Kreayshawn’s Former Buddy V-Nasty Signs Big Deal With Indie Label


V-Nasty, a former member of Kreayshawn’s White Girl Mob, has signed a deal worth $750k with Pinnacle Records.
The deal would carry for three years with the Las Vegas-based label, according to HipHopDX.

In an interview, she explained the deal:

“It’s an independent deal. I don’t really know how to explain it, it’s independent as far as working with each other. It’s for three years of music and s###, but I’m ready to just keep going with them. Of course, we’re gonna get more artists and sh*t. It’s big. It’s not no regular Warner Bros., but I feel I’m in a better position. More freedom.”
The rapper also ran down her views on Kreayshawn and the rest of the White Girl Mob.

“People just have their differences in life. A lot of people grow and feel a lot of different ways about certain situations. Sometimes you just got to separate yourself from the negative and put yourself into a better position. I’m from the hood, but at the same time, if you’re sitting in the streets for 20 years, do you ignore that there’s a whole ‘nother life you could be living? Let that s### go. F### White Girl Mob. What is that? It’s just a name at the end of the day. It was a friendship. Motherf**kers just grow apart…I’m the type of person who’s very loyal. I got Debbie’s back, I don’t speak bad on nobody. I just don’t f**k with Kreayshawn like that. We ain’t cool. I don’t see myself kicking it with her and being real.”