Tila writes “Kristy is fake! Used me to get on TV!”; Kristy “started to emotionally break down”

On Tuesday, after the finale of A Shot of Love with Tila Tequila 2 aired and the world saw Tila get rejected by Kristy, Tila proved she’s not quite over this yet, posting a ranting MySpace blog entry that she’s since deleted.

It was headlined “BITCHES AIN’T SHIT BUT HOES AND TRICKS!” and was written in verse, sort of, and said things like, “Thunderfuck my mouth is shut. Been a while, feel like a cunt. / Can’t wait for this drama to pass.” It also said, “For a long time coming….I let you touch me….now that it’s over bitch….You better start running. Pent up inside….telling these lies….this has gone too far…..the world will soon die.”

For a while, her MySpace profile was even headlined “KRISTY IS FAKE! USED ME TO GET ON TV!”–and that’s apparently different than Tila using all of the men and women who appeared on two seasons of her show.

Meanwhile, heartbreaking bisexual Kristy Morgan told People that she dumped Tila because “I really went with what my heart said. Sometimes you date people, and then it’s not always the happy ending.” During her time in the house, she was “emotionally unstable.” That time “helped me learn what type of woman I want to be, [but] I started to emotionally break down,” she said.

Tila Tequila [MySpace]
A Shot at Love 2’s Kristy: Dumping Tila Was ‘Right Thing’ to Do [People]

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