You got to be smart about it; you got to spend no money, and make sure [the companies are] spending the money. Now girls don't get paid nothing, because they want the exposure. I interviewed Joe Budden a couples weeks ago, and asked if he thought you were a good rapper, and he said he could care less about your rapping but admitted that you were great on the mic in a figurative sense.
What do you have to say about him or to him? That's what I call him. He's not his own man; he let his boys run his life. That's why his career is all f--ked. He's talented, I'm not no hater. He can rap, but he has no umph to him. His personality is boring; he's dull. To me, he's just a wack dude. The only reason why I even f--ked with him is because I was going through a lot of sh-t in my life at the time.
That's when my ex-boyfriend went to jail, my dad passed away last year -- I was going through it. I had a place up in New Jersey, and I was back in forth from Jersey and Florida, doing my music, just doing a lot of things, just on my grind. My ex-man lived out there, [Joe Budden] happened to be there, and I thought he was at least a friend? But hell no, that ni--a tried to use me for exposure, like a trophy. To show him that I was truly his friend -- because he had f--ked up surroundings -- I was like cool, we could be seen together, no problem.
They were asking questions, and he was saying little comments behind the scenes -- they edited a lot of sh-t out though. That's why when he came from behind the camera, he was asking me who I am pounding -- who am I sleeping with.
He starting mentioning names, knowing that I'm f--king sleeping with him. He just wanted people to know that we were sleeping together, so he could have f--king brownie hood points because ni--as ain't respecting his stupid a.
I was like, "Yeah, only you hitting it, what the f--k you trying to prove? I'm teaching you how to eat coochie. He ain't all that!
And he kept saying I'm the best I had to really wake up, I really wasn't focused. When you going through a lot of sh-t, your vision is blurry. He was a mistake; we all make mistakes and I just moved passed that. People always ask me what the f--k did I see in that dude, and I'm like, "Nothing, I just thought he was a good friend and we happened to have s3x.
He needs help; he needs Jesus in his life for real. I don't even consider him an acquaintance, let's put it that way.
I don't f--k with dude at all. Yeah, sometimes it's a double standard. Girls can say the same thing about guys, like you said he was your jump-off. I ain't calling him a hoe; I know he's a hoe. He was the one that was cheating and doing all his bullsh-t. Remember the "Confessions Remix" he did with Usher? There was a controversy [with that] because he said that a groupie girl was pregnant and a girl was about to leave him.
That was like semi true. This groupie girl that he was sleeping with was f--king pregnant, and I was his girl at the time. I read his 2-way and he tried to say that was about his boy, but that wasn't the case with him. I was like, "Get the f--k out of here. Do I look stupid to you? I don't feel nothing for you. You do nothing for me as in mentally, physically, emotionally -- nothing. Hyde too, like my Baby's father Aarron Hall. It's disgusting; I choose the wrong men for real.
When I told him that I had no feelings for him, he got upset and jumped me. I had bruises all over my arms and my legs. He even tried to steal from me. He tried to steal my phone, and he ripped my Clover G chain off, and he took my video camera. Then I called the cops and they said that if he pressed charges and I press charges, we would both go to jail. So I ain't press charges and he ain't press charges, but he still went to jail because he was on probation for hitting his baby's mother.