Tammy Rivera Responds to Interview Backlash

Photo Credit: VH1
Photo Credit: VH1

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Tammy Rivera has been getting dragged on social media for the last few days because of some comments she made while defending her choice to take back Waka Flocka, despite his cheating ways.

However, she now claims her words have been taken out of context.

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  1. How were her words switched up when she’s said dumb crap like this before? This is her bird mentality. She needs to think she’s some special snowflake for staying with a cheater but what she fails to understand is it’s actually pretty common and expected for women. It takes courage to break out the box and demand more from a man to be honest. She wouldn’t know anything about that though.

  2. No-one switched up anything. She’s just mad most people have enough sense to see how dumb she is. She wouldn’t be tweeting this if most people were like “yasss girl so true!”

  3. I can’t stand when people do this. No one took your silly words out of context boo. We all knew you weren’t the sharpest tool out the shed when you explained this the first time. At least you’re pretty I guess.

  4. She just needs to learn when to shut the f-ck up. She talks too damn much and none of the sh-t she has been saying makes her look smart. The truth is her simple a-s wouldn’t even be dealing with Waka’s THOT a-s if he wasn’t a rapper. She ain’t loyal to him sh-t she’s loyal to the lifestyle he provides her. That’s cool just don’t try to shame other women for not being as f-cking pathetic as you are.

  5. Tammy is so annoying. And this isn’t the first time she said something stupid and tried to say the ignorance she’s spewing is too hard and complex for people to understand. She’s not as smart and wise as she thinks she is.

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