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Laverne’s still got it!
Guys, here’s what Chilli doesn’t want in a man. Or rather, on a man.
The last we saw of Kyle on Tool Academy 3, he was dragging Jennavecia to the limo as she hurled threats at Dayna. He left the show with his voice drowned out by Jennavecia, as it was for the entire show. But in his words he’s “just not a big talker.” Here Kyle talks about why he’s with Jennavecia, how he handled the other Tools in the house, and why he doesn’t speak up more often.
Why was Dayna at the center of so much drama in the Tool Academy 3 house, when every partner said she was one of their favorites? “I’m seriously the type of girl that, if I have a problem with what you’re doing or if there’s something on my mind, I want you to know about it. I don’t care how it’s gonna end up,” Dayna explains. More often than not, it ended with a fight. Dayna, like her boyfriend Angelo, always showed her emotions, which is partly why it was a surprise when they lost to Jacob and Christie. Here she talks about breaking up with Angelo, why she ended up in so many confrontations, and her definition of “bedazzled.”
You totally did this after you saw who won Tool Academy 3, didn’t you? Good thing you kept the computer!
The last Tools remaining on Tool Academy 3 were probably the least likely finalists: Angelo had his STD comment, and Jacob promised Jennavecia’s boyfriend Kyle that he would beat him like a dog, among some of his other threats to his housemates. But Jacob showed remarkable late-game growth, and Trina took note. Below Jacob talks about what he learned from Tool Academy, why he fought with Jennavecia and Angelo, and when he started yelling “boom shakalaka.”
According to Jennavecia, Tool Academy 3 taught her nothing: “I listened, but the therapies were boring and a lot of things that were talked about were so irrelevant, and that’s it pretty much,” she says. “Sorry, but that’s how I really feel.” She’s not really sorry, but she’s not really right either: Tool Academy made Jennavecia less eager to talk about her housemates and to cause trouble. She doesn’t have something nice to say about them, but she’s gotten better at saying nothing at all, or at least saying less. Below Jennavecia talks about her relationship, her former housemates, and why crying doesn’t change anything.
Rachel has remarkable sangfroid when it comes to boyfriend Jordan and their time on Tool Academy 3. She does get angry at him, and she sees problems with their relationship, but in general she’s willing to try to help him grow out of his “attention whoring” and immaturity. The only thing she won’t take in stride is his dismissal from the Academy. “The reason Jordan got eliminated was stupid because Trina said, ‘You don’t have a job, you can’t financially support your partner,’” Rachel says. “Hello! That’s why I brought him to Tool Academy.” As mentioned in Jordan’s interview, he’s been doing party promotions since Tool Academy, which wasn’t exactly the support Rachel wanted. Below, Rachel talks about Jordan’s new career and why she’s a good girlfriend, even though she doesn’t share her underwear.