Love & Hip Hop Star Yandy Smith recently sat down for an interview with friend Mashonda’s website Mashonda Loyal and her own website Everything Girls Love and talked about her pregnancy, she’s having a boy, check it out.
Here are some pictures of Yandy striking a pose during her pregnancy, she looks great. Yandy reveals she is having a son.
I’m really excited to hold this baby. I can’t wait to see what all these kicks in my belly look like on the outside. I can’t wait to kiss him, smell him, play with his toes, sing him to sleep. And honestly I’ve spent so many years taking care of artist now I can take care of something that is all mine (well me and daddy’s).
Love & Hip Hop Season 3?
I’m not opposed to it. If all the stars align and the dollar signs add up, i will absolutely [be back on the show]. I speak to Kimbella, Olivia, and Somaya often. And of course I speak to Mona every day. So, I do speak to a lot of the cast still.
On her son’s father:
We have been together about 8 years. He’s always been my best friend, but we’ve had an off and on relationship in the past. There have been times when I was on the road for months; I really wasn’t able to focus on my relationship the way that I should have. Every time we separated, we were both seeing other people. I was almost once engaged to someone else and he wound up having a child with someone else. Then we realized that we almost lost each other and we’ve been unbreakable ever since… It’s been amazing. We realized that this is where we want to be and we love each other. It’s been beautiful. I’m really excited about where we are and this little bundle of joy we have coming. We can’t wait until July.
On her response to criticism surrounding her being pregnant in the club:
Before the show ended there were already bookings up until March almost every single weekend. Now, my hunny travels with me as well as security, plus the club armed security wherever we go. We enter through a side or back door and I’m escorted to VIP where I sit down for most of the night. People can say what they want, but I’m fine with it, and I’m protected by armed security, so I’m not going to turn down as 12-15 thousand dollar weekend just because people have something to say. I spoke to my doctor about traveling and he told me it was not a problem. But now that I have started to show, I’m going to sit down and take it easy. I was not in the middle of the dance floor; I was not drinking, so it was fine. I’m thinking of my child’s future. If financial security is something that you can give to your family, ti makes you feel great. I feel good that I’m able to put aside a college fund before my child is here, in one month. People can blog and say what they want but I made sure it was healthy to continue working.
Check out the full interview here: Everything Girls Love, where Yandy talks about her upcoming movie, her work with Missy Elliot and more.
Note: Love & Hip Hop Atlanta premieres June 8 on VH1
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