Momma Dee was recently interviewed on the Domenick Nati Show this month and they touched on various topics.
First was how her relationship is going with her husband Ernest. Apparently, he is too much of a momma’s boy for her liking:
I just really need for him to step out his mother’s womb and be a man. You know what I’m sayin’? …No wife should have to argue about you uppin’ your check to pay bills. His momma raised him like she’ll pay for everything so that’s how he sees the world; his momma supposed to pay for everything or a woman supposed to for pay everything…
The next thing Domenick asked is how she feels about fans and critics thinking the show is scripted? She wishes the show is scripted:
You know a lot of people say the first season and second of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta were scripted. You know, I wish it was because the fighting, the anger, the arguments …they happen, they are actually real. I wish we could read a script…and then when the cameras shut down, go to the bar, have drinks but we can’t because the hate is real, the fights are real.
When asked if the show brings in more ratings than any other “Love and Hip Hop” show, Momma Dee says:
“We’re the highest rated in the world.”
Things take an interesting turn as Domenick brings up politics and whether or not Momma Dee voted:
“I’m gonna be frankly honest… I did not vote and I am glad I didn’t. Know why? It wouldn’t have counted anyway. We should have an election of just “electoral” votes and let the United States vote… If you were going to have a vote based off of electoral votes, why would you have all of these folks get up in the mornin’ and take their lunch breaks, get in long lines, vote early? None of it counted!
When asked if she is a Trump supporter, she believes in his Immigration Policy and the Wall:
“I believe in his policies on Immigration… I think [Mexico] should pay for [the Wall]. [Mexicans] wanna come over here and make money. They come over here for every dollar; it’s two or three of em’… and they come over here not paying taxes… they should pay for it.”
Check out the interview clip below: