I am not bring[ing] cameras in to hide certain pieces so I am very exposed in this which like I said and you will see a little bit of violability and which typically people do not see; [people] never see me cry which was funny because on one of the last shows they were like, ‘I don’t think that she can produce a tear’ and it is funny because now I feel like all I am doing on the new season is crying.
We kind of had a long distance thing going on when I choose to leave Florida and he ended up taking someone else to a tennis tournament and was just all out in the open with it and I feel like that was the most hurtful part — because at the end of the day and I am not saying its right to do whatever you want to do behind closed doors, but out of respect maybe just let me know.
[Laughs] Did you realize when you were taping that you were making TV history?
Flavor of Love came around before reality TV was a business platform, what was it like living in that house with the other girls? Nicole “Hoopz” Alexander: It was so new, like reality everything, especially the type of show that we were doing and it was new for us.
It was my first time stepping out in the public and not really knowing what was going to happen. I didn’t even know all the other women because they kept everybody separate.
follows Nikki and her four sisters, eight nieces and nephews, and an assistant all living under the same roof in Knoxville, Tennessee… Plus it doesn't help that Nikki was actually engaged to Shaquille O'Neal not too long ago, so their breakup is still fresh on her mind!
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