Tailor Made regrets spitting, says “I’m trying to be really low-key”

I Love New York 2 cast member Tailor Made, whose real name is George Weisgerber, says that his behavior on the show is only about falling in love with Tiffany Pollard.

“My sole motivation was to go out there and try to win this woman’s heart. Some of my actions on the show people consider to be unsavory but I think if I didn’t put 100% into it and didn’t do everything possible to attempt to be with her, then I’d always live to regret it,” he told the New York Daily News.

Among other things, he’s spit in another man’s face; earlier, a confrontation with Buddha led to Buddha’s elimination for hitting him. After both, he ran to New York to tell on the other men.

Tailor Made says the spitting is the one thing he’d take back. “That’s the only thing I did regret,” he said. Incredibly, he says, “I’m trying to be really low-key but, unfortunately, it’s becoming difficult.”

On Monday’s episode, he says, “I do try to extend an olive branch to the other guys to say, ‘Hey listen, all is fair in love and war — but at the same time, that’s doesn’t mean that I have to stab everyone in the back.’ I’m still 100% dedicated to winning New York’s heart, however I’m approaching it more in that, ‘I want her to see what’s great about me’ way and not so much, ‘Let’s see what’s wrong about everyone else.’”

Still game for ‘Love’ despite reputation [New York Daily News]
I Love New York 2 Recap – Episode 4 – Life’s a Snitch [VH1]

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