Even though it’s been weeks since he was booted off Daisy of Love, Big Rig is still feeling the painful aftermath.  On his interview with VH1, he admitted that he found it difficult to stay in the game because everyone was vying for Daisy de la Hoya’s attention.  He may have had his feelings crushed when he was eliminated, but he’s trying his best to move on.

“I ain’t gonna lie to you,” Big Rig began.  “It sucked, you know?  I don’t really know how to explain it.  I guess when you know you’re the better person, don’t no one like to just necessarily lose.”

Unfortunately for him, he was overshadowed by the other guys.  “What can you say when you got 20 other people and you’re all trying to get her attention?” the former Daisy of Love contestant explained.  “You only have so much time anyways and you have to make the best of it.  I believe I did that by all means.  It’s just, you know…she’s gonna do what she wants to do.”

What Daisy did was to shun Big Rig when he showed her a picture of his son.  Her reaction actually hurt him, especially since he was being so honest with her.  “Oh yeah, it was kind of a nasty thing,” he said.  “The comment she made like, “Oh, it kind of creeped me out,” had me thinking, “Well, the creepy thing is the fact that you can’t accept real life.””

While she already dumped him on Daisy of Love, Big Rig knows that being on the show made him really feel for Daisy.  “It was real and everything,” he admitted.  “She’s a cool girl.  I liked her, just the presence of her and everything.  Just a really good vibe.  When you’re feeling good things, why not express the way you feel?”

However, she’s out of the way and he won’t be holding any grudges.  “Man, I mean, I think she’s a cool ass chick,” Big Rig exclaimed.  “I wish her the best, dude.  No doubt about that.”

Things are actually looking up for Big Rig, since he’s found another girl already.  He confirmed that he’s dating Rock of Love 3’s Marcia, who he just met.  “It’s just one of those things that you see how it goes from there . Not everything’s set in stone, you know.  She is quite a handful.”

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: VH1
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Maria Gonzalez

Staff Writer, BuddyTV