Lala Kent's boyfriend, movie producer Randall Emmett, faced the wrath of 50 Cent, who claimed he was owed $1 million from Emmett, on Instagram throughout this past weekend. And, in one particular post, the rapper compared Emmett to Harvey Weinstein, saying there is actually no difference between the two men.

“Hey how is the Range Rover?" 50 Cent asked Kent in the Instagram post. "There’s no difference between Harvey Weinstein and Randall Emmett! This is reality, not Reality TV.” Although the post has since been removed from the rapper's page, TMZ shared the post with readers and seemed to suggest the musician's posts were made in an effort to get revenge against Emmett for the producer's alleged failure to pay him the $1 million he is owed.

On "Vanderpump Rules," Kent was featured chatting to Stassi Schroeder at a salon as they got their hair done and in the scene, which was posted on 50 Cent's page, Kent admitted to sleeping with Emmett on the first night, and to taking a Range Rover as a gift on the following day. She also bragged about landing an audition in one of his movies, "The Row," which premiered last summer. Kent has also been involved in a number of other movies produced by Emmett, including "Axis Sally," which is currently in production.

Is Randall Emmett really like Harvey Weinstein?

While Emmett may have awarded Kent with gifts after the two slept together, comparing him to Harvey Weinstein, a man who is accused of rape is a bit much.

After all, his relationship with Kent is a very serious one and next year, they are set to get married after over three years of dating. Meanwhile, the women Weinstein is accused of taking advantage of were women who were either working for him or attempting to land roles in one of his movies.

This feud has gotten a lot of celebrity attention

Throughout the past few days, as 50 Cent's feud with Lala Kent and Randall Emmett has continued, a number of celebrities have weighed in on the ongoing dispute, including model Chrissy Teigen, "Shahs of Sunset" cast member Golnessa "GG" Gharachedaghi, and "Extra TV" host and actor Mario Lopez.

As fans of Teigen well know, she's long been a fan of "Vanderpump Rules" and the show and does her best to keep tabs on all of the latest gossip happening with the series' cast members both on-screen and off. As for Lopez, he commented labeled Kent is "filthy af" after watching her talk about what she would do to get on a private jet.

Lala Kent can be seen on Bravo TV on Monday nights in the seventh season of "Vanderpump Rules." Her boyfriend, Randall Emmett, has not been featured on the show in the past and isn't expected to join the series at any point in the future.