So we had a conversation and I just felt like, “Hey, why not? They don’t know how to perceive me because they don’t know me. I don’t have a title yet but I have a lot of records.  People tend to view reality TV in a negative way. I’ve heard that she just puts things together and she doesn’t really force anyone to act out of character. I was friends with O and Fizz is like a brother to me. There’s probably a few more that I’m not thinking of off hand. I’ve been knowing Mona [Scott-Young, the show’s producer] since I was 16 or 17. You mentioned knowing Mona for a number of years, what are your thoughts when people speak negatively about her? These are all my friends in real life, before the show.if Teairra Mari needs to turn herself in and stand trial for the alleged Uber driver assault in which she is accused of beating her driver before taking off with his phone charger.If she doesn’t turn herself in, the star risks being arrested if she is seen in public.
I must say that it wasn’t really known that you and Ray J had such a lengthy relationship. Who would you say your favorite cast member is on ? It’s funny because all my favorites are the turn up queens. I never thought I would mirror them in any possible [way] because I don’t like to fight in public. He’s done me wrong in the past and I always go back to him. I didn’t feel like it was important, I just felt the timing was right. So for me to be a part of it is kind of like crazy because now I’m going to become people’s guilty pleasure. I don’t think I watch scripted shows anymore expect for like . Were you and Ray J trying to keep your relationship on the low or was it something that just never really got out? Why did you feel it was important to join the cast?, with her relationship with Ray J setting sparks fly as the two fell apart in shocking ways. Three episodes into the new season, sites like Jezebel are already calling her “the best and worst part” of the show, with her drama—screaming matches, drink-throwing incidents, general confrontations—taking over the spotlight. The olive branch design was a perfect fit for this particular situation, being both a symbol heavily linked to Greek history (the groom was the son of King George I of Greece) and bridal history (brides wearing olive wreaths can be found dating back to ancient Greece), and being reminiscent of the styles popular in the Napoleonic era (the bride was the great-grandniece of Napoleon I).