Olivia talks penning her new book, Release Me: My Life, My Words and her life after Love And Hip Hop.
What's interesting to know is that Olivia didn't give her run in Love And Hip Hop a full chapter in her book.
Charlamagne Tha God: Is Love And Hip Hop even a chapter in this book?
Olivia: Nah. I didn't give it a chapter in my book.
Charlamamagne Tha God: See they always say what's most important in your life depends on when you write you book. How much credence you give it in your book. So, it's not even a chapter?
Olivia: I mean, it was just -another stepping stone.
DJ Envy: Are you mad you did that show?
Olivia: Nah. I'm not mad I did that show. I'm just a little upset at what it turned into. ... They didn't take me serious because of Rich Dollaz. It had nothing to do with me.
Here's the full interview:
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