Diamond And Lee Mazin Of “Sisterhood of Hip Hop” Interview
While there the two femcees dished on season 3 of the show and ended by spitting freestyles.
Lee Mazin on joining the “Sisterhood of Hip Hop” cast:
“I just never was the reality TV type of girl,” said Lee. “I don’t watch reality TV but when the calls were coming through this is kind of embezzled in our culture. So it’s like how can we take advantage of the situation and use it as a bigger platform for the music?”
Lee Mazin on who would win a freestyle battle:
“Being around all of them, each artist is definitely different and I gained a new respect for each one,” said Lee. “Let me say that first things first, but it would definitely be myself—Bri, Audra got some bars and then Siya got bars.”
Diamond then walked in and joined the convo. (8:44)
Diamond on her exes Soulja Boy and Lil Scrappy being mentioned in her new music:
“They’re in the bunch,” said Diamond. “I’ve dated some people as well and we kind of didn’t put things out in the forefront. I’ve tried to be as personal as I can be, but just with those particular relationships they were more on the radar.”
she also confirmed whether or not there’d ever be a Crime Mob reunion.
“It’s hard when it comes to know the difference between business and personal,” said Diamond. “We started to work on a project last year but I didn’t agree with a.) the way things were going with production. You have to know that you have to evolve.
“[Then] money was issued or something and I found out late that I’d been cut out of the money,” she added. “To me once you get attached to this lifestyle ain’t no going back, so to take from me it really hurts my feelings. I think they wanted us to perform together at Birthday Bash, I was like ‘hell no!’ To me if we’re supposed to family and we’re cool then y’all would’ve never cut me out of the money. Most people forget it’s 90% business and 10% entertainment.”
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