Olivia Defends Fight with Tracy at Anthony's Salon
Olivia Blois Sharpe is the queen of the smoky eye on Jerseylicious! In this episode recap, the loyal makeup artist talks about her big fight with Tracy during Anthony's salon grand opening and why enough is enough already.
Briella and I were really close when we were younger. Obviously, we had a falling out, but we've been working on our friendship. The more we hang out and see each other, the more I feel we're getting back to where we used to be. The workout video was a great chance to keep getting closer.
I also still trust her, which is why I brought up my latest problems with Tracy while we made the video. The advice Briella gave me was fine, but everyone says, "You and Tracy work well together. You're fine. Get over it." Correction: We don't work well together. Our end result may be good, but we work terribly together.
Outsiders looking in don't understand what it's like to constantly be around someone you don't get along with at all. It's difficult because they don't feel my feelings, and they're not in my position. They just see it and say get over it.
Honestly, it's only getting worse. Tracy loves to say that I make myself out to be the victim, but she victimized herself by saying the only thing that happened in our past is that kick to the head. While I take responsibility for what I did, how is voluntarily telling Willy and Jess about it not victimizing yourself? Regardless of whether or not she said my name, who else would've kicked her in the head? Was it Jeff? Anthony? Pregnant Jackie? Let's get real.
Who goes around telling people past business like that, anyway? Willy and Jess just started at Anthony Robert salon, and you're going to put a bad taste in their mouths? It's vindictive. I don't understand how that's trying to warn them of the "mines" at the salon. And, really, I'm a mine? That's a little dramatic. Who have I blown up on ever? Tracy. That's it. She's a nuclear bomb. I should've warned them about her!
Tracy is very fake. There's a motive with everything she does, and even positive things are normally done to get something in return. I see through this, and I don't understand how other people don't. I'm the one who has to speak up on everyone's behalf, because while other people may think the same way, they don't have the balls to say anything. Maybe everyone's scared and doesn't want to get the same rap she gives me.
Obviously, I feel terrible that Tracy and I fought at Anthony's grand opening. That's the last thing I ever wanted. It's unfortunate, but I've had enough. If I was Anthony or Gayle, I'd get rid of one of us. I don't care that they both keep saying that Tracy and I are good at our jobs, because it can't be good for business. They know our history, yet they keep letting us work together. How could you not expect us to have these breakdowns sometimes?
Please don't get me wrong. I'm not justifying it, however, it doesn't make any sense. That's why I react the way I do. I've had enough. I'm almost 25 years old, and I'm not going to allow some girl to talk like this anymore. This isn't high school. I refuse to let her ruin my name or bully me.