Kreayshawn's fame hit its pinnacle when rapping about Gucci, Louis and Fendi got her over 30 million YouTube views.
Since then, her spitfire personality put her on the map, from some infamous rapper beef with Rick Ross and The Game and landed her the cover of a handful of magazines who ran interviews attempting to dissect the colorful personality of the little rapper from Oakland.
In the March issue of GQ Magazine out on newsstands now, Kreayshawn opens up to the fashionable men’s mag about her sexuality, her thug authenticity, and her stint that almost landed her on a reality T.V. show.
Kreayshawn on her bisexuality...
“I’m like, a person who likes love. And I can find love in any type of person. I’ve dated girls, and I’ve liked girls. But they’re usually straight girls, so it never works out. I mean, I’m not that gay, so I don’t have the energy to convince someone else to be gay, you know?”
On almost being cast on Bad Girls Club...
“I like, filled out the whole thing, went in for an interview. Then before my second interview, I was watching this episode where this girl got hella bleach thrown on her, and I was like, I don't want to be on a show where I'll get chemically poisoned and get jumped out in my sleep and shit. It's not enough money for that.”
On her growing up in Oakland and the authenticity of her thug life...
“We used to play in this field [near her home] and find hella knives and rusty guns and sh*t.”
Check out the full interview over at GQ.