Stevie J stopped by “The Breakfast Club” on Thursday to give the scoop on his new reality series, “Leave It To Stevie,” his baby drama with Joseline, why he regrets dating Faith Evans, and more.
Peep a few quotes from the candid interview below…
On Joseline’s pregnancy:
It wasn’t planned…it just happened. Obviously, she knew what was going on before I did, but it is what it is and we just got to approach it…
On Joseline’s molestation accusations:
You just can’t come back from certain things and that’s one of the things you can’t come back from. You know? The people from DCFS was all at Mimi’s house and all at my house. They closed the case on August 5.
On making amends with Joseline:
I made amends and I got a lot of flack from my family like, ‘How could you even want to deal with this chick after she said that about your daughter?’
At the end of the day, I did that and now she wants to fight me. The next day, she comes on set wanting to fight me. It’s like, ‘Let me just leave that alone.’
On why he’s seeking custody of the baby:
If you’re not in your right mind to be fighting at 9 months while you’re pregnant – I need a psycho evaluation. I need to know what’s up with you when that baby is born. I want to test the baby. I want to test you. If everything was on the up with us and she wasn’t trying to fight me – you know? I come to her in peace and she want to fight me.
She’s punching me in my face in my crib and I’m telling her brother, ‘Just get her out of my crib.’ He’s just standing there.
I just want to make sure the baby is good.
You having strippers at the baby shower and all that. Then, you got the cake and you asking dudes, ‘Yo, you want to eat the titty on the cake? You want to eat the p***y on the cake?’ Come on!
On dating Faith Evans:
I’ve known her for almost 25 years. We was all family and as the years progressed, we began to hang out more, talk more…
It’s [the relationship] new. Brand new.
I just feel that I shouldn’t have crossed that line because once you cross that line emotions really overwhelm…overwhelm me and her.
Once you start dating your best friend, it’s a little different.
On “Leave It To Stevie”:
It’s a peaceful family show. it’s like a ‘Family Matters’ show. It’s away from the ratchet stuff. It’s in a happy space, which is where I’m at right now because it wasn’t so happy last year.
Watch the full interview below.
I’d really love to have a sit down with Joseline to hear her side of the story.