James and I definitely hooked up… you guys were like pretty new in to the relationship and I was pretty new into mine.”
Kent actually told Leviss this on air.
“James and I definitely hooked up … you guys were like pretty new in to the relationship and I was pretty new into mine.
“There’s a lot of things I did when I was drinking that I’m not proud of that I would have never done.”
In a confessional, Raquel later made her feelings known on this confession and development.
“Wow, really Lala?
“You’re such a hypocrite.
“You’re such an effing hypocrite.”
Leviss later met up with James and confronted him about the cheating as well.
“Yeah, it wasn’t a good decision,” he said, pretty laid back about the deception.
“Obviously, both drunk and alcohol was to blame. I was not allowed to leave her room because she was sleeping in bed. That was it. It was a one-off incident.
“You weren’t honest. You knew what I felt about Lala. I was always insecure around her and she was demeaning to my feelings. You made me feel that I didn’t have anything to worry about with Lala.”
Kennedy couldn’t really understand why the past was being brought up in this manner.
He said that he was happy now, and added that he had made a good choice. It’s good that I didn’t marry you. Good thing I didn’t marry you.”
Their exchange ended on that sour note… before Leviss eventually confronted James at a bar for “deflecting” during their prior discussion.
“Sorry, guys make mistakes,” he simply said, before asking his ex to
make a big deal about it at the bar they were at because it was a “sacred place” for him and his current girlfriend.
“I don’t want to make it, like, horrible,” he added — and then Raquel walked out..