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China on Episode 7: Tick Tick Boom

Ok, let’s get right down to it. Miss Rapper Blah (I’m not saying her name) is a phony. Let’s just put that out there from the beginning. She came in the salon talking about how she’s a gangster rapper. To the naked eye, anyone can tell that she’s not a gangster. So me asking “how do you rap about being a gangster rapper?” when she’s NOT a gangster is a normal question! I wasn’t disrespectful when I asked. I was smiling when I asked and she was smiling when she answered. So now all of a sudden queen instigator (Angela) gasses her all up to complain? When I was just a stylist talking to her, there was no problem. As soon as she finds out that I’m the manager, all of a sudden she feels disrespected by what I had said earlier?! She’s the perfect client for Angela. Two phonies talking about phony stuff.

Listen, a little background on me: I come from a long line of people with tempers. I’m also aware of my own temper and how far I’ve come with my temper. So with that said, I’m gonna say this: There was a whole lot that I wanted to say to that wonderful “rapper”, but since I’m the salon manager, I didnt. I bit my tongue for the sake of the business. Me holding my tongue and hearing her continue to talk freely about me and not being able to do the same got me extremely emotional. So emotional that I cried. I don’t know if you have ever seen someone so mad that they cry when they’re angry. In case you haven’t, now you know they do exist. Crying was the safest thing for the whole situation. Believe that. Kim asked me to be the temporary manager so I’m doing my best to help her out. I guess my best isn’t good enough. I’m not sure I can continue to be the manager at the rate we’re going…