Lil Debbie Says Kreayshawn Kicked Her And V-Nasty Out Of White Girl Mob
It was a little more than two years ago when Kreayshawn's "Gucci Gucci" became a national hit. The song became a viral phenomenon and lead to Kreay signing a reported million dollar deal with Sony later that year. The song also introduced the world to White Girl Mob consisting of Kreayshawn, V-Nasty and Lil Debbie. While it has been awhile since the group made any noise, one of the members in the group speak on why.
In a new interview with VladTV, Lil Debbie reveals that she and fellow member V-Nasty were kicked out White Girl Mob and that she no longer is on speaking terms with Kreayshawn these days. According to Debbie in the prep to release Kreayshawn's debut album, tensions rose and soon the girls went on the outs.
"One day Kreayshawn was just like, 'You're not around enough. You don't hold it down enough, and we're not fuckin' with you no more.'" Debbie told DJ Vlad. "I got kicked out of White Girl Mob. Tear."
When pressed for reasons that led to her forced departure from the group, Debbie offered, "It was a couple of things. It was partially my fault, partially misunderstandings—I think there was a lot going on for Kreayshawn at that moment; she was getting a lot of heat for things, and she probably felt very lonely. I wanted to go party. I wanted to have fun; I was 21. I didn't really know what I wanted to do; I was maybe gonna start deejaying."
Lil Debbie mentioned while leaving the group was the best thing that could have happened to her, she mentioned that she had no ill will towards Kreay despite not talking these days.
"Me and Kreayshawn, we don't talk," Debbie said. "I don't have anything against her, I just feel like the whole situation of [the White Girl Mob] could have played out differently. I think we all could have been bigger together. It is what it is, I'm not mad at her."
You can see the full interview above.