On this episode of Harsh Actuality, hosts Jessie Woo and Yung Joc hold the dialog going with their visitors on episode two – London Charles, aka Deelishis and Tammy Rivera.
Within the episode appropriately titled “Actuality and Relationships,” the group mentioned how being on actuality TV impacted their romantic relationships.
The “Killa” rapper has some clever phrases to share concerning the topic, explaining that public notion of a actuality present couple can both make or break them.
“Actuality TV is a really attention-grabbing catalyst,” defined Joc. “[If] the world loves us collectively, it type of forces us to remain collectively. If we get on TV and the world doesn’t approve, that’s gonna be an uphill battle.”
All three girls study in actual time that they had been paid unfairly for his or her respective sequence. Woo, who appeared on Love & Hip Hop: Miami recalled, “Throughout the reunion, shit was happening, and the forged member to my left stated, ‘This isn’t price no $1,200 per episode,’” which was when the influencer discovered she was making lower than half of what that forged member was making.
From there, everyone shared their cost particulars, that are all around the map. Nonetheless, the Waka & Tammy star acknowledged that her unscripted sequence days launched her profession.
“He [her ex-husband] gave me a chance. He was Waka Flocka earlier than a lot of the world knew Tammy Rivera,” she stated.
The Harsh Actuality quad additionally chopped it up concerning the execs and cons of being on actuality TV.
The “All These Kisses” singer admitted she lamented how her previous impacted her daughter, who doesn’t wish to stay in her movie star mum or dad’s shadows.
“On her YouTube channel, she stated, ‘Don’t ask me about my mom and father,’” defined Rivera.
Charles describes how her time on Taste of Love was a part of her journey to studying to not diminish herself for a accomplice.
“I’m not going to throw Deelishis within the background,” stated the mannequin.