RKPRadio Interviews Mama Jones. Talks Public Misconception, Charity Work, New Moscato Wine Release, & More


A few weeks back, Rain and I had the pleasure of interviewing VH1 reality star Nancy ‘Mama’ Jones.  Ms. Jones went from ‘reality star’ to ‘business woman’ in just a few years after her television debut.  The self-made ‘mompreneur’ has a successful t-shirt and liquor line entitled ‘Psychotic’, ‘Pumkash’ perfume line,  a successful daycare center and ‘condom’ line.

But that’s not all! Jones is also a graduate of New York’s Fashion Institute Of Technology. Her passion for fashion lead her to start her very own clothing line ‘Nostic’.  After losing her mother to cancer, Jones got involved in charity work; partnering with non-profit charity organizations to help inspire and educate women, and launching new business projects.

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Mama Jones also weighed her thoughts on our ‘Chat Bout’ topic regarding the “Do’s & Don’t’s & Pet Peeves  Of Intimacy” and she also dished on her love life and why she decided to get into the ‘latex condoms’ business.

Listen to the full interview below and find out what’s Mama Jones number one bedroom pet peeve.

 On The Public’s Perception Of Her :

” I think ALOT of people mistaken me to be that mean, ruff person. You know, I do have my sides where if I feel something is not right I can be a bit ruff, but majority of the time I’m ALOT of fun. My family and friends can tell you that. At my house we have water fights, fist fights, and it’s all in the name of fun. I also like to create businesses. So I’m always creating . I am good person who loves to do service.

On Opening Up Day Care Center for Inner City Children:

” I’m a kids lover, my grand kids attend the day care. That’s why I initially started the day care . I didn’t want them to go to other people. Many of these people say they take care of kids but they do not.  I advocate to neighborhoods, and love kids, and I love to make sure they learn to  love. There’s no all day playing! We have to sit down and get to our lessons done  and writing. “

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