During a recent interview with VH1 – Olivia spoke about Somaya’s music career, Yandy’s involvement in the controversy and what to expect from next weeks episode.
There’s such a big difference watching Somaya and Maurice as compared with you and Rich, what was your take on all of their fighting and Maurice’s responses to Somaya’s requests and her vision as an artist?
That’s the difference right there. Somaya and Maurice and Olivia and Rich Dollaz are four different people. Rich and I respect each other, he respects what I do and I respect what he does. You can tell that they don’t respect each other and their relationship in whatever capacity. I really don’t care because I don’t think about her or think that she’s an artist.
Were you secretly happy when you saw her (Somaya) unbuttoned pants?
I wasn’t secretly happy, obviously I did want her to do good, I don’t have any ill will, I don’t even know her, so it’s crazy when people say I went just to make fun of her. I didn’t even want to go, so why would I go only to make fun of her? A lot of people were making fun before the pants thing even happened so that doesn’t even matter.
I’m torn about Yandy because she acts as if she wants everyone to get along but she inadvertently brings the drama too.
I did tell her that she was wrong in bringing Kimbella to Emily’s party because she knew from her own jewelry party that Kimbella was going to say what she said. Why mess up Emily’s party? She could have had her say it at the jewelry party, but to save face at your party, she didn’t have her bring it up. I told her she was wrong for that. It’s tough on everybody because I know Yandy doesn’t mean any harm whatsoever, sometimes she’s naive to the situation and she really wants everybody to get along and doesn’t know what the problem is.
There were a lot of funny lines from the show last night, did you have a favorite?
My favorite line is from the scenes from next week’s episode, where Emily says “A toast to Kimbella, you’re on the cover of Black Men’s Magazine because you’ve had so many black men in you,” oh my God.