She’s On Her Own: Emily Speaks On Leaving Fabolous, Chrissy Punching Kimbella In The Face & Her Upcoming Clothing Line

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She has a name and she’s building her brand, Emily B is one of the few cast members who are actually capitalizing off of VH1‘s popular reality show Love & Hip-Hop. On this season, the episodes shows Emily moving on and leaving her boyfriend Fabolous. The fashion stylist sat down with Brittany C from Freddy and talked about leaving Fabolous and being on her own, Chrissy punching Kimbella in the face, her current relationship status with Kimbella and what people should expect from her new clothing line. Read some excerpt below:

On leaving Fabolous and being on her own.
Well of course you see me moving out on my own. I have two children and I moved on my own in New York. You know I moved here to be with Fab so for me to be here and live on my own is just an experience for me. So you get to see that and you know I just focused on me. I realized that I had to put me first and everything else would fall in place. So on this season, I had to  go out on my own, I had to be independent. I had to do me. The first step in doing me was moving out on my own which was very, very difficult. A lot of people are wondering if I still live on my own. Yes, absolutely, I still have my own place and I still live on my own. Absolutely.

On if the rumors are true about her and Fabolous getting back together.
Well, we have been shooting for a very long time, and we are still shooting so I don’t want to give any of that info away (laughs).

On if she thinks it was right for Chrissy to punch Kimbella in the fight

No. I think she acted off of emotion and she knows that she could have handled it better. I don’t condone violence. I didn’t want her to get punched in her face, I don’t think anyone deserves that.

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On her current feelings towards Kimbella

I have no hard feelings toward Kimbella at this point. I cannot hold on to any type of resentment toward her because if I did, I couldn’t move on. That was the past and I moved on from it. She came on the show, she told me on national TV, she accomplished her goal and that’s it. (laughs)

On what people can expect from her clothing line
Well, the key thing is that it is going to be affordable. I want it to be affordable because I know that a lot of girls that watch my show are always asking what I’m wearing and I just want to make something that is affordable, chic, and trendy. That’s what you can’s entitled Emily B. and will be available some time in 2012. That’s the love of my life right now.

On what people can expect from the rest of Love & Hip-Hop

I continue to grow. Your going to see a little more sassiness from me this season (laughs). I have a mouth.

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