After Kurupt was spotted leaving the home of Donald Sterling's mistress V. Stiviano back in April, many wondered what the nature of their relationship was but the details about were scarce. During his recent sit down with Vlad TV, Kurupt Gotti described Stiviano as his homegirl and that he was seen leaving her house because he went to go check on her during the Sterling controversy.
"I ain't know what was going on somebody called me and told me V was in trouble," said the west coast spitter. "I had to go check on her. I'd do that with any of my friends."
The Dogg Pound rep then gave his take on the Donald Sterling debacle that involved his friend Stiviano and surprisingly stood up for Sterling, saying he does not agree with him being forced to sell the Los Angeles Clippers.
"I don't have a problem with this guy," he said. "He's a great guy. He's a good man. They took a good man down."
He went on to imply that it should have already been common knowledge that the 80-year-old was a racist.
"What the the f--k did everybody [think] he was before they heard it?"
Sterling was banned from the NBA after Stiviano released audio of him telling her not to associate with African Americans.
"Well then, if you don't feel—don't come to my games. Don't bring black people, and don't come," Sterling told her.
Watch the video below.