"If you're drinking and smoking weed, you're not sober," the "Vanderpump Rules" star says.
Lala Kent opened up in a new interview about how she believes Demi Lovato's song "California Sober" is "extremely offensive" to those on the road to recovery.
The 30-year-old model appeared on Monday's (July 19) episode of David Yontef's Behind the Velvet Rope podcast, where she opened up about being sober since October 2018.
But she also discussed how she took issue with Lovato's song "California Sober" from their most recent album Dancing With the Devil ... The Art of Starting Over, which centers on the lifestyle of allowing some alcohol and marijuana while avoiding hard drugs. In Lovato's YouTube Originals docuseries of the same name, the singer discussed at length their journey to recovery following their near-fatal overdose in 2018 and how they've felt immense pressure being the "poster child of sobriety." Lovato opened up about deciding to follow the path that's best for them, with the help of their recovery case manager Charles Cook, and allow weed and wine in their life while still avoiding hard liquor. While Lovato says in the doc that recovery is not a "one-size-fits-all solution," Kent finds that solution to be "super offensive."