Saddle Up: Elke The Stallion
What’s the craziest reaction a rapper ever gave you on set after seeing your ass?
There was a story. I remember being on a set out in LA and I was a lead a girl, a feature. It was a long day, cold, I just wasn’t in a good mood and this rapper said something to somebody else about, Oh, I’m sure her ass is fake. That person came over and told me that and I went over to him and told him something to the effect of, If you want to tell me something, you don’t have to send your friend. Come over and tell me yourself. I was already on edge. I just walked off. It was already late at night. I don’t care if you’re a rapper or work 9-5.
That’s a rapper. Now, it’d really be a problem if a chick said something to you, right?
Yeah, it would. But I’m 5’7”, 180 pounds. I’m a thick chick, so people really don’t want to cross me the wrong way. So, I never really had issues.
What’s the craziest reaction your ass has gotten?
Reactions, I get when I usually walk by or on Twitter or Myspace. There’s people that have tattoos of me. people I don’t know. That to me is crazy. that’s commitment.
Are you single?
Yes I am.
What do you look for with a dude?
He’s got to have a job, he’s got to have drive. I don’t like lazy people who don’t want to better themselves. Someone who’s funny, who’s smart. You don’t have to be a celebrity or a basketball player. You just have to have ambition and a car [laughs].
Do you like the dudes in LA?
I’ve been living here for years and it hasn’t really happened with Cali guys. Guys from New York, East Coast guys, that’s more of my swag.
The way they carry themselves, the way they treat women…it’s just different out there. [East Coast] guys are more aggressive, more forward. I like that. Cali guys are like bitches, they act like pussies. They want chicks to take them out. I’m not taking you out. You need to ask me on a date if you want to get together.
What’s next for you?
I have my own TV show in the works. I wrote the treatment for my own show. We’ll see.