The Queen of Bad Pops Off
TWoP: Speaking of Hanna, she seemed to have no real personality. I'm not even sure why she's a "bad girl." What was the story with her?
TT: You know what, Dan? I wish I could tell you. Hanna and Neveen -- I've gotten e-mails from people saying that they used me as protection. They felt like they couldn't be down with the other girls and they felt like they couldn't fight me so they might as well join me. So that's what it was. She [Hanna] is a little bit on the boring side. To be honest, I don't know how she made it in to the Bad Girls house. But hey, I don't cast so that's not on me. I mean she's an alright girl. She's alright. But "bad girl"? I don't know. I don't know what makes her bad.
TWoP: So you guys aren't hanging out together now, representing Brooklyn?
TT: No! Hanna is in like the posh area of Brooklyn. I'm from the 'hood! I mean, my mom's house has definitely gone up in value because she's fixed it up and whatever; the neighborhood has definitely come up from how it used to be. But I walk through the 'hood with my head held high. I don't care if I'm a millionaire, I'll still walk through my 'hood because I love it and that's where I come from. It's Flatbush, man. It's Brooklyn all day every day till I die. I love it, no matter what. But Hanna ain't real Brooklyn, man. She's rich Brooklyn. That don't count. She's from what we like to call "Little Manhattan." That don't count. It just don't count.
TWoP: At least she has a Brooklyn accent, though.
TT: Yeah, she got the Bensonhurst accent going on. It's cute and everything like that. But at the end of the day, those girls are not made to battle, so it doesn't matter. When you need someone to rep where you come from, they gotta be strong, they gotta be down for where they come from, they gotta be ready to die for where they came from. I'm one of those people who will stand by where I come from. I have so much pride in where I come from and I don't care. I love it.