She didn't exactly make a good impression with fellow housemate Art Guma when they were still part of "Pinoy Big Brother: Otso."
Just ask Guma, who openly said that he doesn't think she deserves her place inside the house.
But according to Criza Ta-a, their "fight" was nothing more than just a petty spat over some groceries.
She insisted during her interview on "Tonight With Boy Abunda" that she and Guma are still in good terms, despite the latter saying they rarely talked before he exited the show.
"OK kami ni Art. Bago siya lumabas, OK kami. Nagkaroon lang kami ng kaunting alitan and siguro iyon lang ang napapansin niyang ugali ko so iyon ang nasasabi niya. OK lang," she said.
Guma described her as "rude" and "sometimes off."
Ta-a explained that this might have been due to the one time they fought over whether they should use a part of their budget to buy some chocolate bars, as opposed to something more useful.
"May mga words siyang binibitawan na hindi ko nagustuhan," Ta-a, without revealing those exact words, said.
Ta-a even went on to say that she was "close" with Guma and called him one of the kindest housemates.
"We're OK, doon lang kami groceries. Very talented and mabait si Art," she said.
Guma and Ta-a were the first and second evicted housemates of this newest season of "Pinoy Big Brother."