Um, it was cool. It was fine. I mean, it was all right.
What did you think about your portrayal?
Oh, I didn’t like it because I’m a very outgoing person and they made it seem like I was shy. Everybody that knows me that’s seen it was like, “You were acting shy!” I wasn’t acting shy — it’s the way it’s edited. Like, I know Lava. I know she’s not crazy. But right now, a lot of people when they bring up Lava to me now, they’re like, “That crazy girl, Lava.” I’d rather be called “boring,” though. I’d take boring over crazy any day.
There was a post on suggesting that you were edited the way you were because of your connection to Trey Songz. Did you see that, and what did you think of it?
I saw the story. What do I think of it? I don’t know. People are going to say what they want to say. I know this now: I can’t even post a picture on my Twitter without it being on a site talking about Ray J’s girls and their Halloween costumes. I’m so easy going, it’s like, whatever.
Are you dating Trey?
I’m not answering any of those questions. Ray J actually was nice, and I really liked him. We had a good time on our date. I don’t know why it was portrayed the way it was, but hey, you know?
Was there any truth to the fact that you mentioned Trey in the house, and that was edited out?
I don’t remember.
No, no regrets. It could have been worse for me. I could have been the crazy girl, or the girl who smashed the homey…and that’s not the case. -VH1