BOSSIP: you are starring in the show with your daughters – what are they like?
CB: My oldest daughter India, 28, she’s a model, she lives here in (NYC). I had her when I was really really young. When she was about 14, someone told us that she should get into modeling. I took her to the biggest agency in New York City and she was signed the same day.
My younger daughter, she’s almost five years younger than India, her name is Siaani, she’s a DJ. I really think she enjoys DJing the most. So I’ve been trying to be supportive of that. With her, she’s learning, and I know that I could probably intercede and do more, but I kind of need her to learn the ropes as opposed to me telling her. All of those industries, fashion, music, modeling, they are all difficult industries to pierce.”
BOSSIP: We hear that you’ll be heading back on the road soon for a tour with Murda Inc?
CB: “All I can say is that we’re in the very early stages of it. And hopefully next year in the summer we should have everything in place. I am not allowed to say too much about it!”
BOSSIP: What do you think about the new school of female rappers? Do you ever think that they are biting your swag?
CB: “I don’t sit there and think I inspired a whole generation of rappers – it’d be dope if I did. But I definitely have my share of fans, but I would never take that much credit.”
*This interview was edited for space and clarity.