The recent cat fight between VH1 “Love & Hip Hop” co-stars Kimbella and Chrissy Lampkin has the streets buzzing like crazy this week. After we all saw the fiasco, we knew there’d be someone ready to talk about it on the air.
Listen to the clip below to find out from Yandy & TT Torrez exactly how the drama really went down on the show plus Yandy’s biggest fear about being a reality TV star.
On her early background in the entertainment industry:
I started out at Violator Records as soon as I came out of college. We had Tweet, Missy Elliott, 50 Cent…you name it, if they were hot, we had them at Violator. Afterwards, I branched off and I was at Atlantic Records for awhile. After Atlantic, I went and became partners with Mona Scott Young. We had a management company called Monami Entertainment and I’m the president of that company.
On why Kimbella was invited to Emily B’s party:
You guys didn’t see when Emily invited both of us. She invited both of us at the same time. You guys see 30-second snippets of events, but at my jewelry party that was a three-hour long taping. How long did they actually show it? About 30 seconds?
On whether or not Kimbella should’ve dropped the bomb on Emily B at her own party in front of everybody:
On whether or not Chrissy was appropriate for her response to knocking Kimbella out:
Aside from that being the mother of Jewelz’s child and his girlfriend, I brought her as my friend. Whether she was invited or if she came with me, I’ve already made it clear to everybody that this is my friend. So just like if I brought one of my friends to Chrissy’s event, I wouldn’t allow one of my friends to disrespect Chrissy. It just put me in a very awkward position and at that point was close to both of them.
On whether there’s truth to the rumors about how Jewelz gave Emily B a beat down:
No, absolutely not.
On managing Mama Jones and her new single:
You guys have to watch and see what happens on the show. I can say this though, I love that woman as if she was my auntie. She cracks me up. You know how some people you can get that gut-wrenching laughter out? That’s how it goes down with Mama Jones. I love her. She’s hilarious.
On her main reason for appearing on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop”:
I’ve been behind the scenes for a long time. I love being behind the scenes, this is so different for me, but I wanted to be the voice for those women who have been in this industry grinding and have been working hard for years and don’t get the recognition.
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