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James Kennedy Addresses His Comments on Vanderpump Rules: "There Won't Be Any Apology Letters Going Out"
The Vanderpump Rules DJ opens up about his most regrettable moment of Season 7.
James Kennedy has never been afraid to speak his mind, and that has especially been the case lately on Vanderpump Rules. The DJ has found himself in hot water with several members of the SUR squad after making some controversial comments "not about the pasta," during a freestyle rap at the mic, and more.
But there's one moment that James would especially like to do over this season. When one fan asked the DJ which of his comments this season of Vanderpump Rules he regrets the most during the February 4 episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen (clip above), James replied, "Probably everything I said on Pride, obviously, was awful, and I really shouldn't have drank as much as I did."
Things got heated at SUR's annual Gay Pride celebration earlier this season when the restaurant was abuzz with rumors that James cheated on his girlfriend, Raquel Leviss. James fired back by saying some not-so-nice comments to Lala Kent and Katie Maloney-Schwartz.
Later on in the season, James attempted to make amends with Lala by writing a letter of apology to her then-boyfriend Randall Emmett after he criticized the couple during that infamous "It's not about the pasta!" moment last season. However, that note never made it to Randall after Raquel said she wasn't comfortable with James being friends with Lala since she was in such a bad place with the SUR hostess.
So when James was asked on WWHL if he would be writing any other apology letters to anyone in the Vanderpump Rules crew, well, perhaps his answer won't be that surprising. "There won't be any apology letters going out," James said.
We guess don't wait by the mailbox, you guys?
Watch James, Raquel, and Billie Lee weigh in on the latest Vanderpump Rules drama, below.