Deelishis looks like she was about to pop during her photo shoot with Sister2Sister magazine. In her interview, Deelishis goes into detail about her pregnancy, music career and marrying Orlando. She has definietly come a long way but still the fact that she was all up on Flavor Flav is just disgusting.
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Deelishis on naming her daughter Lexington Brielle: “Orlando’s name is a city. My name is a city. So we wanted to think of a city that was cute enough for her. So I was looking all over the map. He’s Orlando, Florida, and I’m London, England, and so we gave her Lexington, [Kentucky.]”
Deelishis on being pregnant the second time around:
“Orlando talks about me now that I’m pregnant. He says that I am an emotional wreck most of the time, so he has to go into mute world; he nods his head. I think my father taught him this. I will speak and he won’t respond until I’m done with my yelling or venting or saying whatever it is I have to say. And then he says, ‘Okay, yes, dear.’ He has the honey-do thing down pat. So when I say, ‘Honey, I need you to do this. Honey, I need you to do that,’ he says, ‘Okay.’ At the beginning of this pregnancy I was very whiny. I didn’t experience this with Jasmine, but my first trimester was just miserable. I used to call Taj (of the SWV) and I would cry and complain because she had said her pregnancy with Eddie George–their youngest child was so bad the entire nine months. I said, ‘Well, you had to have found some release in some fashion. What did you do for that?’ She said, ‘The only relief was, like, loading up a gun. So I had to decide if I was going to pull the trigger or not.’ By the time I reached my third month, people said that if I wasn’t going to have one of those nine-month-long sickness pregnancies by the time I reached my third month, that I would be okay. That’s true. I’m eating a little bit better. I get around a little bit better because I was miserable. Orlando would cook and I would say, ‘Close the door. I don’t even want to smell it. I don’t even want you to sleep in this room. I have a little Yorkie puppy, and it was so bad I was considering giving her away. I couldn’t take the smell of her either. I went from a 36B to a 38DD. Ma, when I tell you I feel the difference, sometimes I feel like I’m suffocating. I can be driving and I have to unstrap myself in the back from feeling suffocated in the front. So flying has really become a problem for me. So, I said at the end of November that I was going to be done with flying by mid-December. And Orlando said, ‘Well, you can totally take advantage of your music.’ So I’ve been recording down in my home studio, and I’m excited about that because I never really took the time that was needed. I’m writing. A lot of this will be from me.”
Deelishis and Orlando’s Relationship Transforms to Marriage:
“I wanted a marriage, but what he wanted was he didn’t want to change. Orlando has always had–I won’t say a fear of commitment–but he never was required to be in a commitment when he dated other women… So I asked him when we got together, I said… “I don’t care how promiscuous the picture, the web site, the video, whatever you see of London, I’m a well-adjusted person and I have a daughter. So I don’t care what you ever heard of me, you’ve never heard a long line of accusations of men when it related to me, and I wanted to keep it that way.’ I told him I needed that security within our relationship. So, he said, ‘Okay, I think you’re worth it, and I’ll give you that.’
…Then eventually he was like, ‘Okay, let’s spend the rest of our lives together.’ So, I said, ‘Okay, when you put an engagement ring on someone’s finger, especially mine, you make sure that it’s not just to keep me still… So he said, ‘I don’t want marriage to change us. If you believe that we have to be married for the sake of God being okay, then that’s fine.'”
It’s good to hear and see that she’s happy but still don’t know about that singing career.