Just a few days before the new season Mama June: The Road to Redemption Beginning, the title star speaks.
June’s little boyfriend was a hot topic on social media and in the trailer of the season.
But June insisted he was not being used for fame.
Claiming that he pushed and “chased” her, June insisted that she was not a clout-chaser. Or A danger to his peace.
June talks to Shannon Entertainment tonight Before the upcoming season premiere.
“We’ve just started chatting, and I’m starting to chase him,” Jun recalled how things started with Justin Stroud.
“Everyone says he’s a clout chaser,” she admitted. “F-K, I was chasing him!”
According to June, this popular image of a man approaching her in order to survive her relative success is a complete fantasy.
“People don’t understand. When Justin and I first met, I moved in with him, “she claimed.
“We both had separate homes,” Jun details, “but I moved in with him.”
“And no, he’s definitely not a clout chaser,” June insisted.
“She is OK. I do my own thing, “he said.
“But,” Jun confirmed, “we do a lot together.”
June has been a reality television personality for more than a decade, with her daughter having a family name – her nickname, however.
However, he claims that Justin had no idea he was talking to a reality star when they first met.
“He didn’t know who I was going to start with, to be honest,” Jun complained. “She didn’t know.”
June shared that, once Justin stepped forward, he turned down the offer of reality fame.
“And he said [the producers], ‘No, I don’t want to be a part of it. I don’t want to do that, “he said.
“He had a full-time job. He owns the business,” June explained. “He has his own life.”
“So it’s a kind of combination with him,” Jun admits, “but he’s like ‘F-it.'”
He continued: “He was thrown into it, so he said, ‘Let’s go up.'”
June also expressed concern about whether the two men, who are living a quiet life in the recovery from addiction, could safely date each other.
“You just have to be more supportive,” Jun explained.
“Some days, just because some people are going to be clear doesn’t mean that,” he began.
June continued: “It doesn’t become peaches, flowers and rainbows.”
“A lot of people say, ‘Well, the two can’t stay together in recovery,'” Jun admitted.
He commented: “Okay, that’s a lie.”
“We’re going to prove it,” June announced.
“We’re in hell and back,” Jun noted. “We’ve known each other for a year.”
He argued: “Most relationships don’t go through the hurdles we had to overcome last year.”
June added: “They don’t even go through it in the lifetime of their relationship.”
“So,” June argued, “I honestly think it made us stronger.”
She expresses how grateful she is to have someone who “understands” her and her struggles.
The rest of us just have to keep our fingers crossed so that nothing terrible goes wrong.