You may think that you saw it all on last night’s airing of “VH1 Hip-Hop Honors: Dirty South,” but that’s not so especially when it comes to Juvenile.
You may think that you saw it all on last night’s airing of “VH1 Hip-Hop Honors: Dirty South,” but that’s not so especially when it comes to Juvenile. The veteran Southern rapper almost never made it on stage, and S2S has the hilarious exclusive scoop on how an elevator almost ruined Juvenile’s night.
“I got caught in the elevator. I was mad. We had to break out of that s***,” he said. “I was stuck there for ten minutes with fifteen people and it was hot. I might be [claustrophobic] ‘cause I started feeling real crazy in the elevator. Somebody knew how to open it up and we climbed out.”
Juvenile did end up performing his tribute to J. Prince, CEO of the legendary Rap-A-Lot Records. While he didn’t perform any new songs from his forthcoming album, Beast Mode, he did let us know that this time around he’s back to catering to his female fans with tracks in the booty-shaking tradition of “Back that Azz Up,” and “Slow Motion.”
“Ladies love my up-tempo songs they can dance to and it leans to the ladies side more. I walk that fine line where I say things a woman can understand,” Juvenile told S2S. “If I say something that sounds disrespectful I only do it to make the song interesting and they know where my heart is. I guess we got a connection.”
Juvenile has the deepest connection with one particular woman and that’s his wife Shadonna. He assured us that even though he has women clamoring for his attention left and right, his wife remains secure in their bond.
“I been married for a minute now,” said Juvenile. “You gotta know who you dealing with. If that was the case we wouldn’t have been together. She accepted me for who I was from day one. It’s the love that keeps it alive. When you with a person and made your decision on this person for rest of your life you should love them in every way. We are still there.”