Still Fit to Be Bad
TWoP: The blood pressure would be through the roof.
Tanisha: The blood pressure would [laughs] absolutely be through the roof. It'd be crazy.
TWoP: It would be awesome.
Tanisha: I'd pretty much shut it down.
TWoP: It'd be a one-episode series.
Tanisha: I mean, I would definitely have fun. I talked to some of the Bad Girls about it, like Tiffany and I are really, really cool. We talk all the time. I really like her. I just think that the true meaning of Bad Girls would really come out. I know I had a big mouth on the show -- I have a big mouth in general -- but I'm always prepared to back myself up and I don't think that that's the case this season. I'm sorry, I just put it out there. I just don't. And I don't know these girls or anything, but I just don't think that's the case.
TWoP: So what is next for you then? You're done taping Fit Club, so do you have anything else lined up yet?
Tanisha: We are in the talks of possibly working on other projects, yes. Nothing is set in stone yet. Definitely a couple of offers have come my way. Right now, I'm under new management and we're examining things to see how things go. I'm just really excited to see what happens. I think it's going be a great year for me. Definitely.
TWoP: I know already you're a star, Tanisha, because you're using the word "we" to refer to yourself instead of "I." You've got a team now; you've got an entourage.
Tanisha: I got people! [laughs] No, I don't think so. You know, I'm excited. At the end of the day, it's all about being true to who you are, not trying to be anybody else, not trying to be the baddest. Because you know what, I'll tell you everything: I'm a real bad girl, but I don't think I could beat up everybody in this world. There are a couple of people out there who are way badder than I am, who I could never take, and I know that and I think that's what sets me apart from the rest. I admit when I'm wrong, I'm not afraid to speak up but at the end of the day, I do know my boundaries.
TWoP: And you're not going around saying, "I run Brooklyn" like certain people are saying "I run L.A." If you have to keep reminding people, it probably isn't true.