Mimi Faust is still singing another sad love song about her experience on the first season of the megahit, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.
In an interview with Street Disciplez Radio, Mimi discussed Stevie J, Joseline Hernandez, and how she’s looking to capitalize off the fame earned from the show.
On being back with Stevie J:
"Just because I agreed to go to counseling doesn’t mean I stuck with him. That was me agreeing to go to counseling and me agreeing to sit down with him."
On Joseline Hernandez becoming a cast member:
"Joseline wasn’t supposed to be a cast member, that was the deal. We had all of the cast members in place. She kind of got on the show by default. She wasn’t initially a cast member at all."
Does it really matter considering she’s the most popular cast member for a very good reason?
Anyway, on using the fame from the show to branch out:
"’I’m doing a clothing line inspired by my daughter. I’m doing a home line—kind of like Martha Stewart, but I’m nowhere near Martha Stewart—but a home line as far as like home accessories. Pillows, lamps, decorative things for the home."
On new suitors:
“But Mimi did reveal that being on the show has created a new crop of suitors. She said, “Men will just walk up to me in the grocery store and say, ‘I wouldn’t cheat on you, baby.’
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