Lauren on Episode 12: Army of One
Nikki and I were friends at one point, but there’s only so much sh*t she should talk before getting her ass kicked. She always went on and on about how she played football and how tough she was, but she would never step up to the plate for a fight. Not even against me in episode two, and I’m not even a good fighter.
I do believe my friendship with Nikki is over because once I’m done with someone who I truly felt was a friend and who I truly felt screwed me over, I’m done for good. It may not be the right way, but it’s my way and that’s how it’s going to stay.
VIDEO: NIKKI, THE OUTCAST
I didn’t want to work things out with Nikki because I legitimately felt betrayed by her. It was one thing for the other girls to talk about me, because we were never close. I could be cordial with them. But for Nikki, who I spent all of my time with and thought of as a friend, it just wasn’t okay for her to do and say all that she did. I’m honestly not interested in being friends with Nikki. I’ll never say never, but as of now, it’s old news. Let’s move on.
Nikki needed a taste of her own medicine, and I was going to give it to her. I wouldn’t care if Nikki or anyone else played pranks on me because I can take it. I’m a firm believer in the saying ‘if you can’t take it, don’t dish it out.’
Bad Girls never kiss and tell, so use your imagination as to what happened between JD and I when he spent the night. I talked to JD a bit after he came to the house but it was nothing serious. It never is.
Nikki clearly lost her last fight with Wilmarie. I will give her props for holding her ground because that’s what I’ve had to do and been doing all season. I lose respect for people who back down, not for those who stand up for themselves and lose. However, I do hate that Wilma was sent home, and I wish it would have been Nikki instead.