Scrappy Apologizes To Erica And Defends Marriage Proposal Before Rehab
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta struggle couple Scrappy and Erica have been going through the motions for longer than most, accusing each other of being thirsty for fame, unfaithful, and everything in between.
But now, in light of Scrappy’s recent
already obvious revelation that he’s addicted to mean green and headed to rehab, it sounds like he might be calling a cease fire to all the relationship drama with his big-bootied babymama Erica.
Scrappy recently had a brief chat with Ryan Cameron of V-103 radio in Atlanta to clear the air before he heads to rehab. Check out a few excerpts from the interview below.
On his “mary jane” habit and heading to rehab:
“I’m really just trying to leave everything alone and take that natural happiness and good feeling that God gives you. Before you ever get into [kush], alcohol and any other stuff everybody had that natural high and that happiness and it’s way better.”
On Erica claiming that he only proposed to help his image:
“It [the proposal] was definitely genuine, I spent a lot of money on the ring for God’s sake. All my hard work earned money and she had to spend nothing.”
It kind of sounded like Scrappy’s new found quest for sobriety might have him changing his mind about breaking things off with Erica….but, not quite.
Hit the flip to hear Scrappy’s apology to Erica and what else he had to say about her not showing him love along with how he really feels about her now.
On be blamed for the break up and how he really feels about Erica now:
“Everybody likes to point the finger. Anything I ever did to Erica….if she felt it was in a bad way or bad sense then I’m sorry. It ain’t nothing but love coming from over here. That’s the mother of my child and somebody I had a lot of history with.”
On Erica’s definition of love being different from his:
“I know what love is and I know who ain’t showing me love. So if my little mess ups say that I’m not genuine with it and I’m not showing love, then maybe we all need to rethink what love is.”
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