AceShowbiz - One wife is apparently not enough for Scrapp DeLeon. The "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star hinted at being interested in polygamous relationship when he appeared as a guest on "Brunch with Tiffany".
During the episode, Scrapp and host Tiffany Pollard a.k.a. HBIC talked how Scrapp felt about his romances being played out for the world on the VH1 series. "Some people act different when the camera is on and when cameras is off," Scrapp shared, before adding, "Me, personally, I was the same the whole way throughout the ordeal, but people change."
The TV star later said that social media played a big role in making things get worse as it gave people chance to watch and add their two cents when it's none of their business. "Everybody has an opinion on what they think or, you know, what they think is going on in a relationship when they're not in there," he said.
At one point, Tiffany askd Scrapped if he wanted to settle down. "During your time on 'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta', you were connected to some very beautiful women. ... Do you see yourseld settling down with just one woman? or do you feel like you want to free?"
In response to that, Scrapped said, "Well, just coming home from prison, I am appreciating this freedom right now. I definitely see myself settling down ideally." He continued, "To be honest, I wanna have multiple wives but that's a whole another story."
He then asked Tiffany for her opinion on polygamy, to which the host responded, "I felt like if I met a guy that wanted to be polygamous I would just remind him that my vagina is big enough to make him feel like he's with five women at the same time." She added, "I'm so much woman basically."
As for what he was looking for in women, Scrapp said, "I want my woman to be smart, ambitious. I want to have, you know, motherly qualities, understanding and strong. Of course I love beautiful women but, you know, beauty is in the eye of beholder. For the most part, I want partnership."
During the episode, he also chatted about his music, the craziest thing anyone has ever asked him as well as about what it's like being Muslim.