'Love and Hip Hop' Exclusive: The Risky Business of Being Joe Budden
Hip Hop’s self-made reality star talks girls, girls, girls and ‘No Love Lost’
(Atlanta, GA) January31, 2013 - Rolling out sits down with “Love & Hip Hop’s” newest cast mate Joe Budden to discuss his role on the VH1 reality series, which isn’t our first invitation into Budden’s life as he installed cameras in his home years ago. The cameras captured his tumultuous relationship with his curvaceous then-girlfriend Tahiry, and his reality star fame was born.
Since then, Budden has had several very public relationships and suffered loss and setback. He speaks candidly with rolling out about his new album, titled No Love Lost, personal shortcomings and addiction. Joining the cast of “Love & Hip Hop” is just another chapter in Budden’s story– one he feels will help others deal with their own tribulations. “I’m just thankful that rolling out would even consider having me on the cover. I appreciate it. It was a great shoot, great interview. Hopefully the fans enjoy it,” Budden offers modestly.
Visit rollingout.com to read the interview in its entirety. Be sure to check out the exclusive photo shoot and video footage with celebrity photographer DeWayne Rogers.
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