Last night, "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" reality star and producer Nikko appeared on an internet talk show called, "The Purple Girl Show," where he dished on feuding with cast mate, Karlie Redd (who he made clear he was not attracted to from the beginning or in his own words "she's not my type of fabric"), his genre of music including career, and of course, fitness and sex.
Nikko also explained that his experience on the Vh1 hit show was a bad one after producers re-edited and made him out to be a poor guy and a conceited one.
During his interview, a fan called in an hour into the show to ask the "Paint My Window" singer about the recent sex tape leak starring himself and "L&HH: ATL" star Mimi Faust -- totally missing the disclaimer of 'what and what not to ask intro of the show.
Just as the New York-native was about to respond to the fan, the question was immediately shot down by the radio hostess out of respect and some sort of privacy request made by him earlier on in the show. Little did Mr. Nikko knew, GWL was already tuned-in waiting patiently for him to slip up and dished about the raunchy homemade porn flick.
He however never denied the reports -- first reported by MediaTakeOut -- but told the fan, "I don't wanna talk about that right now," which quickly brought us to the conclusion; the tape was just a publicity stunt probably forced on by Nikko himself as neither of them never commented on it publicly or knew how it would be played out across the blogosphere.
He also dished about his spicy relationship with Mimi being "deliciously tasteful" adding, "she's a real person. She's been through a lot. She's dealt with the pressure of being on reality TV and handled it pretty well. She's a beautiful person and I love that about her. Just gotta say that. So we're doing well, absolute well."
The overall interview was pretty deep. The sex part of the sit down was also absolute fire. Nikko started talking about sexual positions and gave advice on how his fellow brothers out there listening should lay it down in bed.
FYI: Nikko made it clear that he does not consider himself an R&B artist and fans should address him as a 'Pop Soul' artist. Wondering where the "Pop Soul" came from? He added that in the 90's he observed two artists' "Usher" and "J.T"... with that being said, he walked away feeling inspired knowing that he took a little of Justin Timberlake "Pop" and a little of Usher Raymond "Soul" to create his own sound/genre of music.