She told VIBE,
“Jimmy and I have our own show now. There’s definitely gonna be drama. We love each other but we don’t always see eye-to-eye.”
She added, “We respect each other but just like any other relationship, it gets rocky.” said Chrissy who hasn’t yet decided on a name for the show. “I really don’t know [the title yet]. I really wanted Me and Mrs. Jones but Kelis and Nas already used that,” she said.
“It’s like why did I let them get me that angry? I feel like I can think circles around half of the situations that I allow myself to get angry at,” Chrissy mused. “My wit and my vocabulary is enough to cut somebody down where I don’t have to get physical.”
On feeling like producers were setting her up:
I was easily angered because I signed up for something that was supposed to be about girl power and women embracing each other in this crazy world of hip-hop; I thought it was gonna be more of a support thing instead of Gladiators. It felt like they would always bring somebody to challenge me, I would knock ‘em down, and they would bring somebody else. By the end of season two, I really felt like a Gladiator. They would go as far as telling the new girl: “Chrissy thinks she’s Queen Bee around here so we need you to step up because nobody here has a strong enough personality. So we need you to come in here and shut it down.” So they were feeding people this negative energy from the door. I have no reason to lie. I’ll say it whoever. It’s compromising to your soul because it’s like I didn’t sign up for this, but I’ll be damned if I’m gonna allow somebody make a fool of me because the cameras are rolling.
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