Thankfully, no one was seriously injured when a Ferrari crashed into Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd’s restaurant Pump on Sunday, January 5. On the bright side, it does bring some extra attention to their restaurant and the new Vanderpump Rules season that is about to start. I hate saying it, but it’s true. Anyway, moving on.
Whoever was driving the car ditched the scene, prompting plenty of memes accusing Lisa’s former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars of crashing into her restaurant for revenge. That’s not the only content making the rounds on social media though. Video has surfaced of Ken admitting that he wants to get publicity from the car crash. All publicity is good publicity, right?
The one and only Page Six shared the video of Ken declaring, “We want to get as much publicity out of this.” However, Ken’s rep told the media outlet, “His full statement was, ‘I want to get as much publicity out of this that by the grace of God nobody was severely injured!'” Oh, boy. Does anyone have some video footage of Ken’s (alleged) full statement? I would love to see that evidence. Did someone intentionally cut the video off for the sake of a scandal? Or did Ken not actually utter those words that his representative claimed he said.
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Interesting. But again, it all comes back to that age-old adage, “all publicity is good publicity.” After all, Vanderpump Rules is back for Season 8 tonight. And, again, most importantly, no one was seriously injured. This is just a blip on the radar for Lisa and Ken. I just want to know who crashed into their restaurant and why they thought it was OK to just abandon the car at the scene of the incident.
TELL US- WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE VIDEO OF KEN’S COMMENT? HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT KEN’S REP CLARIFICATION OF WHAT WAS ALLEGEDLY SAID AFTER THE RECORDED REMARKS? DO YOU THINK THE FERRARI CRASH WAS INTENTIONAL?
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