*As far as your girl Chippy D, aka Laurence Fishburne’s daughter Montana is concerned, dear old dad is just gonna have get used to the idea of his little girl getting poked in every orifice she’s got and jizzed on while the world watches.
That’s basically what she’s telling him and anyone who’ll listen now. This information comes coourtesy of her latest interview (as far as we know) with Karu Daniels over at Black Voices.
Other than being delusional, we’re still scratching our heads trying to figure out where this chick is coming from. But like they say, it is what it is.
Here are some excerpts from the interview:
Black Voices: Well, everyone wants to know what your father thinks about it?
Montana Fishburne: I mean, I haven’t talked to him directly yet. We have conflicting schedules, so it’s been hard. But, he’s upset. I hope he supports me. But as soon as I talk to him, you guys are going to hear something.
BV: Why do you think he would be upset?
MF: I mean, no one wants to see their daughter have sex on TV. Fathers are usually upset when they hear about their daughters losing their virginity. So I don’t think he wants to see it blasted across the world. This is something I wanted to do; it’s a goal that I had. I think he’ll be proud that I accomplished one of my goals. So if I’m happy, I’m sure that he’ll be happy, too.
BV: How long have you wanted to do this?
MF: Since I was in high school. It’s been a little secret of mine.
BV: Do you think Brian Pumper will have a rap career now that he has a video out?
MF: No, I don’t think his music appeals to the mainstream.
BV: When are we going to see you and him in action?
MF: Me and Brian are no longer in contact.
BV: Do you think he’s exploiting you?
MF: Yes, I feel taken advantage by Brian Pumper. I don’t really want to go into details about the situation. Jeremy [Greene, an aspiring porn actor], he feels for me, he knows how I feel about it. He has talked to Brian, and they have dealt with each other, because I don’t even want to deal with him anymore. I’m not in contact with Brian Pumper, and I’m just trying to get rid of the situation.
BV: What do you think of people’s feedback saying that you’re tarnishing your father’s name?
MF: I mean, people are going to say what they’re going to say. It hurts that people are thinking that I’m doing this to shame my father. That is not true. He’s an actor. When he was playing Ike Turner, he was beating a woman, I didn’t feel bad about it because he was acting. Porn is something that I wanted to do; acting is something that he wanted to do. So it’s not to shame him; it’s something on my own. I feel like they should want to encourage me and support me and be happy because it’s not degrading to me. If it was leaked how all these other peoples are, I would feel ashamed about it. But I’m not. It’s something that I’m proud of. I’m proud of my body, and I’m proud of my work and the performance that I gave. So all the people sending out negatives should find a different way to look at it and be happy for me.
BV: Are there more Vivid projects in the works?
MF: Yes, I’ve been talking to them about releasing a second movie. If and when I release my second movie for Vivid, I want it to be totally different. It’s still going to be Montana Fishburne, but you’ll see a new concept.
BV: What encouraging words would you give women that have to resort to prostitution and sex?
MF: I mean, I would never want to encourage anyone to resort to prostitution and drugs. But I feel if there’s young women out there who are free-spirited like me and enjoy their body and are not ashamed — and have dreams that people look down on — don’t be afraid of them. And just pursue your dreams even if people have their ideas about it. And be true to yourself.
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