Lisa Rinna always has the last laugh.
On Tuesday night's episode of "Watch What Happens Live," Andy Cohen asked the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star about the criticism that she was "too old" to be at Coachella this year, and she had the perfect response.
"I made the Jack-Hole the other night these people who were trolling you guys because they were saying you guys were 'too old to be there,'" Cohen said. "I was like, 'Well, man, if they're too old, then that means I'm too old, too, and I could've been there.'"
Haters slammed @lisarinna for going to #Coachella, claiming she was too old to be there. But as she explained on #WWHL last night, she was laughing all the way to the BANK, honey. #RHOBHpic.twitter.com/MibOnS0cUF— Dave Quinn (@NineDaves) April 17, 2019
"You know what? Listen, here's the thing. If I breathe, I get judged at this point," Rinna started. "Here's the thing: I got paid to go for Amazon. I mean, I'm usually there. I got a check, honey! I got a check!"
"Honey, I made serious bank by going," Rinna went on. "F--k you guys! I made serious bank. F--k the trolls. F--k you, trolls! Yes! I'm not kidding, you saw me at my Amazon Locker. I made a fortune. I made a f--king fortune!"
The television personality, who was spotted with co-stars Kyle Richards, Teddi Mellencamp and Erika Jayne during Coachella's first weekend, also made sure to note that her appearance at the festival was nothing out of the ordinary: She actually goes to Coachella every year with her model daughters, thank you very much.
"I'm always there for the kids," she finished. "I've been going down for the last six years!"