Scrapp DeLeon On His Desire For A Polygamous Marriage & Faith (S2 E5) | Brunch With TiffanyJean Kelley November 14, 2019 100 Comments
I don’t see why nobody can be on time these days. Now where she at? Mm-mm (negative). Hey. Oh my goodness. Hey Scrapp. [crosstalk 00:00:23].
I’m so sorry I’m late. I’m glad you could make it. Oh, you give good hugs. You smell good, too. Good. Oh my goodness. My right breast thanks you.
That was a good hug. Oh yeah? Yeah.
Scrapp DeLeon: You’re welcome. You know, I wanted to wear
the right ensemble for you. That dress
is definitely hugging you. You look good. Oh, well thank you very much. I’m digging
the match around look too. Oh thank you. You look real good. Thank you. I’m hear in your hometown
of Atlanta and I just wanted
my natural hair to be out and you’re appreciating it. Scrapp DeLeon: I definitely am. You’re definitely a natural. I’m not seeing any lace. No, no, no lace here. Yeah?
[crosstalk 00:00:56]. This is all real deal? It’s all real,
you can run your fingers through it and everything. I will. I’m not turning that… Ooh soft. Juices and berries. When you throw water on that, that thing just
lock up and curls. [crosstalk 00:00:01:08].
Now give me that scruff now because you know I’ll keep
reaching for the hair. I’ll keep going. Don’t start touching now [crosstalk 00:01:16]. Don’t start something
you can’t finish. Well, Scrapp,
love is my favorite topic. Is it? Yes it is.
Okay. And the fact…
Scrapp DeLeon: Why? Because the heart… I have a really big heart.
I’m a hopeless romantic. Aw, shucks. My heart has been
broken so many times, but yet I keep going
and going and going. How many times
has your heart been broken? That count and matter,
that I give [inaudible] about, probably three times. Mm. You’ve had two really big, high profile relationships
play out on reality television. Mm-hmm
(affirmative). So because
there was so much energy and focus
on your relationship, do you think that that was
hard on the relationship, to just have
that much of… Being public? Yes. I think
it definitely played a toll and due to the fact
of some people act different when camera’s on
and when cameras is off. Right. Me personally, I was the same the whole way
through the ordeal, but people change. Did he attention
hurt the relationship, to have so many eyes on you and just checking what you’re
doing and monitor your business? See that’s the thing about when you go public
with a relationship, sometimes those eyeballs
are just chiming in and putting their energy in
places where it doesn’t belong. Did that hurt you? I think, definitely, it affects it due to the fact, even with your social media now,
so pretty much everything… Oh gosh. All your private
business is public and so now, for some reason, everybody has
an opinion on what they think, or what they think is
going on in a relationship and when they’re
not in there, they can’t tell you
how to maneuver, what’s really going on,
and sometimes when people focus on what other people think,
it affects it. During your time
on Love & Hit Hop: Atlanta, you were connected
to some very beautiful women. I definitely…
Tiffany: A few. Don’t do that now. Several.
Don’t do that. Beautiful women. Don’t do that.
Don’t do that now. Well you know
I have to ask you this. Do you see yourself
settling down with just one woman or do you
feel like you want to be free? Well, just
coming home from prison, I am appreciating
this freedom right now. I bet you are. I definitely see
myself settling down. Ideally, I want to be with,
to be honest, I want to have multiple wives,
but that’s a whole nother story. Polygamy. I was watching a show
on it this morning. I thought
it was fascinating. So what’s your outlook on that? Let me hear
what you think about it. I felt like if I met a guy that wanted to be polygamous, I would just remind him
that my vagina’s big enough to make him feel like he’s with
five women at the same time. Scrapp DeLeon: Wow. I’m so much woman basically, that he wouldn’t need… What do you mean by big enough? Just because it has
several different names. It’s not loose or anything
like that, it’s that she has… Give me one name. Well you’d have
to scratch the kitten to get those names.
They don’t just come out. So now you tell me you have am itch
that needs scratching. Well of course,
every woman does. So you have alter egos? I do. She does. You all do? We do. Okay. Don’t you all? We’re not talking
about me and him right now. We’re talking
about you and them. Well, let me ask you this, what are you looking for
in your women? What would your wives
have to have? This is an easy question. I want my woman
to be smart, ambitious. I want her to have
motherly qualities, understanding and strong. Of course I love
beautiful women, but beauty is in the eye
of the beholder. But for the most part,
I want a partnership… Oh, nice. Because anything
I do I want to build, I want to have a foundation,
I want to do it together. Whether it’s with my first wife,
second wife, whomever it may be. We’ll just stick
to one right now, but I want us to be able to know
how to work together and just do things as a team.
You understand? Mm. What’s the craziest
thing anyone’s asked you about your religion? Are all of us terrorists? People ask you that? They have the audacity
to ask you something like that? It wasn’t like
someone being antagonizing, it was really
a truthful question. It was, what leads
you all to do that? Like we all abide by that… Oh my goodness. But we don’t. That is something that is
extremely radical and extreme. When I think of Muslims, I don’t Muslimanity… No, Islam. When I think
of the nation of Islam… No, no, no, no,
not the nation, just Islam. Islam? Mm-hmm
(affirmative). Okay. I could just say that? Just Islam. So when I think of Islam… Exactly. I don’t compute it,
or equate it, to terrorism. Well, I don’t think this brunch will be enough for us
to really sit down and get into the differences
that you know and what it actually is, but that’s conversation
for another time. Mm. But Muslims
are definitely peaceful. So you wouldn’t mind
having brunch with me a second time and breaking me off
on some Muslim stuff, culture. Breaking you… See you got to choose
your words really carefully. You talking about breaking you
off some Muslim stuff. I have to say
this looks so good. I love French toast. I love waffles. This is like
banana nut, French toast. It looks like it. Yeah, that’s definitely… Oh there’s definitely
bananas all up and through
that French toast. Yeah. You better eat it.
You better eat it right too. All right. Yes, mom. Mm-hmm (affirmative). And eat it right? I keep telling you to watch
what you say. Your terminology, I don’t know where you get
your little vocabulary… Where you getting it from? This is why I’m the HBIC Scrapp. I’m trying to tell you. Now, Scrapp, I know that you’re a musician,
obviously and… How you know that? Because I know your stuff, but I had no clue
that you were… You know my stuff? I know your stuff very well. I had no clue
that you started out really, really young though.
You’ve been making music since you were a kid and you were in a rap group
called The… Scrapp DeLeon: The Rascalz. The Rascalz Crew right? Mm-hmm (affirmative).
Mm-hmm (affirmative). Oh my goodness. How is it for you
to make a transition from being a child star
into an adult artist? Is that difficult? Most definitely. Is it? Why? People always
see you in that light, but it actually kind of
worked out in my favor due to the fact
we weren’t all the way out, if you follow
what I’m saying. Tiffany: Mm-hmm (affirmative). We never released an album. No, but I saw you all on All That, which was one of my
favorite shows back in the day. Oh yeah. Back, oh yeah? Mm-hmm (affirmative).
So you have some notoriety. No, we had a little bit. Mm-hmm (affirmative). But it’s definitely a hard transition,
because like I said, sometimes only view you
in that light, as a kid, but now that I’m a full
grown male and an adult, I got just different stuff
to offer… Absolutely. And I’ve been
through so much in my life from the duration of when I was
a kid to where I’m at now. Mm-hmm (affirmative). Wow and would you say
that the current music that you’re working on now, tells a whole different story
than it did back in the day? Yeah, most definitely, because when I was 13 and 14
I hadn’t been through anything. Mm-hmm (affirmative). But now I’m where I’m at now. I done had children. Oh yeah. I’ve been to prison. I’ve experienced being
in the streets and just life,
experienced life. Mm-hmm
(affirmative). Yeah. So we’re getting
a taste of the full man Scrapp right here. The taste of the full man. All of them just taking
this stuff in the wrong way. You’re just really putting it
together like that. I don’t know. I don’t know,
maybe it might be me. Correct me if…
Is it me? It’s the both of us. Okay. It’s the both of us. Oh my goodness, my mouth is getting so moist right now. Now, that one wasn’t me. Oh, okay. That wasn’t me.
All right. That’s going
to be a good thing though. It is. This is really good, and you know what’s
so funny about it, if you want a bite,
you can have some, this doesn’t even need syrup.
It’s just good plain. Are we talking about the waffle? Mm-hmm (affirmative). Okay. Yeah, we’re talking
about the waffle. I’m talking about
the part where you said if I want a bite,
I can have some. Oh, you definitely
can have it all. Just take it.
It’s for the taking. Oh my gosh. All right.
You better, now listen, this is going to be
the last time I’m going to
tell you this. Okay. Don’t bark up
this tree, all right. Oh, I might have to.
Scrapp DeLeon: All right? Okay, let me be good. All right. I’m trying to tell you
and I’m serious. I know you are. I can just smell
the testosterone, honey. Well, we’re excited
for your new music and the direction that
you’re going and the message that you’re sending out Scrapp. Most definitely.
For sure. Just to be
some inspiration to the people, especially people that’s coming
from where I just came from. Mm-hmm (affirmative). It’s like, don’t count yourself out.
You know what I’m saying? Yeah. Because we hold
a place in society too, regardless of our past. Absolutely and we
could use a lot of that because some people
may have not been in the pen, but they’re imprisoned
by the mind. And that’s worse
than being in the pen. Come on now. Because you can be anywhere and be mentally trapped and sorry for you
if you are like that. Mm-hmm (affirmative). Yes.
It’s all about setting it free. Most definitely. Do you walk around
in the nude anytime? What’s up? Because we’re saying
just set it free. So I was just thinking, just
freedom, you know what I mean? Because I just don’t work
on a nudist colony. Right. Yeah. We did an episode there. Okay.
Sometime, not all the time. Yeah. I do have children so I just don’t walk
around in the nude. Ow, well, of course not. Well, sorry. What you thinking
about now? No, I’m just saying… Me walking around in the nude? Probably. I don’t know
why I do this to myself. You do what to yourself? God, you’re worse than I am. I’m just saying,
it’s the words you choosing to use.
Let me sip my tea or lemonade. Yeah, okay. I’m going to have some coffee. So Scrapp, music is not
the only thing on the menu because I read that
you’re actually getting ready to open up your own restaurant.
Seafood and things? Most definitely.
Tiffany: What? It actually just opened. It’s open? It’s open. Oh my goodness. That’s awesome. Congratulations. Yup. Thank you.
Thank you. Thank you. I worked hard on it. First thing I got to
when I came on. Have you always been passionate about food and cooking? I’m a really good cook myself. I know how to cook
and I used to want to go to school
for culinary arts, but then I got tired
of cooking other stuff. Ladies, are you all understand that this man knows
how to cook? Real good. Oh my goodness. Tell me,
what’s your favorite dish? I love breakfast food. Do you? Scrapp DeLeon:
I love breakfast food, but I make really good oxtails. Oh. I make a really good lasagna. Oh wow. Lobster, lobster taco. I’m pretty…. I know my way
around the kitchen. Can I tell you something? I’ve always wanted
to try oxtails because I hear about them
all the time and a lot of… You’ve never had oxtails? That’s what I’m saying.
This is so wrong. It’s an injustice, the fact
I’ve never had an oxtail. Yeah, exactly. Your taste buds
are really not feeling you. Scrapp would you
ever make me some oxtails? Yeah, sure. Don’t play with me now! I would. Are you really going
to make me some oxtails? Yeah.
Because I want them. Breakfast or lunch? I chose it for breakfast,
or lunch, or dinner. I would have it for brunch. Brunch again? Can we do another brunch? We could you do another brunch and it’d be oxtails
[inaudible 00:12:51]. I love it. You know what? I’m still kind of hungry.
Can you go cook for me now? Like right now? Yeah, I want them oxtails boy. You got my mouth salivating. Check please. Come here
and let me feel that hair again. One more time.
Oh. Juices and berries. Just like wool. Juices and berries. I love it. That’s all it is. Hey guys, it’s me. Remember me? The original HBIC. Make sure you subscribe now
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