I think we have to be careful
about what we glamorize. Because I think the little girl
from Cash Me Outside, Though, that girl,
I think she’s getting a reality show. The reality is, even though it’s a reality
show, not everybody is going to get the same results doing these type of things.
>>Right.>>And young children are looking at this, so we have to be careful who we
make as role models and who->>Come on, mom!>>[APPLAUSE]>>I’m serious, you know what I mean?>>That is true.>>Because if a lot of kids start acting like that, the reality is,
they’ll end up in juvie, not on a reality show.
>>That is true.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>That’s the truth, though.>>They think they are all going to end up on reality TV, and that is not the case.
>>Yes.>>100%.>>We just, I just think people, as long as there are audiences for
it, it’s going to happen.>>That’s what we’ve got to stop, making that popular.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>I’m going to say it.>>That’s what somebody said here, I’m just reading this,
and this is so true. @doctorwhosaid, said, that they reward teenagers who get
pregnant with reality shows, so I guess nothing is off limits anymore.
>>Yeah.>>That is true.>>It’s still a business.>>We have to ask ourselves, too, why do we watch those things, why?
>>Because it’s messy.>>Does it makes us feel better about our lives, why?
>>Misery loves company, if we’re miserable, we like watching
other people being miserable, too.>>And it’s an escape for some women.
>>And it probably makes you feel better that
their situation is worse than mine, or.>>I honestly think it feeds the worst part of us. Meaning, if you don’t want
to think your life sucks. Or you want to see somebody
else losing other than you, then you’re that type of
person who will watch it. If you like laughing at other people,
making fun of other women, or having something to talk about. Because you like trash talking, you’re going to be that person, I think it
feeds that part of us that all of us have. All of us have that.
>>That’s what they wanted to do with our show, they wanted to make our show,
I met a lady.>>Uh-huh.>>This was two weekends ago.>>Okay.>>And the first question, she came, she said, I love the show,
the next question, she said, who is it that you don’t like the least?
>>Wow!>>And I said, why would you ask that?
>>Yeah.>>First of all, I get along with all my cast mates,
why would you ask that type of question?>>[APPLAUSE]>>You know what I mean? But that is-
>>Did you say that?>>Yeah, I said that, and she immediately apologized,
because she realized, I was like, we all hang out.>>Yeah.
>>We all like each other.>>Yes.>>That’s what they try to do with our show, they try to say
that we don’t get along, that we couldn’t get along.
>>Yes, they make up stuff.>>They make up stuff. People, we get along, okay?
>>We love each other.>>We really do.>>We really do.>>Even when people try to stir up stuff with us, I always say, listen to the things that we said.
>>Right.>>Like don’t listen to what people said, listen to actually what
comes out of our mouths, and that proves who we really are as people.
>>Exactly.>>[APPLAUSE]>>They’ll never hear us talking bad about nobody. But that’s just, people automatically want
to go to the negative when it comes to women, and that’s just not true. Just don’t believe that,
women can work together, we’re doing it.>>[APPLAUSE]>>We work behind the scenes and in front of the camera together.
>>We do.>>Yeah.>>And we lift each other and encourage.>>We help each other, encourage one another,
that’s what it’s about. So hopefully this show ends up being
more about, like you said, G-O-L-D, gold diggers and uplifting women. Even if they’re in situations that don’t
seem like the obvious way to get to success, that this show can be
something that is a positive.>>I know there’s some hard working women, they work just like everybody else. So I can’t, I don’t want to knock their
hustle, but it’s just the side stuff, the messy stuff I don’t like.
>>Yes, agreed.>>But if you’re a working girl, hey, do your thing, so.