Alexandra Dilworth

Alex doesn't consider what went down in the bathroom a fight, but if Africa keeps disrespecting her she will show her one.

on Oct 17, 2013

Hello loves, well that was an eventful episode.

Before I begin to comment, I feel that we need to have a little recap. If we look back at the last episode, it is clear that Vawn pursues me. He tells me to let him know when I'm tired of behaving. Plain and simple. I've known Vawn for years. We've flirted. . .we've have chemistry. . .I'll admit that, but that's all it's ever been. Being the flirt that I am, I decided he was right. I needed to stop behaving, and go after what I want. Maybe the timing was a little coincidental, but hey Africa was being a bitch so I could care less about their so called "dating."

When Vawn invited me over, it was suppose to be innocent. . .ya know, old friends chatting it up, but with our very flirtatious nature, the night escalated to a level that neither of us expected. And I think that the night revealed a lot: Vawn and I are the same person. Life is a thrilling game for us. That is why we would work and him and Africa wouldn't. Africa doesn't know how to play games. She revealed her feelings very early on, but then retracted them when she realized that him and I might have something going on. See that's her problem right there. She doesn't know how to play the game.

When Africa allowed her little minions to approach me at Tribble's party and tell me to stop flirting with her man, she in that moment, revealed her true feelings for Vawn. Africa, you like Vawn. You like him a lot. Either you really like him or you are very intimidated by me. Either or. That's why you are a straight rude ass bitch to me and that's why you let your friends say something to me.