Christ Bearer of the group Northstar has spoken about last year's incident for the first time
Andre Johnson, otherwise known as Christ Bearer, is a member of the hip hop group Northstar. In April 2014, it was reported that he cut off his penis before jumping from a second floor balcony in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California.
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Speaking to Vlad TV, Johnson said he aimed to clear up the “media misconception of the truth” over the incident.
In the video interview, the rapper states that he was “high as a motherfucking kite” from hard drugs such as Methamphetamine and PCP.
“A lot of rappers take PCP, but I had a lot of things going on in my life,” he said. “I wasn’t allowed to see my family… I couldn’t see my daughters, I have three daughters and I just got a restraining order put against me.”
“I was trying to use the phone to get in touch with my baby mommas and [the other people in the house] were like ‘We’ll give it to you in a minute’ and I just kinda had a breakdown,” he added.
Johnson reveals that his motives behind the action was to give himself a vasectomy: “I thought ‘Fuck these bitches, they always on my dick. These groupie ass bitches. Then they had my babies and gone off and asking for child support and I don’t get to see them’.”
“Don’t believe everything you read, but I did cut my penis off. I fucked up in a lot of ways. But in the same year that I cut my penis off, I probably got more pussy than you.”
Despite his regret over his actions, Johnson claimed that he’s “proud” in a way. “I’m proud of what I did because in the annals of history, nobody’s ever done what I did… I may have made the biggest mistake in history, but I’m proud of that.”
“It’s not all bad, but it is more bad than good… They offered me a porn movie.”
Watch the video interview in full below.
The rapper is affiliated with Wu-Tang Clan, with his group discovered by RZA in 1998. In 2004, Northstar released ‘Bobby Digital Presents Northstar’, which was produced by RZA under an alias.
However, following the incident, the hip-hop group denied any affiliation with Johnson. A statement on their official website read: “Parental Advisory: Don’t Believe The HYPE. This Mother Fucker Ain’t Got Shit to do with The WUTANG Brand.”