Bad Girl Falen talks about her East African background, prior job as a substitute teacher and her thoughts on living in Mexico! We are a small Roman Catholic and Muslim country; it is split in between, half and half. We finally got our independence in the 90s. What is it like? It can get crazy and boring. Just your typical DC night life. There are a billion lounges and clubs. What were you doing before the Bad Girls Club? I was a 5th grade substitute teacher believe it or not!
The type of love that they have for me is really weird but it was a cool thing to do. I also used to model for magazines, did a book cover and a small amount of music videos. Do you have a limit when it comes to modeling? I try to keep as classy as I can.
I could care less what people think. I try to throw in a little old and new school. A mix of the future with pin up. I love pin up. I like to mix and match my things and create my own style. What pushes you to the limit? It takes a lot for me to get angry and to get to that point. How did you hear about casting?
They gave me the information and it was weird when they liked me. They loved my style, the spunk and my personality. It will either make me or break me and I will make sure it makes me before it breaks me. What was the process like for you leading up to being an official cast mate of the show? They want to know about your whole life. Your past, present and future. What is your definition of a Bad Girl?
It is such a typical question and girls will answer it thinking you have to be bad ass and fight. A bad girl is you, who you are, what you are and how you present yourself to other people. You have to have a strong backbone, which is what makes you a bad girl. What types of hardships did you face that makes you bad? I died before and I got brought back. Being able to cheat death and still be here with a positive attitude now that is bad ass.
Life is too short to be down in the dumps. Because of your experience, is there a motto you live by? Do what you want to do. If you work hard and you have dedication you will go for it. What was your game plan upon entering the show? I was going in with the mentality that you either love me or you hate me. I thought it was all about fighting and it was a complete spin on my half, I was shocked.
Sneak Of The Week: What was your reaction to the city? It was hot during the day, cold at night and never rained, except once. I spoke a little bit of Spanish just to get by. When I walked in the house it was a different experience, I will never forget it.
Did you have any roommate expectations? I had no idea who the girls were until I walked in. How did your family and friends feel about the show and you going on it? How did you feel about putting your business out there? What did you expect to gain by going on the show?
I did it because I was bored and I wanted to try something different. But, honestly I wanted to use this as a stepping stone to get into styling, making a brand for myself and to do more than model. Do you feel you have high expectations to fill with this being a new season or with past bad girls? The public and the fans will like me or not. Do you feel the other girls jazzed things up for TV?
Of course some of them try to outdo the last girl or last season. My twitter has been blowing up. I was wondering what they were doing watching the show. What can your fans look forward to for this upcoming season?
I am crazy, wild and love to party. My fans will see my style and the way I perceive myself. They will meet me, Falen G from DC.