The runaway star of VH1’s reality show “Love & Hip Hop,” Mama Jones is keeping it all the way hood – just how we like it. This season, she’s making moves as a performer with her super catchy diss tune “Psychotic,” a major dig against her son Jim Jones and his girl Chrissy Lampkin. Did she take it too far? Was Mama Jones out of order? Listen to TT Torrez talking live on the air with Mama Jones candidly about all the drama.
Mama Jones opens up about the disgruntled vibes she put off concerning her son, what she’s doing now behind the scenes as the season continues and even introduces the new single before it’s played for the first time on the air.
Just in case you haven’t heard the single “Psychotic,” check out the snippet of the premiere of it all below.
On what inspired her decision to work on “Psychotic” and premiere it on the show:
Basically because I was mad at my son and Chrissy.
On whether or not she’s spoken to her son about how he feels and managed to work things out:
Oh, he wasn’t feelin’ it…he and everybody who saw it looked like they were smelling doo-doo, horse doo-doo, elephant doo-doo or smellin’ sh**… (laughs)
On if she cared about Chrissy and Jim’s feelings when she recorded it:
No, I was doin’ me because at the time they were doin’ them. They didn’t care how I felt.
On the advice Mama Jones gives to other mothers who don’t like their child’s lover:
We call ourselves fighting against our child and who they love, but it only makes matters worse. So all you can do is give it to God. Everything will fall in place and if it doesn’t He will reveal it not because we want it, too. Everything will be fine.
On if Yandy Smith will be managing her career:
Listen, I don’t want nobody managing me. (laughs) I’m uncontrollable. I really want to set my own little ways so it’s kind of hard for a manager to say that they’re going to manage me. We have to meet eye to eye.
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