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The moment was blasted by critics who thought the show poorly handled the news of the singer’s death, with many people coming to Angie’s defense.But the internet embraced the drama of it all, and all people could talk about was Pollard.“Does she get confused about which David is being talked about? “I think it’s something you can watch nonstop and never know the answer to — and that’s much like a work of art.”Harkins and Viviana Olen are the curators of THNK1994, a small Brooklyn museum paying homage to Pollard and her impact with the exhibition “David’s Dead: A Celebration of Tiffany Pollard,” which runs until June 11.“I was really having a rough time in that moment and I think me sitting there was actually me just trying to center myself, centering myself through this bad energy I was dealing with.” On television, especially in the mid-2000s, it was easy to place Pollard in a box, locking her in with a single descriptor: testy, intense, bad-tempered, unpredictable.More than a decade has passed since the heyday of her reality TV career.“We kind of feel like that’s the pinnacle of reality TV,” Olen says of the Big Brother moment.
So, in 2018, how do you make a career out of being a meme? “Say it with a Tiffany Pollard meme,” declared the New Yorker in January. Félix revealed she keeps a folder of various Pollard GIFs on her phone, with text messages between her and her friends quickly tumbling into a stream of Pollard’s expressions.“Certain memes burn brightly and then fall out of vogue, suddenly incompatible with the quick changes in Internet patter.
“I would have makeup on and, you know, growing up in such a small community like upstate New York, like, nobody understood it.” Mimicking the stares she would conjure from conservative neighbors, Pollard laughs and recalls how stunned they were when she would show up to classes wearing purple lipstick and sporting six-inch “claws” like the women of SWV, the ’90s R&B group.
She also always knew as a child she’d get breast implants one day, citing singer Dolly Parton as her chest inspiration: “Her rack was so huge and I just jumped up and I told my mom, ‘I’m gonna have those one day.
As the breakout star of Flavor of Love, Pollard used her cutting remarks to successfully steal screentime from the other women vying for the affections of Public Enemy hype man Flavor Flav.
But that came with a price.“I just remember being so alone, so pissed off; I wanted to get away from those girls,” says Pollard.