Jill Scott: On Her Body, Love, And How She Likes It In The Bedroom
Singer, spoken-word poet, writer, actress — is all wrapped up into the beautiful woman known as Jill Scott. Her creativity in poetry and music has earned the multi-talented Scott three Grammy Awards and counting. Now, 44 years young and a mother of growing toddler, Jilly from Philly reveals what’s really on her heart.
On Weight Loss
“I eat healthfully and work out, and balance it with rest. I’m grateful all of this [fame and success] started when I was fully an adult. The first 2 years I went like a crazy person, from this country to the next. And I had pneumonia four times in a year. I learned early on that maintenance is super-valuable in this business. I ride my bike for 8 to 10 miles pretty much every day. Sometimes I’ve ridden for 20 miles and I don’t know it until I have rubber bands for legs, particularly when something heavy is on my mind.”
“But sometimes I get up and do it and other times, I don’t. But I forgive myself. If all you’re worried about is the size of my jeans, then I’m probably not for you.”
I like to coerce. I like to be seductive. I’m old school. I like the old style of seduction. There’s more to being a woman and a lady that bending over and showing how your butt moves. I like eye contact and I like to be a little bit more seductive.
On ‘Who Is Jill Scott’?
“To be so definitive about who you are is always a challenge because I don’t know what tomorrow will bring that could change me forever. Today, I am a person that enjoys putting my hands in the dirt and growing my food. I am a person who still takes long walks. I’m a voyeur. I like to watch people live, laugh and have conversations. I’m an “ear-hustler.” I like to read. It’s imperative that I get rest, I’ve learned. I’m a romantic. My child comes before everything. I have a whole new reason to exist and it’s better than anything I’ve ever done. I’m on a mission, that I do know.”
On Being A Woman
“One of the biggest aspects of being a woman, being an adult, thoroughly and authentically, is holding yourself accountable. I’m looking at what’s been done but also what part I had to play in my own joy or demise”
“I allow my feelings to be hurt. A girl blames the guy for breaking her heart. A woman looks at her own decision…