Deelishis Speaks On Her Womanhood/Scars
Deelish on when NY lashed out at Flav:
She was a tad bit extra for me. I never witnessed a true moment for her until that moment. You would never see New York pull her weave behind her ear. That was the only time she was real. She was humiliated.
Deelish on her scars:
There's something about my personality that's far more compelling than my scars. I've never had to deal with anyone ever making me feel bad about that in my 28 years. I wasn't self-conscious until recently with the show. I've read some of the cruelest things in those blogs.It wasn't until now that I find myself covering it up. And I'm going to have to check myself on that. My scars have never defined me. I define them. It's all about who you are. You can't worry about things you can't change or control.
Will you remove your scars?
No, I won't remove them, and it is very expensive. Plus, if I treat them, my doctor said that there's no guarantee that they'll go away and stay away. Like I said, no one really cared until now, but I'm good...
Deelish on people questioning her womanhood:
I AM a woman. The first time I read that, I didn't know how to feel. It cut deeply. It cut like a knife and more importantly I have a daughter. I've been through things only a woman can go through, so for someone to strip my God-given abilities, it hurt. When we were adolescents we all went through torment because kids are cruel. I didn't expect to go through this now. It was heartbreaking.But, I held my head up. I was born a woman and I will die a woman.
Word on the street is that Deelishis babies daddy.. you know, the one who has "money on-top-of money" is pretty pissed that she went on the show in the first place, also he's an superintendent for the Detroit School district, I guess I need to forget about being a doctor because the school system is where the REAL money is at... *yawn*
Catch the rest of the interview here
UPDATE: I just read over at Allhiphop.com that Deelishis babies father is an environmental manager at Lear Corporation in Southfield, Michigan. Who knows, and quite frankly I could care less unless he was trying to pay my utilities.