This week interviews took place with three interesting people. We heard from porn queen Lisa Ann, Harlem rapper Vado, and the other half of Clipse, Pusha T. Check out what happened in Part I of each interview.
Pornstar Lisa Ann told Thisis50 and Jack Thriller her rules to fucking. First off, married men are off limits. Applicants must be 18 and single. In fact, she opened up about having sex with an 18 year old three weeks prior to this interview.
Speaking of "barely legal," when asked if she ever had sex with Soulja Boy, Lisa replied with "I know Soulja Boy" and a laugh.
Then she puts Bow Wow out there. She said she gave him a chance because he can still play off that 18 look.
Her excuse for sexing these individuals is that she meets people and it just happens.
When Jack asked if he will ever get a taste, Lisa put up the "friend zone" flag.
In the interview with Vado, the rapper addressed Lloyd Banks, Juelz Santana, and Fabolous as his brothers because they always show him love even when the public keeps comparing them as if they have to compete.
Due to all the brotherly love, they envision a supergroup with all four of them.
Truth be told, Vado mentioned he doesn't even deserve to be in the group since they are all platinum artists and he is just beginning. At least he thinks that is what the critics will say. Regardless, he is still with it.
Vado also confirmed his partnership with DJ Khaled in "We The Best" music group.
The interview ended with him showing admiration to rappers like 50 Cent. Along with Fif, he said listeners can hear Cameron and Nas in his lyrics.
In response to the shit talking Consequence did on The Breakfast Club and the diss track, Pusha T told Thisis50 and Jack Thriller that he has no words for the guy.
He also retaliated to the hateful remarks with a philosophical quote from Confucius. It goes as follows:
"If a man purchased the very teeth you have in your mouth, you should never speak ill of that man."
Pusha T claimed he only has been around Consequence a few times and out of those moments he thought everything was everything.
In regard to the "Love & Hip-Hop" star's allegations of Pusha T stealing his style, the "Grindin'" rapper said he did even know he had a style.
Pusha speculated that Consequence may have real issues with Kanye and is just putting out aggression on him.
Toward the end of the interview, the lyricist admitted to watching "Love & Hip-Hop" but he doesn't see himself appearing on the reality show in the near future.
Although he believes it is a good platform for some to break through the industry, he criticized the show for always having a messy plot. He hopes that it can eventually have someone who can actually get "the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow."
Stay tuned for Part II of all interviews.
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