Who is tiffany pollard dating
I'm just having fun out here in these streets," she quipped. We know Tiffany was part of a high-profile romance with rapper Flavor Flav, who she admitted she would still like to hook up with. He's off the radar." For more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter!
"You know, I did say earlier this year that I would hook up with him again, but I gotta say, I don't know if the feeling is mutual, because I've been trying to kind of low-key holler at Flav and I haven't been getting no get back from him," she revealed. Maybe he's off to the side doing his own thing or he's finally taking his marriage seriously.
I see myself doing that in the next couple of years, for sure." The reality star also shared an update on her current dating life, and we must say, we were somewhat surprised.
"I'm still as controlling as I ever was before, so I mean — there are a few guys on my radar, but as far as anyone sticking with me right now, no.
For two years, a regular-shmegular black woman was adored for being shamelessly herself without caveats or compromises.
There was no political correctness or need for genteel demurs as someone proudly proclaims they would “like to go black and never go back,” as Rachel Lindsay recently had to endure (in fact, early on in the show Pollard ardently expressed her disapproval of a contestant calling herare the sort of unadulterated, bona fide emotion that both entertained and bonded her audience to her journey for love.
We're happy to report that Tiffany "New York" Pollard, sometime this season… Video: New York's David Bowie/David Gest Mix-Up Is Reality TV Gold!
For those who are unfamiliar, Tiffany Pollard (of the Utica, New York, Pollards) made her grand entrance into the reality-show cannon in 2006 via VH1’s cult-classic dating game show, , starring Public Enemy’s Flavor Flav as the bachelor.
After word got out about the tragic passing of Liza Minnelli's ex, Tiffany "New York" Pollard shared her condolences for her fellow house for the way she reacted after learning David Bowie had passed away.
Instead, the VH1 star mistakenly thought the 62-year-old had died suddenly while they were in the UK house together.
"I go back and forth so much with the baby situation because I know that I'm one of those women that once I have my child, I'm going to remain plus size," Tiffany shared via phone.
"It's okay — I just know I'm not going to drop that weight, but I mean, I am getting to the point where it is going to be worth it, because my biological clock is ticking, and every day I'm reminded of this fact, so I'm just trying to really settle down with someone when the time is right, and I really do want to become a mother.