Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star Momma Dee, spoke about her new relationship, her son, new music, her spin-off, clothing line and the reunion.
Madame Noire: Momma Dee,what is up with you and Brian McKee? Is it a strictly business relationship or is it romantic?
Momma Dee: We have both. We are seeing each other, but we’re friends first. You can’t claim somebody without being friends, so you’ve got to get to know one another. I found out that in dating, women tend to sleep with these men. We’re very emotional creatures. We give up our punanies and feel like that man is supposed to be ours. But if you’re still dating him—dating means getting to know one another. If you jump that process and it doesn’t turn out the way that you want it to turn out, then people will get salty. You know what I mean? They get salty. They don’t wish that individual well in their future endeavors, when they move on. If you get my drift…if you get my drift.
Are you concerned about the allegations that are currently floating around about him?
I got his back. I’m not going to let anyone say anything negative about him. It was put out there that he was out for money and that he used certain people for money. That’s not true. As a matter of fact, they were married an entire year prior to him coming on. So how he gonna use her for money when they asked him to come on the show?
You once said that out of all of the girls Scrappy has dated, Bambi was your favorite.
All of them sweet. Shay is a sweet girl, she’s very respectful. Erica, I respect her as my granddaughter’s mother. I tried to apologize to her [on Thursday’s nights episode] for any wrong that I’ve done to her. Do you know that b*tch came for me at the reunion? She came for me, baby. I had to lay that b*tch to rest and I did.
Scrappy left the set two hours early on the second day. And I guess she felt that I was the weaker link and because Scrappy wasn’t there, she could come for me. No, boo Scrappy is the weakest link because if he wasn’t he wouldn’t still be f**king you behind Bambi’s back! When I tell you, this reunion. I can’t! It’s a shake-up in the palace! It’s okay because all the kings horses and all the kings men won’t be able to put somebody back together again if they don’t straighten up. When I tell you it goes on and on and on!
Can you tell me about your spin-off show with VH1?
It’s a cooking competition. I didn’t want celebrity panels like Rachel Ray because what they do is they get it so that it’s made for TV. I wanted some down-home cooking—recipes that have been passed down through the ages, you know, generations. People can cook! Everything is just so celebritized in their food. I want some real down-home cooking.
What’s happening with your new clothing line?
I have the Queen Collection clothing line coming out this fall. It consists of after-five dresses, evening gowns. I am trying to bring the grown and sexy back. I’m trying to show young ladies that you don’t have to show skin to get in. You can cover up your whole body. Sexy comes with being. It’s a mindset. They got it all twisted. They got to show their crotches. They got to show their butt cheeks. Baby, it will get you attention, but the wrong attention. I’m going to bring back evening dresses and A-line dresses like Jackie Kennedy Onnassis. Just to show them, you can be a lady.
Source: Madame Noire
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