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"I'm Not A One-Dimensional Woman": Jill Scott Discusses Her Viral "Air Sex" Video With Joe Budden

"I'm Not A One-Dimensional Woman": Jill Scott Discusses Her Viral "Air Sex" Video With Joe Budden

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Jilly from Philly has spoken on her viral video.

On the latest episode of The Joe Budden Podcast, Jill Scott called up the podcast to talk about a viral video that shows her simulating a sexual act during a live performance.

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Joe Budden first introduces Scott with “Holy shit it’s the queen,” before asking her about the video. Scott says that the clip came from a performance she did in Nashville and that although it’s a recurring act in her live shows “It’s for different purposes each time.”

“That time was about the things you want to do but you have to save them for the right person. Not everyone can get your A game, you know?” She says.

From there, Budden asks Scott if she’s single (which she responds to with a laugh); she also speaks on how her shows aren’t solely sexual.

“It’s going to be a lot of feels, every show. This is what I do,” she says. “I tell stories, I sing songs, I play music that invigorates, it sometimes stills people, sometimes I see them crying. Its a range of emotions, you just have to be there.”

When Budden says that some people think that she shouldn’t be simulating a sex act during her performances she elaborates further on it.

“If it’s for a point then I’ll do it…I’m not a one-dimensional woman,” she replies, before concluding her response and her conversation on the matter with “There’s always a good time to put head into a show.”

Even before speaking to Budden about the video, Scott offered a response on her Twitter about it, writing: “Hi. I sing/act out all kinds of stories. You should cum to my shows. After a Jill Scott show, most people get splendidly laid by whoever they came with…They also usually go on 2happier, more productive, focused, wealthy lives.”

Listen to Scott and Budden chop it up around the 87-minute mark.



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