Chrissy Lampkin Discusses Jim Jones, Their History, And His Fidelity In New Interview


Chrissy Lampkin finally got her wish last night on Love And Hip Hop, a ring from her man Jim Jones. And though you may love her or hate her for being a strong woman with some serious opinions, it was hard not to get emotional that moment when he arrived just as she was reaching her breaking point with him to make an honest woman out of her.

In this new interview with Necole Bitchie, Chrissy opens up about her relationship with Jim. Always honest to the core, Chrissy says that Jim’s never been unfaithful and admits that he supports her financially. Check out our favorite quotes from the interview below.

On infidelity and whether or not that has been an issue for her: You should never ever accept it. Everybody has individual issues in relationships. Is that something that I want to deal with, absolutely not. Is that something I have dealt with with Jimmy, no. Am I a realist? Absolutely, but I don’t dwell on that type of stuff because it doesn’t come my way…There’s no girls calling my phone, no one comes to my house, I don’t have it. We have other problems. We’re not problem-free, but that’s just one I don’t have.

On having kids with Jim: Children are in the works. We’ll figure it all out.

On the fact that Jimmy supports her: Yeah. He takes good care of me. I don’t care how people take it. I get flack all the time. He’s my man. What–you want him not to? I came up in a time when that’s what men did and aspire to do. What man doesn’t want to take care of his woman? I was never a person that didn’t have anything. When I met Jimmy, I had my own apartment and car. He’s taken it to a bigger level. I’ll be fine.

On life outside the show: Chrissy likes to be around friends and family. Chrissy likes to take care of her 70-pound dog who I think is my son. That’s my homie. I take care of my house. I do regular things. I’m trying to get into charity work for young girls at the age where they’re old enough to want to do it and too young to do anything about their lives. I think that’s a critical time when they need to be given the tools to make wise decisions. I want to get involved with that.

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