Despite the deleting spree, she still features heavily on Randall's Instagram page and even appears in his profile picture. The last photo of her is from April 22 and it's an image of Lala and her late father, who passed away a little over a year ago.
"A year ago we lost an Amazing man and my friend, we gained an angel way too soon," the movie producer began. "Lala I love you and know that Kent is smiling down at the incredible woman you are and the amazing changes and strength you have shown over the last year. I miss you Kent and I promise to take care of Lala for the rest of my life as you did, I love you. I miss you more then any words can express. Rest peacefully."
During this season of Vanderpump Rules, Lala spoke openly about her relationship with Randall, admitting that they even split for a brief period after the dad-of-two promised he'd give up alcohol, however, was caught partying days later.
"I came home from Solvang and saw Randall had partied to the point where he doesn't even know his own name. You're slurring your f--king words. That doesn't work for Lala," she said on the show. "I feel betrayed because we made a pact. This is a hard time for me, and I need my partner, I need my soulmate, and I need someone to back me up."
"I decided to take a break from him," she told Stassi Schroeder. "There's just a lot going on. I'm just so f--ked up right now. I don't think I can be with Rand. He kept my Gucci slides, like took them from me and was like, ‘I want you to remember.' You want my f---ing Gucci slides? Take them. Take them!"
While the two reconciled after the episode and they're yet to address whether or not they've separated, the drama comes after 50 Cent attacked the beauty mogul and her beau, telling the world that Randall owed the rapper $1 million.