Welcome to another episode of The Baller Alert Show, available everywhere you get our podcast. Alexis Skyy talks with BT, Su Solo and OCT about Ja Morant, Beyoncè, and her child’s father.
“Congratulations to Romeo Miller; he welcomed his second daughter. Her name is Winter Miller. I love that name,” said Su Solo.
“Inflation is real, and Drake tickets are looking like Beyonce tickets. Fans are complaining about how high the tickets are,” said OCT.
“I don’t think it’s right. What do you want the people to do?” asked Su Solo.
I can see with Beyonce. She’s doing a lot. But Drake is going to stand there on a mic,” said OCT.
“They probably emptied their savings to go to that concert,” said Alexis.
The cast discussed Ja Morant.
“He can’t have his image out there looking crazy, looking like a thug,” said OCT.
“If you look at the interview, it looks like he didn’t want to do the interview,” said BT.
“Where are the OGs telling him that he’s messing up?” asked Su Solo.
“Blueface says he’s going to keep on messing with Chrisean until she gets an abortion. What kind of low life is this?” said OCT.
“She needs to get some help and get out of that situation,” said Alexis Skyy.
“For our audience who don’t really know. You’re on a new path right now. Just fill us in on where you came from,” said OCT.
“When I was younger, I always wanted to be famous. Growing up, I came from a good family, but I kinda got caught up in the streets. I just wanted to be free,” said Alexis Skyy.
“You were open about a traumatic experience that happened to you at the age of 15,” said Su Solo.
“I did leave home. I got caught up with the wrong people. In Atlanta, trafficking is huge and I got caught up here. It definitely affected my life. It became a pattern for me,” said Alexis Skyy.
“How did you become an influencer?” asked OCT
“I was actually in a relationship with Fetty at the time. Nobody really knew me on Instagram at the time, but I was a popping dancer here in Atlanta, and I built my name from Magic City. I didn’t want to be attached to Fetty, so I created my own brand,” said Alexis Skyy.
Alexis shared that she created a recovery house and a salon. The state shut down her recovery house.
“Do you think it’s pressure in our community for black women to look a certain type of way?” asked Su Solo.
“Absolutely, I just went and got surgery. I saw women in so much pain in that house. I just went in December, and it was tragic,” said Alexis Skyy.
“How did you get the call to be on Love & Hip Hop?” asked OCT.
“It started in L.A, that was the first part. They wanted me in New York and then Atlanta. They know they needed me,” said Alexis Skyy.
“You mentioned movies. What kind of movies have you done?” asked OCT.
“I’ve only done one. It was just an intro scene.”
Alexis Skyy shared the experience of having a child with special needs.
Su Solo asked Alexis Skyy what her support system is like and if there’s drama between her and her and the father of her daughter.
“There’s no drama between that man and me. He is the definition of a deadbeat,” said Alexis Skyy, referring to Fetty Wap.
“My lady and I had a drunk night with great sex last night. We woke up next to each other in the morning eating and talking about the night before. She slipped up and said she can’t remember how many men she had sex with. I’ve never been insecure about something until this point. Should I speak on this or just leave it alone?”
“Why do you want to know that?” asked Alexis Skyy.
“We all have a past. Where you think she learned how to have that amazing sex from?” asked Su Solo.