Jim Jones talks proposal plot

    Jim Jones is showing off a whole new side of himself on the next episode of "Love & Hip Hop."

    Those doubting the sincerity of Jim’s proposal to Chrissy Lampkin, will see the whole thing from his side.

    Jim didn’t just show up in Miami and pull a ring out of his pocket. The New York rapper put some thought into asking Chrissy to be his wife. "I’ve been looking at the ring and showing it to everybody," he admitted.

    But getting married is more than just about material things for Jim. It’s a partnership, and after seven years, Jim doesn’t want to lose his better half.

    "I love that woman. We’ve got a common bond that is unbreakable. She been there through thick and thin," he said just before showing off what he’s working with in a shower scene. "You realize how important a lady is to a man in everything he’s doing—a good lady that is—and you start to think different."

    He added, "She’s definitely been a hell of a foundation for me. I’m a firm believer that she’s gonna be there, and she has been there."

    Jim knows that relationships are about give and take, too. He wants to give Chrissy the world; more importantly than that, he wants to give her his all and be someone she can truly depend and rely on.

    "I think any man would want to be for their woman, their best friend, their confidant, their lover," Jim said. "I just want to make sure that she lives a comfortable life and do the things that she dreams of doing. We’ll grow old together."

    Truth be told, Jim counts himself blessed to have Chrissy in his life at all. He admits, "I was fortunate enough to end up with Chrissy as my lady. That’s like the princess kissing the frog. I got my own fairytale"

    To see just how much thought he put into this fairytale engagement, check out the video below!




    —Sonya Eskridge




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