Vixen Chat: The Daughters of Bravo’s ‘Thicker Than Water’ Talk the Good, Bad and Ugly of Reality TV
You’ve described yourself as “rebel of the Tankards.” Why?
I consider myself the rebel because I break all the rules. I do what I want when no one’s looking. You have so much fun when you live your life and do your very best.
Are you dating? Is it hard to impress your father in that regard?
I’m not dating currently. My dad is a tough cookie, but he’s got a soft spot for me. I don’t try to impress my dad or bring him an Obama of a son-in-law. I walk my walk and hope my dad will appreciate my chosen one when that time comes.
What’s the biggest change in your life since reality stardom?
The biggest change in my life is fans recognizing me. I still work my day job, but I must say I have a lot more visitors at my desk these days.
What do you do for a living?
I am a solutions analyst for a large communications company. I started my job as a “just to get by” gig and worked my way up the ladder.
Your family lives a lavish lifestyle, but what celeb’s lifestyle do you admire most?
My favorite celeb is India Arie. I love, love, love her individuality. She embraces herself and is so consistent in every area of her career. I love me some India, honey!!