Off The Record With Chance
On doing something strange for some changeâ€¦
The craziest thing I'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 you'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 didn'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 didn'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, that's real life. It's the best thing that'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 didn't have them, I don't even think I would want to do this. You guys want to know if it's scripted and this and thatâ€”no, man.
Chance's advice for New Yorkâ€¦
Stop kissing so many damn guys, man. Relax. Take it slow. Don't put no more plastic parts on you, because you ain't a toy. Unless you want to be my toy again. That's aight, then. Come on down. You know where to find me. But New York, be safe out there. You're a good person. Stallionaires love you.
**Read more on Chance's one-time romp with Tiffany "New Yorkâ€ Pollard in the November issue of KING.