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Fresh from our exclusive interview about her fight with Erica Mena, Kimbella is providing more comments about the engagement of Chrissy Lampkin and Jim Jones and revealing her own thoughts about marriage to her baby’s daddy Juelz Santana. Get the deets inside….
Kimbella spoke about the recent engagement of Chrissy and Jim on “Love & Hip Hop,” and she revealed a few interesting deets about her own relationship AND addressed rumors of Juelz cheating. Here are the highlights:
On waiting for a man to propse to you:
Umm…wait didn’t she wait like seven years or something like that? (laughs) That’s a long time! In my eyes, it’s no reason why someone can’t commit to being in a relationship, or even being married, after three to four years. But again, I don’t know their situation, so I can’t say, or do I even know why she waited that long. But with me, yes, I do want to get married, but when the time is right. A lot of women always say, oh if they don’t get married, they leaving, but when you in love, you just don’t know.
On staying with Juelz if she found out he cheated:
(I)f my man doesn’t have the strength and respect to tell me, and I have to find out from another source, yes, I would move on. I mean, I am dealing with someone who is in the industry, and I myself am in the industry, and I am not easy to deal with just like he isn’t easy to deal with. It works both ways, but Julez is very respectful.
Kanye and Lil Wayne tried to DJ this past New Year’s Eve. What should have been a controversy-free event took an odd turn after Spinderella (DJ for Salt-N-Peppa) took some time out of her day to hop on Twitter and accuse Lil Wayne and Alicia Keys of not respecting the DJ culture:
Most of the fans were laughing and shaking their heads at Alicia Keys (aka DJ AK-47), Kanye West (aka DJ Yeezy World Peace) and Lil Wayne AK-The Rainbow Kid) hitting the turntables, others don’t find it as amusing. Longtime DJ Spinderella said on her Twitter account about these artists turned DJ’s. “First, Dj AK-47 (Alicia Keys) and now Dj wih wih wiggety Wayne? WTH who’s next??” she started off asking. “record sales down .. become a Dj ? FOH”
By Chris Chase
“I don’t love tennis today but I’m here,” she said after beating Chanelle Scheepers, 6-2, 6-3, in the first round of the Brisbane International. “I can’t live without it — there’s a difference between not loving something and not being able to live without it. I have never liked sports and could never understand how I became an athlete.”
Serena went on to say that she doesn’t like working out or training and that her 2012 schedule will be scaled back in order to provide her rest for big tournaments. The lighter slate also is intended to keep her motivated.
And therein these quotes lies the paradox that is Serena. From one view, her candor could be seen as refreshing. Here’s a top athlete discussing the delicate balance of passion and obligation and fear of the unknown. She’s revealing herself to the press, something she rarely has in the past.
Then you step back and realize Serena has the least self-awareness of any great athlete of the past decade. Two years later, she can’t bring herself to acknowledge that she was wrong to threaten a lineswoman at the U.S. Open. She’ll likely never admit her actions in last year’s U.S. Open final crossed the line. Unless she gained some insight in the past four months, these quotes are selfish nonsense.
She’s playing a lighter schedule in 2012? Since when has she ever played a full schedule? Even when she was a teenager, Serena never made it a secret that she focused on the big tournaments. There’s nothing wrong with that. Let’s not act as if this is some big sacrifice, though.
Nobody is surprised Serena doesn’t like tennis. Like Andre Agassi before her, she seems to only love the winning and is willing to put up with what it takes to get there. The grind doesn’t interest her much.
These aren’t new insights into her soul. The underlying tone isn’t that Serena is a reluctant sports hero, it’s that she’s able to be so much better than the rest of the tour without caring about the game like they do. Her “I don’t love tennis” quote isn’t a revelation, it’s a self-congratulatory declaration.
It’s as if she’s saying, “Just imagine what I could do if I cared.”