SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT: Deelishis SPEAKS OUT About "AGGRESSIVE ARGUMENT" With Ex...Is She Protecting ABUSIVE Ex Husband?
Former reality TV star Deelishis stopped by Hot 107.5 in Detroit to talk about the "aggressive argument" that happened between she and her ex-husband, if she was attacked by strippers and that "leaping out the window" nonsense. Listen to the interview inside....
Reality TV vixen Deelishis has been all over social media recently as rumors about her being attacked by her ex-husband, Orlando Gordon, jumped by a pack of wild strippers and leaping out of a window have been repeated over and over. She stopped by Detroit's Hot 107.5 recently to clear up the rumors and also call folks out for making fun of her and those serious issues....if they had "actually" happened.
Deelishis had a very warm rapport with Big Greg (the host) and it was pretty clear that she wasn't going to go into details. So what did she reveal? She said for LEGAL purposes, she would only talk about what DID NOT happen. Here are the highlights:
On if she was/is a victim of domestic violence at the hands of her ex-husband:
When asked directly if she was a victim of domestic violence, she said "No." She said she could not go into detail about what happened, but she did describe the confrontation between herself and her ex-husband as an "aggressive argument." She went on to add that her ex-husband is a wild man from Detroit who does not want to see her with anyone else. BUT, according to Dee, he did not jump on her.
On if she jumped out of a second story window to escape her ex-husband.
She DID NOT jump out of a window.
On how she sustained her injuries:
She said she "fell" and had an accident while in her "cute" shoes. The fall did occur in the presence of her ex-husband but she made it clear that she DOES NOT owe the audience a full story about what happened. Even as an entertainer, she said what's going on AND what happened between she and her ex-husband is THEIR business. She said she shares a lot on Twitter and Instagram with fans, BUT she also has the right to keep certain things private.
On folks making light of the incident:
“When something happens to a White artist–whether it’s a vixen, an actor, a singer, a dancer–they rally around even the craziest of entertainers. When something happens to a Black singer, rapper, dancer, vixen, model, it’s like you take it as a joke. What if this really happened? Is that funny? Is that something that you joke about?”
On being a survivor:
When she posted that she was a survivor, she said it was her way of telling fans that she has come though a few situations (e.g. a rough marriage, public ridicule, lies & rumors) and she's still standing. She said she is not a domestic violence victim, but she was victimized by this incident.
On if she got beat up by a pack of strippers in Detroit?
"No. That didn't happen"
On comedian Michael Blackson and how he responded to the incident:
Deelishis said that Michael is a comedian and the fact that he can make light of the incident means he WAS NOT harmed. She said, if he was harmed, he would be pressing charges. She added that she was embarrassed that he was around her when she had a domestic situation and she commended him for not pressing charges.
She added that of all the things that have been said about her over the years, this situation hurt her the most. She said she found it hurtful that gossips would take the incident and use it to ridicule and humiliate her.
She closed by repeating that she was not a victim of domestic violence and she was disappointed that her "fans" turned the incident into a joking matter. As she began calling out certain folks like Rickey Smiley and TMZ.
Before she left the interview, she talked about the good things going on for her like an upcoming comedy "Call Me Montana" with comedian Michael Blackson and she's working on a new stage play with Kamal Smith called "The Ultimatum."
Watch the interview here:
With all things said, this still seems like a good Made-For-Ratchet-TV-movie....