Change is not an event, it's a process.
The part you don't expect when you start out is all the people who come into your life wanting a piece of you, not caring about your wellbeing. The insane schedule is very difficult. Touring looks very glamourous but it's hard and gruelling - the travelling, the meet-and-greets - it was too crazy.
Christians often want to hide behind the walls of the church, where we are comfortable, but sometimes we have to come out of the box.
I'm at a point in my life where I have something solid now. I'm a peaceful person, and I want to be surrounded by peace no matter what I'm doing.
The best form of flattery is to be admired, imitated or respected. I've always felt proud our fans look up to us or feel we are inspirational.
For me, the bulimia was about stuffing my emotions. So I stopped suppressing my feelings.
We're feminists. We're doing something that only guys are expected to do and doin' it right! At our concerts we'll do one hard-core rap song and then do one where we'll be real sexy.
Our attitude is that we want to cross over. You can't go on making records just for your own hometown.
But one thing that's constant is we've always appreciated fans. They put us on the map and they keep us on the map. I always put myself in their position. If I loved someone and had their posters all over my wall and met them and they were rude it would be very hurtful.
I got to that desperate place where nobody could help me but God.
There are different kinds of people in the world.
They keep telling me that my flow's up to date, you know. I guess they thought I was gonna come back sounding... old.
Rap is hardcore street music but there are women out there who can hang with the best male rappers. What holds us back is that girls tend to rap in these high, squeaky voices. It's irritating. You've gotta rap from the diaphragm.
For the moment, I'm concentrating on my own stuff.
I don't like the fact that there are so few women in rap.
I don't want to give the illusion that one day God came down and I was healed.
I'm not really into the fashion thing.
I'm really open to doing music. We just have to figure out what kind of music it's going to be - something where I don't feel compromised.
'None of Your Business.' It's the only Salt-N-Pepa song that I regret.
People have this impression that I'm this crazy Christian, but I'm really balanced.