7 Comments Thursday, January 15th, 2009
â€œIf I like you a lot and weâ€™re dating, Iâ€™m very jealous. A lot of women wonâ€™t admit that but I have to.â€
Word on the street is youâ€™re constantly mistaken for Scary Spice. At least Eddie Murphy has an alibi now.
Hereâ€™s what happened. I always used to have long hair so I never got that, but as soon as I cut it and started wearing it funkier, I started to hear that I looked like her. If you really pay attention, we really donâ€™t look alike. If you want to be generic about it, maybe; but, if you really look at it, no. Do I still get it? No. And if I do, I will slap somebody in the head.
Yikes! Could we choose whichâ€¦.oh, never mind. Before pressing flesh with the WWE divas, you moved your hips as a Miami Heat dancer. Mustâ€™ve been a whole different degree of girl-on-girl action, huh?
I danced for them for two years and it was very exciting. Do you know how many girls audition to become a Miami Heat dancer? I was passionate about dancing and basketball, so being able to do that, having Shaq on the team and winning a championship ring is an experience I will always treasure. One day when I have kids, theyâ€™ll be proud of me.
And what, a KING spread is chopped liver? That hurts. Wait, rewindâ€¦dancers get championship rings, too?
Yeah, all of us did. Mine has my name on it. I should have worn it to this photo shoot, but sometimes Iâ€™m scared to wear it because itâ€™s too big. Everyone would be staring at it and I donâ€™t really want that kind of attention.
Well, whoever wouldâ€™ve scoped the ring first should cancel their subscriptions, anyway. Your big break came through winning our favorite reality competition, WWEâ€™s Diva Search. Was there ever any doubt?
I honestly thought that I wasnâ€™t going to win. I was surprised that I got into the top three and was just happy that I was getting a free trip to New York. Because of my ethnicity, I honestly thought that people werenâ€™t going to vote for me. There were a lot of beautiful women there and any one of us couldâ€™ve won. I wasnâ€™t prepared to hear my name and sometimes when I watch the tape, I have to laugh at myself.
You should peep our tapeâ€”your bubbly, chest-bouncing ring entrance looped six hours straight. Are wardrobe malfunctions ever a concern?
There are always scary moments about that. Thatâ€™s why we always wear double sided tape. If not, we use a special kind of glue, but the night I won the Diva search, I didnâ€™t think Iâ€™d be jumping up and down like that so I didnâ€™t wear anything. As I look back, I was very fortunate that I stayed in place. Now, Iâ€™m sure to tape or glue up everything I need too. You canâ€™t give the goods away for free, right?
The now defunct Brit pack would beg to differ. Letâ€™s step away from the ring. In terms of relationships, whatâ€™s your biggest flaw?
If I like you a lot and weâ€™re dating, Iâ€™m very jealous. A lot of women wonâ€™t admit that but I have to. Iâ€™m secure, but I know whatâ€™s mine and I claim it. I expect the guy that Iâ€™m dating to be the same.
Say you caught your man cheatingâ€¦who gets the first bruisingâ€”him or his jump-off?
I would never hit the girl first because, at the end of the day, I have the commitment to that guy, not the girl. If that girl was my friend or family, then we have an issue.
What move would you use on herâ€”the Boston Crab, or The Bronx Bitch-Slapper?
Oooh, she does not want to know! I would probably pull her hair out. No, Iâ€™d cut all her hair off and burn it in front of her. How about that?
Damn, thatâ€™s some Fatal Attraction stuffâ€”we like! Letâ€™s call it the â€œWeave Wacker.â€
There you go. I love that! Seriously, though, I would just walk away because once a cheater, always a cheater. I see a lot of women make the mistake of fighting the girl but chances are, the girl probably doesnâ€™t know about you. Thatâ€™s on the dude. Beat him up.â€” Larry â€œThe Blackspotâ€ Hester
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