"I didn't, and still do not, get on with Cyrell. She's too aggressive in the way she approaches situations, and I just don't like that."
The Perth-born reality star also admitted she's ready and willing to return to the small screen.
"100 percent if I was given the chance I would love to do more reality TV. I really enjoyed it and I'd love to show you the real me, and not some edited MAFS villain you guys saw before."
Asked specifically if she would apply for Love Island Australia, the controversial MAFS contestant said it's definitely not something she would refuse if given the chance.
"Look, right now I am happy in my relationship and love life... But this is definitely not an offer I would turn down if I had an offer and a clear path," she said, hinting at her rumoured romance with former MAFS star Nick Furphy.
The MAFS villain also clarified her status with disability support worker Ash Dudman, who she was pictured cosying up to inside a Devonport, Tasmania nightclub on Saturday night, Daily Mail Australia reports.
"Ash and I are friends. I followed him on Instagram for four years before the show, we've been mates for a little while. We're not dating or romantically involved."
In a candid moment, Jessika revealed her biggest struggle since MAFS wrapped was the end of her relationship with intruder groom Dan Webb.