So Hood aka Judith Scullark was the second girl to quit Charm School 3 this week. In this new interview with VH1, she talks about the reason she quit, plus why she doesn’t necessarily think Ki Ki’s elimination was racially motivated.
So Hood also continues to stand by her proclamation of being the “modern-day Martin Luther King.” Something tells me MLK would rather not be associated with this foolishness. She goes on to talk about a physical fight she had with Brittanya which wasn’t shown on TV.
Below are some excerpts from her interview, as well as more photos of So Hood.
What are your thoughts about this whole ordeal?
I thought it was a bunch of bulls***. It was a wreck from Day 1. I had a feeling when I first walked in the house that something like this was going to take place. I tried to stick it out and sure enough, come the second elimination, some bulls*** happened.
What was the problem?
Ricki does not get both sides of the story. She allowed people into her office: some she invited, some requested to go see her. Basically, snitches. I never ran to her to tell her what was going on, which I guess now I should have. But I followed by the street code: no snitching. I hate snitches. So a lot of people ran to her, and she never got Ki Ki’s side of the story. I had a weird feeling when I stepped off that bus and saw Ricki there, but I really wanted to change and I went through hell and high water to get to Charm School. Ricki’s trying to teach women to be charming, but that talk show she had was not a charming show. I have no problem with it. I love trash like that. I love all these crazy, who’s-the-father DNA-type shows. But how can she teach women to be charming?
The scenes of you screaming at Bubbles seem harsh.
Bubbles plays the victim role and a lot of people don’t know that. Lala pointed that out. Bubbles is very conniving, very sneaky. I’m starting to think she’s not as dumb as she comes off to be. I think she knows what she needs to do to get under people’s skin and then come off as the victim.