Tabatha Coffey

Tabatha explains why it was so important for Aisha to confront her personal problems.

on Jan 25, 20120

Aisha had a vision and a brand she wanted to build for her business. I love a good plan, but she had totally lost her way and was definitely not leading by example. The vision was "high end" yet there was no reception area, a VIP lounge that looked like a hospital room (in fact I take that back, I've seen nicer hospital rooms), clients left waiting for hours and being burned by assistants, and staff and owner screaming across the salon. High end? I think not.

11 comments
awe
awe

Hi Tabitha, I love your show. I never miss it. I have a request for you... my daughter gets her hair done at the Independence Mall in Kingston,Ma. They really need your assistance.

THATSBULL
THATSBULL

After last night's embarassing show, does anyone wonder why a group of "veterans" would find a new place to perform their trade?

Carolyn L
Carolyn L

Hi Tabatha, you had me cracking up when Aisha hand over her keys to you for the takeover. "you want me to take care of your husband and kids as well"? Monica was a riot also definitely toned it down, but maintained her sense of humor. looking forward to the next episode.

tetetiff
tetetiff

I'm so happy you are back for a new season. I learn so much about the business of the business. I own a business so I sit and take notes. I really wish you could come help me. I desperately need someone tell me the truth. But I reward you for being honest to these entrepreneurs and helping them!

Sheradynn
Sheradynn

Hi Tabatha, I love to watch your show! I'm 12 years old and me and my friend really want to meat you!!!!!!:)

TABATHA TOOK ME OVER
TABATHA TOOK ME OVER

Tabatha I love you and your show!

Your no-nonsense attitude is so refreshing because it's not an affect--you are really trying to set people straight and get them back on track. Your show is wonderful because other failing business can glean some advice that pertains to their issues and new businesses can learn from the mistakes they see on your show.

Stay sharp and sexy Tabitha! Too bad I don't stand a chance with you (I'm male)!

PS: THATSBULL sounds like an employee who got the boot after your visit to his/her FORMER place of employment?

THATSBULL
THATSBULL

The upcoming episode will be interesting. The facts of the episode are not exactly truthful, so what happens after the show is aired should be really intersting for the Douglasville, GA area. Amazing how a lack of leadership can lead to defaming charachter assassinations on people that did nothing wrong.

Can't wait!

LOVE THIS SHOW!
LOVE THIS SHOW!

I feel like I learn so much about business, etc. when I watch your show. I love it how you are a straight shooter, but are kind at the same time. Glad you are back for another season!

TheGoodFaery
TheGoodFaery

I was so impressed that Aisha made the staffing changes the she needed to. She cut out people who would not make an effort for the salon; both were in support positions, they were the ones who needed to work with the most people. I loved Monica, and how she immediately toned down her voice, but kept her wonderful wit. Upsca? Fabulous. She should have her own show. BTW, I think Aisha looked especially beautiful with short hair.

johnny73
johnny73

I love this show. I think Tabatha is great. I like it that Tabatha tells the owners it' s going to be her way or no way. I love you Tabatha! Keep up the good work! I look forward to seeing what happens the rest of the season. I look forward to next season.