Milan Christopher On “Don’t Be Scared”
On being cast on “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” because he’s gay:
“At the time I didn’t feel like that [that I was being exploited], even now I don’t feel like that. I think everything has its time and space in pop culture. Even though it can be lucrative, there are people who say ‘we gotta get a gay guy, we gotta get a black guy, we gotta get a white guy’, but I wasn’t brought on the show for that. I was brought on the show as Hazel’s friend and once they met me and seen me and aesthetically was like ‘wow who’s that guy?’ They said, ‘let’s get some more information.'”
On his ex Miles Brock:
“I actually just spoke to him, Tyler Perry had a movie screening maybe about a week ago. He was there and we spoke, we actually talked about some stuff. I don’t have any ill will or any gripes. I still hear interviews and there’s a bashing of Milan. I don’t really care, if you’re so popping you can pop. If you feel like you that n***, then go be that n***. I brought you to the show, I shared what was offered to me because I loved you. It wasn’t because you were this dope rapper, or they were so interested in your story. It was because of me. If you are who you say you are then you’re going to be that person regardless.”
On his previous beef with Sundy Carter:
“This is the thing, I have had commercials. I wasn’t this big giant superstar before I was on the show, you know it’s like people get this degrees [in reality TV] without going to school, they get these honorary degrees—I worked for my degree. He [Miles] doesn’t know how to maintain his relevancy without doing bulls** stuff or stunts. That’s a stunt, it wasn’t real. He wasn’t in a relationship with Sundy. I went on her podcast on DishNation we talked, we laughed about it and it was cool.
Listen to Milan on Don’t Be Scared below.