Some truly asinine word combinations have escaped the mouths of the Vanderpump Rules cast members over the years.
After all, it wasn't all that long ago that we bore witness to two of them having a public midday argument about pasta.
But even that fettuccine-based meltdown doesn't match the mind-boggling inanity of recent comments Lala Kent made during an interview for Jenny McCarthy's podcast.
"I was gonna ask you how did this like sweet, beautiful Utah girl turn into like this cool, hood chick?" Jenny asked Lala at one point.
"Like on Instagram and stuff your Snapchats are so sexy, funny, but they're hood."
First of all, no matter where you fall on the political spectrum, can we all agree that we don't want to live in a world where one rich blonde white woman feels comfortable publicly calling another rich blonde white woman a "hood chick"?
If that was too cringe-inducing for you to bear, then you might want to stop reading now, because it's about to get much, much worse.
Now, like tens of millions of others, you might be a fan of the late hip-hop icon, Tupac Shakur but apparently, you can never love him as much as Lala, who just planted her flag in his eternal soul.
Yes, Lala has claimed 'Pac for herself, insisting that his spirit entered her body when he was shot to death in September of 1996.
“I don’t know where that comes from," Kent said in response to McCarthy's question.
"I mean I am a firm believer that when Tupac died he took over my body. I know you’re laughing but I’m being for real,” she added.
“I recently just got ‘thug life’ tattooed on me, and I feel so happy about it. It’s by my … the inside ankle on my left, and it’s up and down in my handwriting. It looks like a prison stamp.”
Yep. Lala spoke those words in public.
She somewhat saved herself by admitting how ridiculous the scenario she's describing really is, but the whole thing was still pretty bad:
"I am as boujee and white as they come but I gets to clapping sometimes," she told McCarthy.
Now, Kent recently said that only ugly women fly commercial, so she's no stranger to profound idiocy, but the fact that she made the conscious decision to claim that she's been possessed by Tupac since the age of 6 is truly mind-boggling.
The worst part is, before this point, Lala was in the midst of a rebuilding season.
Previously, she spent most of the time playing the mean girl and chiding her female co-stars for their failure to work on their "summer bodies," but in recent episodes, she came off as less Regina George and more ... eh, we'll give her Gretchen Wieners.
Her latest comments aren't as bad as the remarks that got Stassi Schroeder accused of racism, but they are another reminder that the privileged pretty people of SUR should probably stick to getting sloshed and throwing drinks in each other's faces.
Watch Vanderpump Rules online for more eye-roll moments from Kent and company.