"But the good side about that is, you don't put nobody before God, don't ever put nobody before God, and I think I did a little bit of that trying to help her." Scrap said he has no beef with Soulja Boy, and SB is also taking the high road.
"This is my baby, this is my girl, so anything said about her is basically they're saying it about me," he said, holding Diamond's hand.
Scrappy said he helped Diamond get her rap career on track, putting her needs before his own, and after their breakup, he felt used.
"When that Diamond situation happened, it just taught me a real valuable lesson, 'cause I know, as I can see, I'm not a good judge of character," Lil Scrappy said when he appeared on June 20's "Rap Fix Live." "I ain't never had my little heart broken before, but now that it happened, I don't think it would happen for a long time," he said.
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"I'm backin' her 100 percent, and we're just focusing on the positive.
Anybody talkin' about her name on TV, that's just bringin' us up more.
And if they’re not protected, I’m not doing it period.” It’s clear that Diamond is far from just giving up on her goals whether it involves LHHA or not.
While Diamond doesn't appear on VH1's "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta," the Best Female Hip Hop Artist BET Award nominee sure gets her name thrown around a lot on the show.