. Photo: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images