Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute are no longer on Vanderpump Rules, but they are still causing drama. Ariana Madix unleashed her fury on Lala Kent after the new mom posted a throwback picture paying tribute to the OGs, who were fired from the Bravo show last summer, ahead of their season 9 premiere.
Lala has since deleted the post, but eagle-eyed fans were quick to grab screenshots of Ariana calling out her Pump Rules co-star for posting the major dig.
In the throwback shot, Lala is seen smiling alongside Stassi and Kristen. Katie Maloney, who is still on the show, is also in the photo.
"I had to," Lala captioned the photo, which was posted on Tuesday, the same night as the premiere that does not feature two of the four in the shot.
It's an interesting move considering Stassi and Kristen were fired last year after a racial incident involving ex-Vanderpump Rules star Faith Stowers was brought to light. Also strange because Lala didn't become close with the trio until the later seasons.
Fans thought it was bizarre, as did Ariana, who didn't hesitate to spout off.
"I love you ALL but I guess I'm just confused what this post is supposed to be giving on the night of our PREMIERE," she wrote, before asking Lala, "are you living in the past or are you ready for the future of the show?"
Ariana's response collected mixed reviews. When one person suggested Lala was just "showing respect to the OGs that made the show," she responded, "then where is @scheana?"
After another commenter told Ariana "if you don't have something nice to say," she fired back, insisting, "I did say something nice."
Fans saw Ariana go after Lala in the season 9 premiere. She was pissed after Lala went on a podcast that Ariana "doesn't give a f---" about her, and, in turn, she doesn't care about her co-star either.
Lala has since deleted the post but Vanderpump Rules fans won't forget.
Stassi and Kristen weren't the only OGs to go. Jax Taylor and his wife, Brittany Cartwright, announced they were not returning to the show either at the end of last year.
Newcomers Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni were also axed after their past racist tweets were exposed.