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Yoncee


Tuesday 4th, August 2015

Yoncee

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Article by Mannie Pendexter

Getting her start almost two years ago as a music video vixen, Yoncee has

continued to blaze her trail with appearances in videos for 2 Chainz’ “No Lie,” Nas’

“The Don,” and her most notable to date due to a steamy bedroom scene, the lead to

Ne-Yo’s video for “Lazy Love.” The model of Puerto Rican and Jamaican roots has

also been featured on numerous websites and has even acquired some magazine

cover action. Even though she has her drop-dead gorgeous physique to thank for her

success, the at times “mean” but always “fun to be around” gyal says that there’s

much more to her than her assets. Read on as Yoncee discusses her career, her

ample derrière, the possibilities of her appearing in a reality show, and more.

Black Men: How did you get your start in modeling?

Yoncee: I got started almost two years ago. There was a friend of mine who was a

promoter. He asked me what I wanted to do, and I said I wanted to model. I started

by doing a video and went from there.

Was video modeling what you aimed for or were you thinking of some other type

of modeling?

I don’t really know—maybe both. [Laughs].

What were some of your favorite projects that you’ve worked on since you

started?

That would have to be the 2 Chainz and Drake video; the Ne-Yo video; my first shoot

with Black Men and working with Smooth on my first cover.

There was a rumor going around last summer that you were going to be part of

the latest season of “Love & Hip-Hop.” Was it only a rumor or were you really

going to be a part of it and then it just didn’t happen?

No. That was just a rumor.

Would you be down to be in a reality show?

Maybe. I’m still in the middle. It’s different when you have a child and when your

family is not really behind the urban world and the drama that goes on—so it’s

something that you have to think about.

Reality shows give us an in-depth look at people and their day-to-day lives. What

would be something that you think we would learn about Yoncee if she were on

a reality show?

[Laughs]. That Yoncee’s not just mean. I’m actually funny. I’m fun to be around. I

have issues that I go through just like any other person. It would definitely,

definitely be worth watching.

What’s your ultimate goal in the entertainment biz?

My ultimate goal is to be an actress.

That’s cool. Have you taken any acting classes?

I started, but after I started, I got nervous. But, I’m going to start again.

What kind of acting did you have in mind—film, plays, TV?

I kind of wanted to start by doing plays, and then move on to movies, maybe.

Is there an advantage to having a nice derrèire?

It’s an advantage and it’s a disadvantage at the same time.

How so?

People tend to see more of that than your personality. There’s more to females than

their assets. I feel that when you have a big butt sometimes they tend to concentrate

on that over anything.

Would you rather have a nice face and no butt or vice versa?

I’d rather have both.

What would you do if you woke up one morning and your butt had disappeared?

I don’t… I don’t know. [Laughs]. I would probably be freaked out. I’d probably pass

out.

What are your feelings on butt injections?

There’s nothing wrong with it. You can get it done, and not over do it. I’ve seen girls

that have had it done, and they look really nice—they didn’t over do it. Then, you

have the girls that just go overboard with it, and it looks very disgusting.

Hypothetically speaking—because we know that you don’t need it—would you

consider doing it if you did need it?

If I needed it, yes, but I wouldn’t over do it.

What projects do you have coming up that we should look out for?

I don’t really like to talk about my projects too much, but there are some things in-

store for 2013. Yoncee is not going anywhere.

To stay up-to-date on Yoncee, follow her on Twitter (@iAmYoncee) and

Instagram (@Yoncee).