Lil Debbie Says "Chief Keef Was Trying To Hit Me Up" & Claims Iggy Azalea Has Butt Implants
Lil Debbie says "I'm not gonna lie, Chief Keef was trying to hit me up," when asked if she'd ever been approached by fellow artists.
Sitting down for an interview leading up to her album release, former White Girl Mob rapper Lil Debbie spoke with Bossip about her own record, Australian artist Iggy Azalea,and losing contact with Kreayshawn after allegedly being kicked out of White Girl Mob.
Asked what she thought of Azalea, Lil Debbie remembered trying to get in contact with her unsuccessfully. “God her body’s banging,” she said. “I one time tried to reach out to her and I feel like she kind of acted like she was too good for me, but it’s cool. I think she’s very attractive and I think that’s gotten her really far in her career. Voice-wise, it’s a little weird. But I like—she has great beats, you know what I’m saying. She’s a badass bitch, if I could get ass implants like hers, let me know where you got’em at. I just wanna know.”
Referencing her past relationship with Kreayshawn, Lil Debbie said she’d be open to a group reunion. “I’ve never really been in contact since Kreayshawn since everything has happened, so we’re still out of contact,” Debbie said. “Grown up, she has a baby, there’s not much to be said. I think it would be an interesting show, you know how they have like Bad Girls Club Reunion, you know shit like that, White Girl Mob Reunion, that might be interesting. It might get a little ghetto and out of hand.”
Asked if she was worried about her album performing similarly to her fellow White Girl Mob artist's, Lil Debbie said she’d learned from Kreayshawn’s mistakes. “Everywhere I go, they’re like, ‘So, did you see her post her numbers?’” Lil Debbie said. “I’m like, ‘No.’ Am I scared of flopping? I don’t even want to say like Kreayshawn. No, I think that I was a fortunate member out of the group that got to see both sides of everything and I’ve learned from her mistakes, as harsh as that sounds. Thanks girl.”
Asked about the possibility of any sexual encounters within the industry, Lil Debbie claimed that Chicago rapper Chief Keef tried to “hit [her] up.” “A lot of people want the sugar,” she said. “I’m not gonna lie. Chief Keef was trying to hit me up. I love Chief Keef, but I feel like if I was gonna go and sleep with Chief Keef, I might as well go back to Oakland and sleep with one of my friends from up there. They’re almost on the same level.”
Referencing her own upcoming album, Lil Debbie explained possible appearances from Yung Gleesh and Fat Trel. “California Sweetheart is my new album, it’s coming out March 25,” she said. “I’m really excited about it. It’s my baby. I shot the cover for it probably like six [or] seven months ago. It’s just like, it’s my baby. I’ve been working on it for like a year, maybe a little over a year now. I’m gonna have Katie Got Bandz on there. That’s gonna be fun. Hopefully I get this verse from Yung Gleesh and Fat Trel. That’s like really it on the collaborations. What I was really worried about when I was working on my album was that I worked with great producers.”