A bombshell audio interview with Jodi Arias is released after her friend shared details of a phone call he had with the convicted murderess.
Rapper Kareem “Lefty” Williams spoke to Arias in a 15-minute phone call on January 10, 2016 — the maximum amount of time prisoners at the facility are allowed to talk on the phone.
The Jodi Arias audio was published on Radar Online.
Arias is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole at Perryville Women’s Prison in Goodyear, Arizona. She was convicted in 2013 for the 2008 murder of her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander.
Williams produced a video about Arias to bring awareness to PTSD and domestic violence. In their call, he tells his friend that they’re probably the most hated people in the country right now. Arias jokes that if being hated is as good as it is for her, people can “keep hating.”
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In one portion of the bombshell audio, Jodi Arias laughed when she talked about the chicken fajitas she had for dinner that evening.
“We had chicken fajitas here tonight. Really good,” she says. “A big old pile of caramelized onions, some bell peppers, like, all the works.”
Arias added that on the weekends inmates get hot dinners and during the week it’s sandwiches. She said the meals can be compared to hospital food; it’s not bad, but it’s not great, either.
Williams told Jodi that he’s getting a lot of flack for producing the PTSD and domestic violence video, which features her image in it.
“Oh yeah, haters are gonna hate,” Arias is heard telling the rapper. “It’s all good. If this is what it is like to be hated, then keep hating! I’ve had so much love coming in my direction I can’t even respond to it now.”
Arias tells Kareem Williams that he should be “flattered” because it doesn’t matter “how bad it is.” She tells him that people who take the time to bother with their negativity over him have “no life or they’re really in love” with him.
Jodi Arias says in the recorded phone call that she has access to several TV stations at the prison. The stations include Univision, CBS, PBS, FOX, BET, CNN, TNT, USA, Lifetime, and A&E.
Arias shares in the phone call that she also listens to a variety of Phoenix radio stations; most of them are FM stations. She’s unable to tune into AM signals.
The convicted killer says in the call that she hopes to get “contact visits” instead of telephone visits through a glass wall next month.
In a previous article posted on the website, Williams told Radar that he’s been at the prison two or three times to talk with Arias through a glass wall. He claimed that she lives like a “dog in a cage”… wearing shackles everywhere she goes and is accompanied by guards.
When it comes to all of the support behind Jodi Arias, Williams declares that she gets up to 60 to 70 letters a day.
The bombshell audio recording of Jodi Arias was a behind-the-scenes look at where the criminal’s mindset is as she serves her time.