10 Comments Sunday, August 24th, 2008
Off The Record With Chance
I Love Money paper chaser Chance sits in the hot seat, opining on New York, Jesse Jackson and more. What you wonâ€™t find in the magazine.
As told to John Kennedy
On doing something strange for some changeâ€¦
The craziest thing Iâ€™ve done for money is take all my clothes off and jump into a panty-like Speedo, with a bunch of girls around watching my goods shine. First episode [of I Love Money] they broke a brother down. All for a little change.
On New York under coversâ€¦
It was like having sex with a stuffed animalâ€”with those fake eyes and fake hair. A stuffed animal with a real set of you-know-what. It feels like having sex with an oversize Cabbage Patch. You got silicone parts that are made for toys.**
On his favorite Flavorâ€¦
The only thing I got to say to Flavor Flav is woooooow! Flav is like the master. He paved the way for all of us. Keep doing it and hopefully I can do the same thing youâ€™re doing later. Pave the way for some kid with talent to come through. Flav is an icon. I love ya, bruh. And cute kid. I didnâ€™t know a Gargoyle could produce a human so cute.
On Messy Jesseâ€¦
I got some advice for Jesse Jackson. Grow up, manâ€¦ A man that old bringing Haterade to the table. I used to like Jesse Jackson, with those big bug eyes. I didnâ€™t even know he was a hater.
On keeping reality TV realâ€¦
What you see is what you get. Nobody ever came and whispered in my ear and told me to do something that you see on TV. No, thatâ€™s real life. Itâ€™s the best thing thatâ€™s happened to television. I have seen bullshit reality TV shows, but VH1 and 51 Mindsâ€”those are the best companies you can get as far as reality TV. If I didnâ€™t have them, I donâ€™t even think I would want to do this. You guys want to know if itâ€™s scripted and this and thatâ€”no, man.
Chanceâ€™s advice for New Yorkâ€¦
Stop kissing so many damn guys, man. Relax. Take it slow. Donâ€™t put no more plastic parts on you, because you ainâ€™t a toy. Unless you want to be my toy again. Thatâ€™s aight, then. Come on down. You know where to find me. But New York, be safe out there. Youâ€™re a good person. Stallionaires love you.
**Read more on Chanceâ€™s one-time romp with Tiffany â€œNew Yorkâ€ Pollard in the November issue of KING.
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