For most viewers, watching Amor Hilton zonk out on Xanax bars and knock back shots of Tequila is pretty entertaining.
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Her present boyfriend Ryan Anchors, however, was less than amused. The sXe studpuppy just happened to be hanging out at StickyHouse, when the fancy took him to lurk her Live and double-check that Amor wasn’t cheating on him this week. She wasn’t this time—it was the beginning of the week though—but she was bawling her eyes about her first and only true love, alleged Stickam rapist John Hock. Eyes welling up with tears, Ryan committed cardinal sin: He marched over to StickyDrama’s computer and closed our internet browser, interrupting our screen-recording. We kindly reminded him that if he didn’t like what StickyDrama was doing, he was free to get the fuck out at any time. He left shortly thereafter.
Still, we can understand why Ryan was so upset. If you don’t have the patience for listening to Amor’s babbling, we’ve transcribed a few of the choice selections below. She makes clear she considers Hock to be her first and only true love, and that no one will ever compare to him in her heart:
“I’m pretty positive I will never love anyone again as much I as I loved him. He’s in jail for fucking raping someone, and even though he was the worst person to me, like, I love him. I do. I love him. And … I’m never gonna love anyone like I loved him … I’m never gonna feel the same way about anybody again. If I had his baby right now, it would be a few months old. And what would I say right now, ‘hey, your dad’s in jail?'”
The scene princess punctuated her monologue at one point by spilling alcohol on her laptop.
“Do you wanna die,” her brother Eden Shizzle rhetorically asks. “You’re not supposed to be drinking,” alluding to Amor’s liver damage from excess pill popping. “I paid for it,” she retorts. “I care about if you die or not, I don’t care if you paid for it,” Eden said.
Telemundo really ought to option the rights to Amor’s life. Lately she’s packing more melodrama than a Mexican soap opera.