Lisa Vanderpump wants “Vanderpump Rules” fans to redirect their anger.
The restaurateur jokingly called on Bravo viewers to go after her former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” co-stars Kyle Richards and Lisa Rinna instead of Tom Sandoval, whose affair with Raquel Leviss ended his nearly 10-year relationship with Ariana Madix.
“This kind of vigilante justice I don’t agree with at all,” Vanderpump, 62, said on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” Wednesday while speaking directly to the camera.
“I think these are people that are living their life in a public forum, which is very difficult,” she continued of the participants in the scandalous “Pump Rules” love triangle that has sent reality TV fanatics into a tailspin over the last week.
Vanderpump noted that there is “so much infidelity in the world,” adding, “It’s not like they murdered anyone. It’s a show.”
However, the OG “Housewife” also said fans should not let Sandoval, 39, and Leviss, 28, “off the hook” so quickly.
“Condemn their actions, but don’t condemn the people, OK?” she advised. “All this aggression … it can have serious ramifications. I really mean that. I think everybody should be careful with that.”
Vanderpump shadily concluded, “I don’t like it, and I don’t want to see it — unless it’s to, you know, Kyle or Lisa Rinna.”
The former “RHOBH” cast members’ feud dates back to 2018 when Richards and Rinna accused Vanderpump of leaking their show’s infamous “Puppygate” scandal to the press. The former “Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump” host stopped filming “RHOBH” in the midst of the drama before announcing her exit in 2019 following a nine-season run.
While Vanderpump and Richards, 54, have continued taking jabs at each other online in recent years, the bar owner reignited her beef with Rinna, 59, in January after the “Days of Our Lives” alum also left “RHOBH.”
“Ding dong,” she tweeted at the time, an apparent reference to “Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead” from “The Wizard of Oz.”
Vanderpump has said several times that she would only return to “RHOBH” if producers “cleaned house” with the cast, a sentiment she reiterated on “WWHL” Wednesday.
“Rinna’s finally gone. Did she leave or was she fired?” she cheekily asked Andy Cohen before saying, “We’ve talked about it. You’ve said the door’s always open, and you’re kind of on the right path with one gone. There’s just a few more to go.”