Rich Dollaz says Olivia is in a great place in her career. Defending the "Love & Hip Hop" star and R&B singer Tuesday, Dollaz admits that Olivia might be overlooked at times because she is not willing to be seen screaming, hollering and "shaking the table" on camera.
"She's more of a 2001-2002 person as it pertains to this music and how she moves. She's not with the drama. She's not with screaming and hollering. She's not with shaking the table. That's what it is," Dollaz told Hot 97 Tuesday.
As seen on "Love & Hip Hop," Olivia has stayed away from most conflicts and fights. That said, her name might not be as popular as others and Rich Dollaz, her manager, is aware of that and the fact that she might need to "turn up."
"If that's not who you are, it becomes difficult for somebody to do that if it's not your personality," Dollaz shares in video below.
In related news, Rich Dollaz says some bad decisions might have been made along the way in her career, including G-Unit.
"Olivia is in a great place right now. I don't think that Liv (Olivia) has made the right decisions (at times). At J Records I think it was a bit of an identity crisis, being a young girl trying to fit into a system," Dollaz claimed before saying G-Unit "didn't really help her career."
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"Love & Hip Hop" returns Monday night at 8 p.m. on VH1.