“I loved it! Hell yeah I f—g [watched it]!” Yung Joc admitted to Madame Noire. “Mimi was great …
Mimi looked in the camera one time, I thought she was looking at me … Mimi’s the homie,” he said.
The “It’s Going Down” rapper went on to say that he had no problem with Mimi’s sex tape going viral considering it’s better than the alternative viral violent videos on the web:
“Let’s be honest, when you’re looking at reality TV or anything that’s virally explosive, I don’t know what’s considered to be more poisonous or detrimental. Could it be a fight? I think a fight can be so negative … very negative. And the world sees this and accepts it … it’s against life. But if you make love in front of a camera, it’s like ‘oh my God, she’s a slut. What’s going on?’” adding, “T that’s more love than fighting, so is it really that bad?”
Addressing the camera as if speaking to Mimi, the rapper said “Mimi, you’re my dog. I didn’t think it was that bad. I didn’t.”
Yung Joc also talked about whether Mimi’s sex tape affects her parenting of her four-year-old daughter, Eva, with co-star Stevie J. “I know she got a kid, How old’s her kid? Come on, when’s her child gonna see that s—?” Let me tell you something, that s— will blow up within the next three weeks,” he said, adding, “It did what it was supposed to do, but now it’s on to the next situation in her life. The next increment in her timeline.”
He even joked that if Mimi and Nikko wanted to do another movie, she and Nikko should feature some of his music on the soundtrack!
However, as much as Yung Joc admired Mimi and Nikko’s expression of love, he confessed that he would never make a sex tape. “I can’t do no flicks. If I do a flick, I’d be in trouble.”
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