Well, she tries to explain it, at least.
According to Lil' Mama:
”I don’t think it was as serious as everyone was trying to make it out to be…. When I was sitting in the stands I was very excited and I felt the connection, being from New York, being in Hip Hop… Alicia Keys being from Harlem and Jay Z being from Brooklyn and I was just so emotional.
I was really feeling it….I felt like I was being embraced at the time, Jay-Z was bouncing back and I’m feeling like this whole moment is happening but I’m not planning it to be a moment, it just happened.
I’m a dancer, and I definitely felt it. I wasn’t there to ruin the performance, I wasn’t there to bring anyone down or anything down. In that moment I kind of felt it coming so I just went with the flow.”
And has the lil' diva reached out to Jay-Z and Alicia to apologize?
Says the rude bitch:
“No, I haven’t, I have tried, I got management to reach out. I would like to speak to Jay-Z one-on-one, just to see how he felt. I would just love to apologize…It was never my intent to be disrespectful to anyone. I’ve always been a respectful young woman in this industry, people know me for that.
You can tell [Alicia] that I apologize and I definitely plan to work with both of them in the future and I hope this didn’t rock the boat.”
Bitch please, once you cross Jay-Z you're out of the game!
Check out the LOLz as Lil' Mama tries to downplay crashing the stage during Jay-Z and Alicia's performance.
To watch the entire interview, check it out on Tyra, airing today.