He's also the guy who directed the film where Megan and MGK met called Midnight In The Switchgrass -- which is the movie that Fox and her musician beau refuse to promote.
All hell broke loose when Fox skipped out on the feature's red carpet premiere on Monday, citing she was staying home due to a recent Covid spike.
"Due to the recent California mask mandate and rise of COVID cases, Megan Fox will no longer be attending the premiere tonight," the rep told Variety only hours before Megan was set to walk the carpet.
MGK remained quiet but he didn't show up either.
All eyeballs were on Lala when she appeared to diss Fox on social media during the film's big night -- then later, deleted it.
Fans couldn't help but notice when the Vanderpump Rules star stood in front of the movie poster featuring Bruce Willis and Megan, but Lala covered up Fox's body.
She also blocked out Megan's credit, writing, "So excited for this!" over the actress' name.
Instead of taking aim at Lala, he went for Randall's jugular.
"If I din't talk or tweet about a movie I'm barely in it's because it's [trash emoji]," he said, referencing Radar's exclusive story about the couple failing to promote the movie.
Now, Lala is changing her tune, claiming what appeared to be a public diss wasn't shade at all.
“I am not very subtle when I shade people,” she told Access Hollywood, adding, “If I was upset, I would have just straight up said it.”
Megan and MGK met on the set of the movie, where they fell in love -- but it clearly doesn't have a special meaning to the duo.
As Radar reported, instead of promoting it, they've done multiple interviews where they hyped up their other projects.