It was just my choice to expose my sexuality because I wanted to.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
Ariane Davis may not have the notorious reputation of some other “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta” cast members, but the saucy singer and bartender has just as strong a personality. She’s allowed her time in the reality TV spotlight to be a steppingstone to other things, but she’s not addicted to the fame and notoriety that come with appearing weekly on “bad girl TV.” And she’s very clear-eyed about the life cycle of reality stardom. Davis admits that she sees a decline in the reality show fan base — despite the fact that the criticism and scrutiny remain high.
“I think that it has a lot to do with people’s storylines and it not seeming as real as it was before.” Davis tells Stereo Williams in a recent interview. “Nobody wants to continuously see the same thing. It’s cool at first, but you get tired and you don’t give people anything to look forward to.
In the previous season of “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta,” Davis publicly acknowledged her bisexuality. "It was just my choice to expose my sexuality because I wanted to ... I’m still a lady and I carry myself like a lady. My sexuality doesn’t define me. I still am Ariane — I just have a girlfriend,” she closes.
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