Emily Bustamante is a cast member of the new Reality TV show "Love and Hip Hop." The show premiered on March 6th on VH1. Emily also has a 2 year-old son by rap artist Fabolous and struggles with the reality that her son's father doesn't want to claim her as his girlfriend in the public eye (she is his stylist) and probably will never marry her. He doesn't seem to have any problem talking about being a father but that's about it.
She sat down with Juicy Magazine and gave the 411 on being on Love & Hip Hop and her relationship with Mr. Jackson.
On Fab and his image as a rap artist
He’ll go on the radio and they’ll ask, ‘Are you single?’ And he’ll say ‘As a dollar bill.’ But it’s funny because he’ll text me, and be like, ‘Don’t listen to the radio.’ I honestly feel and believe that [Fab the rapper] is a personality.
What She Loves About Fab
He’s so intelligent. He teaches me so much. When we’re at home he’s not a rapper. He’s John. He’s not this guy everybody else sees. I’d rather him just be John at home with the kids sitting at the dinner table eating with them. I couldn’t tell you what the pros, because to me, a pro would be just to have him at home.
On Fab’s Feelings About Her Joining The Cast of 'Love & Hip Hop'
Fab and I shot a pilot show together about him being a father and trying to be an entertainer as well. They ended up not picking up his pilot. But um, he was a little salty [about me being in Love & Hip Hop]. He never told me not to do it. He was just like, “You know, I don’t know if it’s a good idea, but I’m not gonna tell you not to do it.”
On If She Wants To Get Married
Absolutely. But I wouldn’t want to be married to anybody that didn’t want to be married because I don’t want to be divorced either. He’s not the youngest guy, and I’m not even 30. I know it’s been a long time, but I’m not gonna force anything. If it happens it happens and it doesn’t maybe I’ll move on. I don’t know what the future holds.