Unfortunately, she didn’t seem to realize we were very well acquainted with each other.
"Blood Sweat And Heels" star Melyssa Ford appeared on "The Breakfast Club" this morning where she dished on "video vixens" and why her relationship with Flo Rida was "doomed". On this morning's broadcast of "The Breakfast Club", "Blood Sweat And Heels" star Melyssa Ford came on to dished on her hit show, which debuted to huge ratings on Bravo, and she opened up about her past as a video vixen, and shed light on her relationship with Flo Rida.
The 37-year-old Canadian bred beauty explains that she always had a plan to exit stage left and leave the video modeling days behind. Here’s the truth of the matter, when I was on video sets, no one knew who this girl was…I thought she was an urban myth because i didn’t know anyone that ever seen her before…Then this book came out and it defined an entire group…Like all vide vixens, hoes. I had to take what I had left, because I had not been investing in my brand. We met in 2008, we dated for about a month and that was when he was brand new.
He was like ‘That’s on the way out the door.’ And I was like ‘Don’t do it because of me.’ Word gets out that they ended. He didn’t win me over and then I broke up with him again.
Years after her career she’s made it clear that music videos are demeaning to women.
She also made television appearances landing hosting gigs for BET, and did appeared on countless men’s magazines.
During the span of her vixen career she’s done 20 music videos.
Over a 5 year span of time that’s not a lot compared to modern vixens like who’s done over 30 in 1 year.
Some of her most prolific relationships included Tyrese, music producer Bryan Michael-Cox, football player Kerry Rhodes and most recently Flo Rida.
The two met while she was interviewing him at Sirius XM. The two had nothing in common and she says the relationship was “limited.” In 2011 they rekindles their relationship while he was dating model Eva Pigford from America’s Next Top Model.
Ford crossed over from television and videos to maker her film debut in Turn It Up.