Scheana Shay, Lala Kent celebrate Christmas by slamming Raquel Leviss in new holiday single

’Tis the season to be messy.

Scheana Shay and Lala Kent dropped a new holiday single titled “Christmas Slay” on Friday that pays homage to many iconic Bravo moments — but also slams their former “Vanderpump Rules” co-star Rachel “Raquel” Leviss.

“It’s Christmastime, and I’m tryin’ to push off the naughty list / You catch my drift?” Shay, 38, raps in one pointed verse of the festive tune. “I wanna be an angel, not a Rachel, bitch.”

Another lyric — made in reference to Leviss’ temporary restraining order (TRO) against Shay earlier this year — boldly declares, “No more TROs!”

The “Good as Gold” songstress swiftly ended her friendship with Leviss, 29, after she learned of the latter’s earth-shattering affair with “Pump Rules” OG Tom Sandoval in March.

Lala Kent and Scheana Shay’s new holiday single, “Christmas Slay,” takes aim at their former “Vanderpump Rules” co-star Rachel “Raquel” Leviss. Instagram
The festive tune was released Friday. scheana/Instagram

Shay’s best friend and castmate Ariana Madix had been dating the cover band frontman, 41, for nearly a decade, but she called it quits upon discovering his infidelity.

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Reports subsequently surfaced that Shay and Leviss got into a heated, physical exchange after a joint appearance on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” on the same night Madix, 38, found out about Sandoval’s cheating.

However, Shay vehemently denied Leviss’ claim that she had “punched” the former pageant queen.

“I wanna be an angel, not a Rachel, bitch,” Shay raps on the song. rachelleviss/Instagram
Shay was close with Leviss before the latter betrayed Ariana Madix by hiding an affair with Tom Sandoval. Casey Durkin/Bravo via Getty Images

Leviss later filed for a temporary order of protection against Shay, which a judge eventually dismissed.

Days prior, Leviss filmed the “Pump Rules” Season 10 reunion — separately from Shay, as the TRO was still active — but did not return when cameras picked up for Season 11.

The next installment of the Bravo reality show is set to premiere in January, the same month Leviss unleashes her new iHeartPodcasts venture, “Rachel Goes Rogue.”

Leviss did not return to “Pump Rules” after the scandal, while both Sandoval and Madix did. Instagram/@raquelleviss
Madix had been dating Sandoval for nearly a decade when she discovered his infidelity in March. arianamadix/Instagram

On Friday’s episode of her “Scheananigans” podcast, Shay reflected on her fallout with Leviss.

“Why do you need a temporary restraining order against me? I’m not stalking you. I have not tried to contact you,” she told guest co-hosts Ryan Bailey and Kiki Monique.

“I have had zero, zero contact. So what are you afraid of?”

Kent and Shay’s holiday track also celebrates the Bravo universe at large. Instagram

While Shay and Kent’s Christmas track takes aim at Leviss, it also celebrates the Bravo universe at large with playful nods to several “Real Housewives” who have left inedible marks on their respective franchises.

“It’s the Tres Amigas sippin’ tequilas,” they rap, acknowledging the sisterhood of “Real Housewives of Orange County” OGs Vicki Gunvalson, Shannon Beador and Tamra Judge.

Additionally, they give a shout-out to “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum Lisa Rinna and her famed pout: “Lip service to Santa like Lisa Reeh-nas.”

The ladies pay tribute to Vicki Gunvalson, Lisa Rinna and more “Real Housewives” icons in “Christmas Slay.” Todd Williamson/Bravo

They make another “RHOBH” mention with a brief recap of Erika Jayne’s legal win in her infamous $750,000 diamond earrings case.

The Las Vegas entertainer, 52, scored a major victory in July when a judge found that a trustee was unable to prove that her estranged husband, disbarred attorney Tom Girardi, had misappropriated funds that were used to buy the pricey jewels — which were purchased in 2007 and have since gone up in value.

“It’s been a long year, being savage is piercing,” Kent, 33, raps. “But the verdict came in, and we’re keeping the earrings.”

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