Blonde Baller is speaking out about her time on Real Chance of Love 2. The latest contestant to be eliminated left a lot of unanswered questions when she left the show.
In this new interview with VH1, Blonde Baller aka Kip Force, talks about her feelings on being called a “snitch,” her new war of words with Chance, why she wants to be on Charm School and how she felt about being eliminated.
Excerpts from her interview her below –
Usually the first question I ask is, “How was your time on the show?” But via your Twitter, and elsewhere, I think I already know the answer.
My time was not positive at all.
What leaves you the most unsettled?
The editing. They made me look like I snitched on Flirty. They didn’t show the date before that, when she was dancing with Real and sitting with Real at dinner. Flirty was talking about me for 35 minutes about how she wanted to take a Real chain. She told me she liked Chance as a friend. I told her to use her next date to get to know Real, that way if she got kicked off, she got kicked off trying for the guy she was originally there for.
We did see her specifically say that she wasn’t going to take a Real chain, though.
She said that she wanted to get to know him, but she didn’t want to take his chain and be a flip-flopper. That’s when I said, “Well, Mamacita did it.” And she said, “Oh!” After that, in the room, I told her, “Flirty, don’t back out,” she said she wouldn’t, that she was going to get to know Real. Then the next day on the bus, she said, “Oh, I like Chance again!” Whatever, dude. They just don’t show a lot of stuff, like Hot Wings’ dude calling and saying, “Tell her that her car payment is paid.” They brought that up in court and she said, “Well, it’s still in his name. We were together two years. We’re still best friends.” She didn’t pack up one time, she packed up three times.
What about the snitching issue?
We’re taped 24/7. How am I snitching on you when you told national television your business? The only reason I know your business is because you were open with it and you were open with it in front of a camera.