Mimi Faust Explains Her Grievances with Black People

In a recent interview, Mimi claims she noticed that black people had the most to say about her tape with Nikko.

She even went as far as to say black people as a whole struggle with subjects pertaining to s*xuality, and she just feels like white people don’t seem to care as much.

Here’s an excerpt from her interview with Parlé Magazine:

Let’s discuss the infamous s*x tape — Reflecting on that time, do you have any regrets now?
Do you know actually as I sit back and think and reflect on that, going through that time was very, very difficult and, of course, I knew about it before, months and months and months before, the public even caught wind and those were the times I absolutely beat myself up about the decision that I made, because once I said yes there was no taking that back. I could not come back from that, and that was the first time that I had ever done something in my life that I could not take back. So in all actuality, it actually made me stronger. Going through the criticism of the public, you know, friends and everything else, it actually made me a whole lot stronger. I didn’t think I could survive it at first, and going through it absolutely was like the worst thing ever, but I’ve made it through. I’ve gotten through it and now I’m better able to handle other things in my life that come up. I’m like, “Oh, hell, that’s nothing, try having that s*x tape sh*t on your back.” So, it’s actually made me stronger.

It still managed to put a negative stigma on you, correct?
Well, it depends on the person. I find that a lot of Black people are very judgmental and close minded when it comes to s*xuality and s*x just in general, and those are the people that judge me the most. Like white people and other people, they don’t see a problem with it. They’re like, “So what!” It’s our people that I get the most judgment from ironically. And you know what, that was something that happened in my life; that doesn’t define me. That tape doesn’t make me who I am. That tape doesn’t; it doesn’t make me who I am. It was a part of my life that happened – a very small part actually – and I put it in its place. I compartmentalized it, put it in its place, and I keep it moving. I’m not gonna let that take me down, bury me, or define who I am as a person ’cause it just doesn’t.


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  1. So I guess her dumb a-s is Stevie Wonder to the way white folks stay dragging Kim’s air headed a-s for her tape. They still call her a p-rn star on the white sites to this day. Don’t get it twisted Mimi. White people aren’t dragging you for the tape because they don’t even know who the f-ck you are.

  2. Cause white people DONT even know who you are!

    #SoapBox: Ya know as a people we have to stop giving these horrible people “celebrity” status! These pseudo-celebs get a platform & don’t do anything but bash the people who supported them! I’m sick of these uneducated, gold digging, strippers/porn “stars” getting the limelight & then not contribute to the black community. Mimi can get these hands along with the ambers, black Chynas, and Michael Jordan’s of the world…..


  3. Society as a whole is very judgmental. People have opinions. It’s easy to say only black people are this way when you’re in your feelings and you really aren’t familiar with how white people get down. LOL.

  4. Nah those white people were dragging Mimi all up and down TMZ when the tape came out. People generally don’t respect people who get fame without having talent.

  5. I hate when black people say this stupid crap. Yes, we do have to do better when it comes to s-xuality but that’s more so an effect of the church than our race. Just go to those white conservative blogs and see what they say about Kim Kardashian. It’s not a race thing.

  6. People don’t like to hear the truth about themselves. What she did was very thirsty and desperate. To make a tape for a reality show isn’t something people are going to praise. Why doesn’t she understand that?

  7. White people didn’t drag her as much as we did because they have no idea who Mimi Faust is. For her to call herself a savvy business woman you’d think she’d understand how demographics work.

    1. She’s another Bow Wow….talking crap about the folks that put them on and keep them relevant. White people didn’t say sh-t cause you are a non muthafking factor in their world, Mimi!

  8. I don’t agree with her at all because I see Kim and her family getting dragged for that tape everyday on the white sites. I know she sees it too but she’s going to pretend otherwise because she got her feelings hurt. You can’t fool people that much anymore now because people know how reality stars get down. Kim made the blueprint and Mimi tried to follow it with no success. It’s not our fault.

  9. So in other words, black people expect more from her and want her to do better with her life than what she’s doing? That makes sense since white people don’t know her enough to even care what she’s doing. People actually rooted for Mimi in the first season and she’s been nothing but a huge disappointment. But she can continue to sell out for her VH1 coins. She can’t be making that much if she’s still renting in Atlanta though, which I know she is.

  10. Now there she go playing victim
    NEWS FLASH MIMiI, we are not judging you bc you did it we are judging you because you tried to play dumb and act like you did not know what is going on ?

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