Gigi's Got Parking Lot Problems
I absolutely appreciated Michelle telling me that Olivia and Tracy talked. It was nice of her, and she did the right thing.
As soon as I heard about it, I thought Tracy was seriously up to no good. Even when she was in the wrong with everything that she had done to Olivia in the past, she never wanted to talk to her. But when it came to me she suddenly wanted to speak to Olivia? It didn't make sense. I felt like Tracy went to Olivia to spite me, turn the tables and play the victim. She wanted to point the finger, like, "Gigi's the bad girl now. Don't trust her!"
The situation is really complicated. Tracy only told Olivia one thing that I had said rather than everything I really did confront Tracy about. Tracy was going around saying that I talked about Olivia, or she thought that was the only reason Olivia was mad, when Tracy never even told Olivia about when we met up and what I really did say to Tracy. I never talked badly about Olivia, but Tracy knew what she was doing.
I didn't intentionally mean to hurt a soul. Olivia was hurt by what I did, but at the time, I didn't know what I did that really bothered her because she just cut me off. I didn't realize what I was doing. So, when she told me she needed to hear that I was sorry, I was like, fine. You know what, I was wrong for acting like that at the time—I wasn't thinking. I'll admit if I was hurting her feelings. It takes a bigger person to admit when they are wrong.
So, then i went to Anthony Robert Salon to talk to Tracy. I didn't want to start a problem. I just wanted to get together, sit down and talk, but as soon as I approached her, she said she didn't want to talk to me and cursed right in my face. That was so disrespectful, not even hearing me out. Right away, she was very defensive. She got angry, and once she got like that, I got like that. I was there trying to have a conversation, not to fight. I wanted us to put it all on the table and handle this like adults. I don't like fighting in a parking lot! That's just not me. I went there thinking that Tracy could actually be mature and talk it out, but that wasn't the case.
I can only go by how I am. If someone wants to talk to me, then let's sit down and talk. But Tracy's not like that. I've come to realize that there's no common ground, no talking to her. But I really didn't think that she was going to get so angry. I knew she was upset, but I didn't expct her to flip out like that at all.