I don’t know if it’s so much emphasis like that like you owe me anything. I don’t give a f-what you did in your life or how hard you worked for something. You could be a homeless person, everyone should be respected the same. That’s not what I’m saying at all.
For a long time you are going to be paying your dues. It’s about respect. You respect a person. You respect a man as a man and you respect a woman as a woman. Period. I don’t give a f- what you’ve done in your life—it’s about respect and you have to give it to get it.
First of all I was doing an interview and I heard something that I didn’t like. I don’t have a problem with no body. The word “beef” we not goin do that [be]cause n- die when n- beef. My n— always say ‘you are better off fighting AIDS or Cancer before you beef with me and my n—‘ and that’s just what it is. I be playing it cool with n— but when you tell someone something to try and take away from my money and that’s [how] I feed my family then it becomes personal. Like don’t call the radio station and tell nobody ‘please don’t let him do an inteview because blah blah’. I would never do that to the next man because this how we feed our family. I don’t be on no petty s— like that man but if that’s what you really want then you need to come see me and make sure I don’t get in that mutha—
That’s n— said it, I don’t got to say no names you know what this here.
Listen to the full interview below.
[Philly’s Morning Show with Shamara and Laiya]