Gucci explains how eating grits will make a woman’s ass fatter and make a guy’s d*ck bigger (like his). We discuss real asses vs fake asses, and what word white people should use during karaoke instead of the “n” word.
Gucci tries to figure out how he’s going to get out of NYC without his license. He’s never had a passport because he’s been on probation for 13 years. But watch out, next year he’ll be off probation for the first time since he was 17. He runs through his charges:
Drug charge, murder charge, pistol charge, assault charge, pimping and pandering…
He says he has 3 albums done already, 30 songs deep, and has already spent $4 or 5 million since he came home buying Ferraris, million dollar chains and watches, and houses in Miami
Gucci claims he never tried to holler at Nicki Minaj because of the way she approached him.
“You can’t f*ck up no money trying to get no p*ssy…I’ll take money over p*ssy any day.”
Gucci talks about his college scholarship and how he caught a dope charge in college, the cops caught him and beat his ass. Now he has his own label and he’s his own boss. He gives the qualities he looks for in a woman he wants to marry.
Then I asked Gucci if he feels like people are trying to test him now because they know he’s on probation and can’t mess up:
“I would never let nobody push me to do nothing stupid. Every time I’ve ever gotten in trouble it’s been me. I don’t like to lie to nobody, I won’t lie to no one: girl, my mother, family, people and fans…it’s not realistic for me to say I’m gonna get into it with somebody now. Back in the day when I was coming up I’d be in the club promotin’ and sh*t would happen. Now there’s always people around me. I don’t like just coming like, yeah I’ll do something, I’ll do something. Sh*t I ain’t gonna be able to do it. So really ain’t nothing for me to say so I just gotta fall back. What I’m gonna do, talk some shit that somebody else smacks you for? It be better off for me to just let that sh*t ride or don’t say sh*t… If you rich what the hell you gonna be in the hood just fighting people for. That ain’t real.”
We went over the pending lawsuits from promoters who paid for shows that never happened, and he says he was never aware of those situations and found out about it while he was in prison. Then we talk about Waka Flocka and how trouble always seems to find him.