Terius “The Dream” Nash has a lot to say when it comes to his wife Christina Milian and their three-month-old daughter Violet Nash. In a recent interview with Parlour magazine, the music producer talks about about his marriage, being on diaper duty or lack thereof and much more!
On rumors about his marriage: “The rumors are not true and it really boils my blood. Christina and I are cool. People keep asking, ‘Why haven’t we seen you guys out together?’ I’m working, that’s why you haven’t seen us. She’s at work too in Los Angeles. The women in the pictures are actually legitimate friends of mine. The photo with me in the car and another woman… she’s a good friend who’s at my house all the time. It’s sad, because [the blogs] have humiliated her. She feels bad, I feel bad and you don’t know what that [judgement] does to that person. Who takes responsibility for that? I understand freedom of speech but if I made my living spreading rumors about people, my family wouldn’t claim me.”
On Violet: “Violet is great, I just saw her last night. She’s three months and one week old with a definite personality. I think she’s going to be a sassy talker. Right now, she’s just long, fat and looks like me. I know Christina hates it because she’s looking at the baby like ‘Where am I? I did all the work for nine months!’”
On whether or not he helps Christina out with the baby: “I don’t because my “helping out” turns into expectations. I’ll get Violet on a late night maybe one or two times, but after that, no. If Christina’s tired, call the nanny, call Violet’s granny. We got people.”
On whether or not Violet has met Navy, the Dream’s daughter from a previous relationship with singer Nivea: “Navy, who’s five years old, hasn’t seen Violet yet because Christina’s been working in Los Angeles but that’ll change for the BET awards later this month. I may bring Navy to Los Angeles with me. She’s also full of personality, right now she’s all about herself.”
On the meaning of Navy and Violet’s names: “I was trying to think of the personality of the person. I chose Navy because it’s a strong color but it’s understated and classy to me, and that’s why I gave her that name. With Violet, her name just happened to be a color later.”