The writer, who accused Russell Simmons of sexual assault in 2018, is speaking up after 'The Breakfast Club' invited the music mogul onto the show.
The singer spoke to the morning show's hosts about his mental health, B2K drama, reinventing himself in China, and his ex-manager Chris Stokes.
The New Orleans-born singer also revealed fatherhood changed his perception on life.
“I don’t give a damn—I love my girl. Whatever it takes!"
The singer and TV personality is determined to turn his fame into an empire and he's already got a few things up his sleeve.