Her Friend V-Nasty

Kreayshawn: “She’s not my real sister, that’s metaphorical. I’ve known her for like six years. It’s funny how we met because I was beefing with her cousin. It was a whole bunch of drama—we’re all like 15—and she calls me up talking hella shit. She doesn’t even know me, but she’s like, ‘What’s up bitch? I’m going to beat your ass.’

“So I was like, ‘Bitch come to my front door. Here’s my address. Come see me bitch.’ In my head I’m thinking this is some crazy ass bitch. Like, this bitch is going to show up at my door with a knife and slice me. I talked to my ex like, ‘What’s up with your cousin Vanessa? She hit me up trying to say she was going to fight me. Do I really have to fight a bitch now because of this?’ He was like, ‘Nah, don’t listen to her. She eight months pregnant.’

“He was like, ‘You can just hand her the phone, and say, ‘Here, scare the shit out of this bitch.’ I met her three days after that phone call and she was just this pregnant white chick laying smack on this couch. She was like, ‘I’m not really a bad girl, I just be fucking around.’ Now that I know her, I know that she was not serious. She was just goofing off because she will beat your ass. Maybe eight months pregnant too, you never know, she could be serious. [Laughs.]

“She’s beyond entertainment. We’ll be at the gas station and somehow she’ll scare the gas station attendant just asking for a bag. That’s just her way of having fun. But I wasn’t scared. I was like, ‘Bitch, you can meet me there.’ I wasn’t scared of her and she wasn’t scared of me, so making friends is of course something that would happen. I can’t say why she was in jail though, that’s a personal question. When you can’t keep your hands on your own stuff and to yourself you’re going to get a strike somewhere.”