La La Anthony's Cousin Dice Dixon Interview With BOSSIP

Bossip Exclusive: “LaLa’s Full Court Life” Star Dice Dixon Talks Coming Out, Wearing Dresses, and Honey Nut Cheerios

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Obviously, marriage equality is a huge global issue. Where do you stand with that?

I’m actually getting into an anti-bullying campaign, where I want to start speaking to young teens in high schools and colleges about bullying against the gay and lesbian community. You hear things about young kinds getting bullied, and some of them taking their own lives. So I do want to speak and give back, and let them know that there are people out here like me; I’m on TV, I’m doing positive things, and who you choose to be within your personal life does not define who you are as a person. That’s only just one part of who we are. We’re still the same people. I’m still the same person. Purple’s still my favorite color since childhood. That’s just who I choose to date; that doesn’t change who I am.

What else do you have coming up? Can you talk about what you and Po are working on?

We’re trying to get an online radio show with Power 105 in New York. We’re putting together a one-page treatment about the ideas that we have, what the lineup would be. We went up there and recorded our demo, and we were putting together the presentation for our meeting with them. It’ll be talk and music, since Po has a music background and she’s an artist. So it’ll be both, but more so talk. Also, the good thing about online is that it’s visual, so you’ll be able to see us as well if we do have a guest. And you know Po and I, we’re always up to something. So you’ll be able to see us while we’re speaking. So hopefully that goes through. We’re still in talks about it.

Nice! What do you think about Dice’s plans to give back? Hit the flip to see what she says about dressing more feminine.



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