Nick Cannon on Kanye, Kim Kardashian, Azealia Banks, R Kelly (Full Interview)May 05, 2020
They work for you, yes, and they are all afraid of being fired. That doesn't exactly mean you're in an unemployment line the next day and it's sad because you can't, you have to have real cats around you, yeah I think Chris Brown suffered from that for a while, yeah he and I have had that conversation Oh, really, yes. 100 because I was like I remember the 15 year old kid that I met, you know what I mean, that he was just happy that he could get a record deal, yeah, you know what I mean and that kid is still there, but when you surround yourself with cats who don't really care about you, but they like the lifestyle, they like the money, they like the girls and to keep all that going they have to say: yeah, yeah, I'm swinging with you , that's what that's what real partners are, you know what I mean? and it's like and then they like to try to steer you away from the people who really care about you.
That was always saying like the saying uh, like fake friends always want to warn. You talk about fake friends, you know, I mean, I think probably one of the most powerful examples of that was, if you watch the Bob Marley documentary, yeah, remember, and it was Chris Blackwell, the owner of Island Wrestling, remember he talked about how well, first of all, Bob Marley was diagnosed with cancer right in his toe, yes the doctor said he needed to cut his toe off, yes, but he didn't want to do it because it would affect his dancing. He found another doctor who said he just cut part of it right and then never went for a follow up check up, yes Chris Blackwell said he didn't have good people around him, yes he did and because no one wanted to tell him to go back to the hospital. right, eventually the cancer spread and he died, yeah, and he's like a truck man and I'm like that, I can't even deal with it.
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You know what I mean, I'm one of those people, especially when it comes to spirituality and the medical field. and I have some alternative thoughts, so I understand being in a position of power being able to do whatever you want and not listen to anyone, but when you have to suffer those consequences that come with that, yeah, my own health, like me. I made some stupid mistakes with my own health thinking I'm not going to take those pills. No, I don't have what the doctors say I have, but I have to go to sleep with it every night.
I have to wake up in pain. and sometimes your spirit can overcome a lot of that but sometimes it doesn't and you have to test your faith daily, you know what I mean, I've lost a lot of people that would say no man I'm not going to do chemo. or not, I'm not going to live my life this way and it works to a certain extent and when it comes to your health it's something you can't play with and I believe that the body is a self-healing mechanism and it's a spiritual portal, so that doctors don't know everything that you know, I mean, these are just educated guesses that are backed by financial institutions, but well, I mean, but getting FDA approval means you have to replicate the process multiple times from from animals even humans and everything else like that, you know, they have placebos and the placebo factor is real and we know that the human body can do things that are unimaginable, and if you trust that, you know that you could be that case. prevail, yeah, but you know, like I said, I can't go too deep into this because as much as I want to give advice to all these people, even when I talked to Chris Brown, I was like, man, I get it.
I understand that I bleed for you like you like my man and I understand that I don't even have the kind of pressure that you have, but I understand where you're coming from, that this is a young boy who just wanted to be an artist's man wanted to be. loving because you know, 19 or whatever, sometimes he made some dumb mistakes you know, dumb like the stupid things kids do, but again, because you're doing it in the public eye, it's up for auction. for debate is ready for and then to protect yourself you put in people who have the same opinion as you or even people who are a little bit dirtier than you, so you like, look, I'm not like these guys and these guys.
Say I'm fine, you know what I mean, these guys say I'm doing fine, what did Chris say when you brought that too? He understands, I mean, Chris is super smart, like when I say next level smart, but he understands you too. I know he has demons, but everyone has demons. He understands that he has a lot of talent. He understands and he is one of those people that many of us can say: I'm going to get through this. The world is against me and I'm going to do it. show them I'm going to win and how can you hit that you know what I mean, how can you hit someone like that it's like I win regardless I can't win the way you think I'm going to win I can't do the things you want me to. do but it's my life I'm rich I'm powerful I'm amazing how who are you to tell me that I should live my life a certain way but you're going to win like you're going to win like as long as you keep putting out hit records until the point where things start to go downhill like an r
kellytype situation where you end up in a motel because you've sold out of your publishing and yeah, but your concerts chris brown is way smarter than our
kellyokay i don't know, i don't know either, i know them both, okay, and that's not a knock to say our Kelly's not smart, Kelly's special or Kelly's a genius there or Kelly can't read, yeah, but that's what I'm saying we're just going to leave and he He admitted it, yeah, like in that song about admitting I'll die, but I've been in the studio with both of them and what are they?
Kevin you did it, yeah Kelly produced like half of my first album okay but what Kelly can do in a studio is cool like I've seen my man maneuver and make a hit record in under 15 minutes , but that's the way it is social. the skills are poor, yeah, it's like we see that, I get it, I see why that guy is attracted to a younger girl because he's, they, totally, yeah, they're on the same level, oh, like no was sophisticated, I have never done it. I've never really seen him as a grown woman, except once you get over the fact that this man is a great singer and performer, what would your conversation with someone who is illiterate be about, you know what I mean, or someone who doesn't like a sophisticated woman, she'll be like: I appreciate your talent, I love your music, I'm a fan, but we don't intellectually stimulate each other, so he'll approach someone who's on his level and who doesn't.
Do it. It doesn't necessarily always mean that you have to be 15 because, but 15-year-olds usually know how to read, yeah, and that's what it says can't read, but obviously can't take a minute. I've seen him order at McDonald's. It's not that he's not on that level, he picks on young girls because intellectually they're on the same level, yeah I never thought of it like that, I just thought physically he's gone, even when you think about the chase you know what I mean. It's probably a lot easier to convince, you meet some young girls to come hang out and I'll go buy you a Gucci bag and you can be backstage and hey, then a grown woman like me will have to be at work tomorrow like if i had this like it's not and that's what i mean by being around it that's how i saw it and i didn't hit it because it's just like i said even with chris chris it's like chris was very aware of what's going on and even like when people, because I even talked about this one time when we were here, we were talking about the reason why artists like to start trying to gang bang and like Chris and I had had that conversation because we actually even made a movie that she bought. and we're about, you know, the Bloods, Englewood, gangbanging and stuff, so while Chris and I are developing these characters, we're talking about that and he opened my eyes to some wild things.
He was like man, look, he's like these guys. They are leaders in their community and if I were to invest in my community, like if I invested in a charity, I don't know where that money goes, but if I invest in these communities, these guys who hold me down support me and they don't judge me because We're all questionable members of society and they're really helping their community, they're really feeding their families, that's what I want, who I want to invest with, I want to and Chris is investing in schools. and community centers and it's through the streets, not through these nonprofits where you don't know where the money goes and I was like damn, I thought we had to put that in the movie like it was because it was Real when you think about people who always talk about giving back, but how do you give back?
I want to give it back to the cats that run the community, yeah, no, I
interviewed you recently, yeah, that's my God, I love it the same way. someone who is doing good for his community, actually, you know, in our
interviewwe talked about it. I feel like it's 2018 with this with the profits and the murders and all that in Los Angeles that I'm getting there, you know what I mean if we can get it down to where, because if it's the lowest it's since 1966 and Crippen started in 1969, so put it on big u and I believe it and it's a testament to people like big you and you know the guys that everyone I know do it I mean I got my guys in Chicago that do the same thing that my guys like and that's just a respect, it's a code and the fact that when you think about how gangs were actually introduced. our communities was to protect ourselves it was to protect our communities and everything and then we went back to the mafia and the unions like unions are created to protect the individual, yes, protect the workers, yes, and the reason why The mafia and the union are so hand in hand it's because at the end of the day you have to protect people from the protectors and when you think about all the problems we have with law enforcement and our justice system, there has to be something alternative where we are like me, we are not going to let you rule us, we are not going to let you treat us like slaves and sheep, we will stand up and stand firm in what we believe in and that is it. way back to the gangs and all that stuff talking about slaves like someone who has an afro, yeah, and a black fist, you always know, afro, putting his hair up with a kaeper
nick, you know journalism number seven when you heard Kanye say that Slavery was a choice, ah.
Man, there are some things and you know it, yeah, do you know each other? Yeah, well, yeah, we, I mean, in the past, I always tell people that I'm almost 100 sure that I'm the person who introduced it. to kim
kardashianlike it was documented you introduced
kanyetogether, I think so because I remember, I remember the conversations between all of us, but wait, can you explain this introduction here? There are photos online. There was a night, uh, when you met me. kim was kicking or whatever and he met kim in paris hilton went to a club in new york and he was hanging out with a lil kim was there and
kanyecame to my table and I was like me my girl came like that he's like oh, like that was me, me and you have been working doing some things uh and we just went out that night, so I think probably because that was early, it was like 2005 2006 and then on my 26th birthday, Kim set me up a party.
I used to have a clothing store in Melrose uh Pnb Nation and I had this whole two-story store and she threw me a birthday party in the store and she was like, “Oh yeah, your friend Kanye was like I was asking ". Me, all the people that she wanted to be there and she invited him and all that stuff that she went through. I thought they had never met before that other night and then I made sure she had all the people. to get in, you know, for the party she threw and all that, so I thought I'd have to say that I'm probably the person who introduced Kevin.
Well, here you are as a black man in America, the right man listening to another black man. The man says yes, slavery must have been a choice so they did it and gave me 100 years. I have to say this because what point was I going to make to someone who knew that he knew, yeah, before there was a celebrity? I mean, he was slandering beats. in the two way mode, I remember like in the little time ports, he used to make the little beats and he had, like I remember, he just had beat CDs of like 20 30 Kanye beats like he was always trying. to get his beats out straight hustler he was never a good communicator never yeah it's always frustrating not knowing how to get his point across i met kanye before he had his first hit record i was in the studio with common law i mean there's a photo of us like the three of us together and the exact same kanye that you see today was that kanye there exactly yeah and it's almost like a wise guy thing and I compare it to when we're talking to our Kelly where there's a genius going on creatively, but that it doesn't transfer to intelligence, yeah, you know what I mean, because part of intelligence is being able to communicate well and he just isn't, he would resist, he was an introverted extrovert, likeI remember, and explained. himself once because we used to hang out and he was almost like the kid who was bullied so much in class and he was like the one who was picked on that he finally got fed up and said: I'm going to say and do whatever.
I want to do just acting and since his accident, he had this new lease on life that like I don't care, I'll be me, I'll say what I want, I'll do what I want, I'm on borrowed time and he's been that Kanye ever since. That accident and I and I witnessed it and it was like, like someone, I saluted him like you do when you see the underdog become the best, that's why he gained this huge fan base because he was the underdog now, he. You'll never be the underdog again, but to keep acting like you're the underdog, that's where you have problems, so when he comes up with all these alternative thoughts with a lot of things, it's not totally out of line, it's just not knows how to do it. communicates well what he was trying to say and then we all know what he was trying to say, that's what really bothers me with the media, where we know that Kanye wasn't trying to please that he wasn't into something for the slavery. and as if we didn't care, what I was trying to say is in itself that there is a lot more to black people than just slavery, like that, okay, I've said it many times and I said the reason why I hate movies about slaves and I hate textbooks and because we were brainwashed with these things to constantly remind us stay at home, you used to be a slave and you can quickly go back there, the police do it daily as if that were lynching, The purpose of the lynching was to remind you stay in your place, I can control you, you see your cousin hanging on that tree, same with all these while they put all these police beatings on Facebook, the reason it's so easy to see a black man die in your car, stay. in your place and that's what Kanye was saying I don't have that mentality I'm much more than what you think of me I'm a god people get angry he's saying things that are objective he just doesn't know how to communicate them like that and the media knows that they like to blow it up on tmz like that, that was disgusting you know what I mean, like they knew I was going to know he was going to get up there and say something wild to me.
I was more baffled by liposuction than I was by slavery. How were you talking about the fact that he believes society forced him to have liposuction? So I think it's like, "I need to call my brother." She made me want to reach out to Kanye, she called him. She didn't know what I meant. I talked to the people around him, he is fine, and even they are conflicted because he has some real cats around him. He has some guys who really love him. and even i really believe that kim and all of them there is so much true love there but there is so much confusion there is so much money there is so much distrust and there is so much ego involved that you can't get to the heart of the matter and kanye will tell yourself that he has the most ego great in the world and it is because that ego is there to protect his insecurities and one of his insecurities is not being able to communicate well, simple is that yes, I mean listen, I interviewed him uh dl hughley, right, great communicator, great.
Communicator phenomena. I had to go back after the fact and look up some of the words he was saying in the interview as if he didn't know what they meant. As if he had a college education every day. I wonder what that means. Oh. Okay, now I get it, yeah, phenomenal communicator. I mean, she said Kanye always listens when you make white people write racists. They feel good, they feel good about themselves and they are going to see you forever. I'm serious and I can't say that now. I don't know his philosophies. and his approach to life that I'm not rocking with I appreciate the artist I appreciate the black man but what I feel has really happened and he says it on his records, he doesn't trust anyone around him so everything Kanye is taking care of It's that simple and I know 95 of the people in the entertainment industry have the same reasons why you hate Kanye.
You should hate everyone you're a fan of because to make it in the entertainment industry you have to be selfish and you have to be all about yourself Kanye just took it to another level that's why he is where he is like this this is a cutthroat business this when They talk about selling your soul in the industry that's what they mean they're not talking about a contract with a guy with a pitchfork you know they talk about you they don't care about anything but you and you winning that's selling your soul and that's what Kanye has done because Kanye cares about Khan, he wants the shoe to be called. yeezy and he wants to sell a billion more they get the records he wants to be called Jesus he wants these are overly arrogant narcissistic concepts that every artist has a part in but some of them have this level of narcissism that makes fans and followers adore them , it's Kanye, not the prince, he was exactly the same way, he just didn't have social media, michael jackson was exactly the same, there are statues in Berlin of this, as if the level of mental control that artists and entertainers have over their flock it's divine at times and those egos absorb it so Kanye just talks and says the kind of things I've heard all your favorite artists say and it's like if you had an artist friend who said they put an asterisk next to the next slavery , Yes Yes. yeah yeah because what Kanye was really saying and I'm not justifying the nonsense that he said because he said it in a very unintelligent way, what he was trying to say is that I'm so much more than a slave and as black people they are much more than slaves, okay that's what I was trying to say, I don't think any of your friends said that, they just said they don't know how to communicate, vlad, okay, that's what's okay, it didn't stand out in the debate.
We could agree with this, but that's how it was and I blame the people around him and I blame the media for acting like we don't know that we're not smart enough to
fully understand what this young man was trying to say. Did you see the interview I did with Glock9? I saw a little bit of yes, yes, did I send it to you? uh no, um, it was the one with the baby and the dart that you know, yeah, I like kids about the things we do. I talked a little bit about the last time I was here no, no, this happened after that when he was saying he didn't want his kids to play for you, yeah, so I know if I fought a black bear, we'll have a black eyed baby, so I don't have that already coming black and four, so I can't, well, I mean, this is kind of interesting, you know, I mean if you have a baby that you don't want.
That your baby has the same complexion as you because it is something that happens once in a lifetime. What do you mean it's a dark tone? They have been hell. No, I can't, I can't hide it. That's mind control. I'm embarrassed and I understand why you're embarrassed but I'm really embarrassed this is in and as much as um and I'm not even black yeah so I can only imagine that Willy Lynch's letter was a fabricated piece of art that was inspired by things. that people really think you know, a lot of people thought that Willy Lynch's letter about controlling slaves was a real letter written by but you know it was art but it was the message that it contained was real, yeah, about divide and conquer, yes, control your slaves and yes, and separate the light skin, pit the light skin against the dark skin and that's what you have to understand for the people who were never seen as humans and who were brought here as cargo and used as damn cattle. close and told them that they were raised like animals, raised like animals and told them more or less that they were animals for 500 years, that the mentality is not going to disappear overnight, that is ingrained in our culture and that is why the People always say like people say: I'm too sensitive often oh you want everything to be about race everything is about race because everything has been about race for 500 years the concept of race is stupid and idiotic right? and whoever came up with it is an idiot and like I said, I think Friedrich, the German guy, and how he classified to make one group of people seem more superior than the others and they based it on melanin, the power of which is worth more than gold , but I understand why it was a mind control issue because otherwise there would be no way to classify why one race is greater than the other, then and now in American society specifically we have been taught that darkness is bad for everyone aspects, while black gummies that taste like black are just not good. specifically in America it is dangerous the black knight black monday black like everything associated with darkness even the idea of darkness is bad so this has been put in our minds and programmed forever to listen to a young that has so much me.
The hate goes back to the Azilia Banks thing that they don't want to feel the way they feel like they've been programmed to feel like no one has really told them that the darker your skin is the more beautiful you are and there are some societies that That's The truth is, I think that's how it is in Africa. I remember when I interviewed Lord Jamar. You know who is very pro-black? skinned woman right, his kids would be darker and it didn't work out that way his daughter ended up being kind of light skinned like, well, you know he's your complexion, right, he wanted a darker skinned kid on purpose. , true, but you rarely hear that, I think it's changing, I think, unfortunately, unfortunately you rarely hear that, yeah, and I think it's again because there are two ideas and two concepts with this to one, there is that idea of complexion shouldn't matter the idea, there is only one race and that is the human race and that is what we all want when the aliens come, it will be us against them, yes, that's fine, but it is not like that because the complexion we have made the Complexion matters, so even I like that for some reason we have all been programmed that white is correct, that a lighter complexion means more beauty, more success, more power, and so we have been taught to want those things, but there's a concept outside of uh, you know, this colonized European-American idealism that the darker you are the more powerful you are, the more powerful your melanin is and I think it's more unique and it's fun.
I don't tell this to many people, but I remember I actually had a conversation in the past. with kim
kardashianabout this exact topic and you know because at what point after because he wasn't that honest before, but the thing is she was best friends with uh and he was probably still fine with her, I'm sure with paris hilton, yeah , with whom she. she was her personal assistant, her, her stylist, and her best friend, okay, sorry, you know what I mean, but she was the only way people knew who Kim was. She was like, oh, that's Paris Hilton's stylist and she was probably Paris' blonde hair, thin blue eyes. beauty for america and kim, a
fullfigure, you know, dark armenian hair, you know, olive skinned woman and she was like I'm going to change the way people perceive beauty and I was like I heard you, you know what I mean I mean.
I'm fine, I'm sure you're like her, you're not. I'm going to make people think that darker hair is better for full figured women and you know, darker complexion, she did it, she did it, she did it for Kim Kardashian. Everyone wanted to be blonde with blue eyes. maybe big tits no one you know and yeah and big butts were only a thing really among black guys in the black community yeah white white dudes didn't really like big butts like that because women didn't have butts big yeah still kim and Now everyone wants a woman with an ass yeah and it's like wow but seeing one person change the way beauty gives me hope to this day that there will be a queen Strong dark-skinned Nubian who will have so much power. and so much influence that darker-skinned women and darker-skinned people will be the most sought-after people in the United States because that exists, yes, in other countries and other places, but it's because of this, you know, this European mentality that It spread, you know? during the Elizabethan seasons and Constantine and all that, they were the ones who had the most money, the most power, the most weapons, so they took, they wanted everyone to look like them, that's why we think that people with European features are more attractive, well Yes, I mean.
The term blue blood, right, comes from the royal part of society, because people who were pale didn't have to work in the fields, so they never tanned properly, so you could see their veins and it would be blue. It would be blue, yes, so it was considered that being pale they considered you richer if you were pale because you didn't have because you don't have to work, you don't have to be in the sun, right? And you know, that kind of thing. equated aristocracy and everything else like that, but I'll tell you for myself that the aha moment was a book I was reading, I forget which one but it said: go to a bank, of course, and you know, you know, go to a bank. and talk to a man you know, talk to one of the bankers about how to get a big loan or know how to make a big deposit if the banker comes out in an orange suit, would you take him seriously or would a man come out dressed in evening clothes? blue suit to whomyou would take more seriously almost everyone would say the man of darkness but it is just a color true, there is absolutely no difference between orange and blue it is a color but we have been ingrained to say that people in dark blue suits are more serious than people with bright orange suits it's just a color it doesn't matter it's just a true color but it's still such an automatic reaction that you don't want to talk about money with a guy in an orange suit but it's just a color it's just a color there's nothing behind it and yet it's so ingrained it's scary shows how easily people can be programmed and then when you step back you think, well, they don't want us to understand the ultimate power we have, so they give us all these distractions. , from programmers to drivers, yes, that's simple.
Did you hear Nicki Minaj's comments about calling yourself Harriet Tubman? uh I heard, I saw the statement, I think Nikki is another one who knows what she's doing and likes to say to make people angry, um, Harry Tubman, even though he freed thousands of slaves, it's not a smart statement, but it goes back. to this narcissistic mentality of artists who feel like they need to say something important, they need to say something impactful for their fans to listen and she did exactly what she wanted to do, we're sitting here talking about it right now, yeah people you know, play stupid games, stupid wins. awards, I've never heard this before, I play stupid games with stupid products, she was talking about how Spotify was holding her back and she's the Harriet Tubman of rap like release and Nikki is wow, but I salute her, she's her, she's Grace Jones .
Madonna mentality that I'm going to shock everyone with what look what she wears, look what she did to her body to get attention, she looks pretty crazy these days, I'm just going to have to say and it's me and again , sometimes like me. These are my queens, but it's like I can't, I can't judge one because I'm a part of it, I take it, I like it, you know what I mean, like I'm in the strip club and I want to. fatter ass and we are doing it all if we have reached this point in society where we glorify women with fake butts and breasts, will we really get angry at the statements they make?
Do you like fake butts? The way they look, the way they feel, that's what I'm saying, it's like a couch, that's what I'm saying, you know, and especially once you're a man of some power and status, you can find a real yes and then now no It doesn't seem real, that's the thing and if we're going to get into the details, you know, I've studied this. I would prefer a woman who has had a fat transfer, but it's still a little strange, but even then why does she feel. real and it's from their body and it's not now that they put the puncture repair in their ass and it definitely is like that and they all go like they're doing it in someone's basement and all that is just wild, but if this is what makes this woman happy, who am I to judge?
Yeah, I mean, listen, I interviewed um uh Cardi B, yeah, and she got her ass done. I injected myself with ash because you know, so I could get lipo where you know. they put the fat transfer on your butt and your eyes get bigger you know you need to have fat and I didn't have any kind of fat like I was naturally skinny and then I got naked it was an ice suit that I wore I used to have showing up on that pole, you know what I'm saying, so I had six fat six packs with no fat on my body, I had enough fat to put some on my butt, but I was desperate to have a bigger butt and then almost all the girls .
I was going to this lady who was getting the injections and the queens and she's like give me her number and hook me up and it's like I did what I did, yeah I know really close people, several women that I've dated that I have the best ". respect for having plastic surgery, not just what it would be like if you could put silicone on your breast, what's the difference in having something in your ass right, like I know women who have breast implants who judge women with butt implants or like now it's all like you have to uh your lip injections like I never get my lips done but I'll do botox like or like on some level like me all I can say is whatever makes you happy and feels the best.
What do you do, that now may not be my preference, but if that's what makes you the best, in your opinion, I can't give it up now, buddy, my question is: do you know how crazy they look, like they're walking like dolls and they like it, it just seemed crazy? Well, you know, I mean Kim Kardashian, you know she changed the concept of beauty, but she also changed the acceptance of plastic surgery and everything else like that, and that's because I mean, did she have plastic surgery? When were you guys dating? No, we used to talk about it I used to tell her no, okay, so you were dating her before everything, since I think she was never for me, she was always voluptuous, you could, you could look at old pictures, she was phenomenal , How were the people.
That's something different, like for someone you probably thought you didn't know was half-Armenian, whatever, like that white girl that had her ass right, like that's where you went with that, like I don't know what she is, but she. The body is crazy, it has always been like that since she was. You know a young girl and I remember she didn't like her nose and I said, "You're beautiful, you just like it, but this is it, they grew up in Beverly." hills where kids had plastic surgery before their facial features fully developed, yeah, in high school, yeah, you know, okay, so you're dating her supposedly before all her plastic surgery, that's right what I believe, yes, and she was saying, I'm going to get what she talked about wanting things for not being happy with certain things and I was saying no, like it's good to accept your flaws, that's your character, that's what makes you be because I remember it and I don't know, I still don't even know why but I remember his nose like he had a problem because he thought he had more, he called it Armenian nose and I was like, that's cool, like it's you and Like you know today, I mean, it wasn't there, but his nose was. it doesn't look the same either her nose doesn't look the same her breasts don't look the same yes her butt doesn't look the same it's unfortunate because to me that's all about insecurity and not really loving yourself for who you are .
We have insecurities We all have insecurities We go to the gym We like it Where is the line between taking care of yourself and vanity? You know what I mean, I think the problem is, but what ends up happening is I know some girls that I met before they had plastic surgery and they had ugly bodies and I would tell them don't do it, don't do it. and I would tell them that you are going to make it and you are not going to be happy with it. First of all, you're going to get on a train that you can't get off, I can't get off and sure enough, well, I just want them to do my stomach, uh, they do it, it doesn't look good, it looks a little bit.
Ripply, let's see, I'm going to have another surgery and the next thing you know they get used to it and they're addicted, they get into this, it's sad because I've been in that scenario too and you see, oh man, it's actually almost like if they were trying to keep up like father Tom was undefeated so a lot of these women are happy with the way they looked when they were 25, but now they're 30 35 40 and they want to. to continue seeing what they looked like when they were 20 years old. I mean, how old is Kim? Wait she's about 37 30 37 yeah you guessed it right yeah she's 37 and look now she looks at her sister Chloe her yeah who?
The ass looks crazy, you know, and then Kylie, yeah, what are these girls going to look like and not just the Kardashians? I don't want to focus on what all these women who have had plastic surgery will look like in 20 years, well you know what people say now and I saw a couple posts about it, is that Nikki is really starting to look like the body of little Kim, yes, like that, new like the VMA Nikki we just saw, her body looks a lot like little Kim's now. Yeah, and little Kim is like 20 or older and that's crazy because at this point think about how much money Nicki Minaj has, how much money the Kardashians have, they have enough money to get the best doctors, yes, to win and no. throw away someone else's business, but I know some very rich women who go to the best doctors and you can't say they have plastic surgery like that, your doctor is amazing like uh iggy azalea, just like her ass. it looks good it looks good it's not, you know you still can, it still looks better than Nicki Minaj's butt, right?
You know what I mean by now and I think also because it's so interesting, man, because I see a lot of these women. Of all of them they walk and one as I see them doing the injections in the cheeks, yes, and these are women like me, you were beautiful last week, what is the chicken doing? and when they give them these injections from the lips to the cheeks, it swells for a while and then the doctor tells them oh, it's going to go down, it will look normal but it will make you look younger and that's it, that's what these doctors are telling them. brainwashing these women into telling them that they will undergo this procedure that will make you look younger.
They don't even say that she will make you look beautiful. I think they no longer look for beauty. What they are looking for is youth because they are going to age and that is the reason why plastic surgery is booming in the business. because everyone wants to look younger since tiger and safari with the right hairline, everyone is constantly after you, it's like anything with me and even as non-vain as I try to be, there's still this narcissistic side and arrogant of me that I have to be in front of the cameras like in movies and television.
I don't wear makeup like that. Oh, what am I covering up? I was blessed with decent melanin skin which I don't have. I don't look spotty and I'm great with that, don't put makeup on me, but every once in a while a makeup artist would say, yeah, look at those bags under your eyes, you look so tired you know you could. just go take a photo and they might click and they're like I have these bags under my eyes, agent, but then I might come to and find something like there are no bags under my eyes, this is who I am, if I had bags, it was tiring because I've been working well, but we got to this place, especially people who put themselves in the public eye, they want to be this avatar as a non-human ideal of how they think they should look as opposed to just being who they are. they really are, you have a new project coming out, yeah, about the bay area, yeah, where I'm from, that's where you from, what's wrong and it's a crime series, yeah, and you're working with e40. and too short, my guys are little involved in this, no, it's not, I mean, obviously, everyone who knows a little story is, uh, yeah, we're supposed to interview him, yeah, phenomenal story, yeah, uh, and that's funny because I do a lot of things. projects and I've even acquired the right to some real cats, like you know, if you know anything about the Chambers brothers and one of the guys got a first franchise, uh, crack houses and you know, I've been associated with all of them. from pee wee kirkland to just yeah, I interviewed him, yeah, like guys that have these phenomenal drug stories that started back in the '60s or '70s, specifically more in the '80s during the crack epidemics, you know I had, I was working with Freeway Rick. for a while I still want to do his story, I feel that his story is a kind of snowfall, his number is a kind of story, but his story is that I don't know where they are going to go with the snowfall, but it is more convincing .
Part of Freeway's story is that once he got to prison, he taught himself to read and then he discovered the whole anti Oliver North, all these people associated with the place where he was used as a pawn in this pro cohentel plan to destroy to the black community in that way. To me it's the story that really needs to be told like, oh yeah, a kid who plays tennis and becomes the biggest drug dealer in the world. It sounds a little exciting, but that's not the real story for me, but let's get back to the small stuff. and even many other places in the bay area, what people don't understand is that they call oakland drug city for a reason, they call just the whole bay area, the yay area, frisco, like everything , that's the name. from the series, in the area yay, yes, the type of drug trafficking that occurs in Northern California, it is second in all ports in the United States in terms of the amount of smuggled drugs that pass through this area , people don't remember Miami.
Chicago, uh, yeah, I think it was Miami, I think uh, but uh, just because, and then straight from Mexico, because even you know me growing up in San Diego, that was a big part of it too, but like the epidemic crack, as we know, started in Oakland. with cointelpro people do not know the idea that to defeat the black panthers the fbi implanted drugs and diseases in oakland as has been demonstrated and documented that they were so afraid and looked at the black panther party as a terrorist group that they poisoned the community because These people were too powerful and they didn't have it, they were afraid that thesePeople could do it if they really came together and inspired the entire nation so that they could overthrow the government.
This was where the crack epidemic began. In that idea. of putting cocaine and empowering certain people in the community to destroy the rest of the community, so I want to go as deep and start at the root of that, but then tell fictional stories of how even today there are people in the law. enforcing that and this is what I don't want people to think I'm telling the story it's not power it's not Nevada this is real it's when I say it's a series of crimes I'm talking about the criminal justice system like it's currently in the school studying criminology to really talk about criminology it's just the study of the black man and how he's been criminalized from slavery to today that's it and anything outside of that is sociology so that hasn't been covered in a number of TV now, of course, I'll tell you, I'll give you the bells and whistles, I'll give you the loot and the yay sauce.
Area 40 is going to spit out isms, let's see how short a fixture it is and how we go with the characters and just the culture of the Bay Area is so rich and has never been adequately told in story form. I'm excited to do it, but the crux of the story is how law enforcement is so deeply involved and intertwined with all the crime and drug trafficking that happens in Northern California tied to Silicon Valley, like San Francisco, is the most expensive place in the richest county city in our country and has one of the most violent and oh yeah and corrupt systems we have yes my ex she grew up in Hunter no sorry Sunnydale projects right in San Francisco, which is real, yes. and she used to tell me that the cops in that area are not normal cops, yeah, they're hanging out, they're playing dice with the drug dealers, there's a certain level of I'm going to let this happen, but I need this money to change and you know, I even mean things like that because there is no blood or cripples in the yes exactly, but there are still groups in the neighborhoods and even outside of the black community of the Asian community that many direct to the Mexican community there are even the gangs White and the biker gang like it's real up there, well, the beginning of Hell's Angel in Oakland, we're playing all that, you know what I mean and that's why for me I wanted to tell the story of the bay, you know what I mean and that hasn't been done yet and that's why we compared it to the sopranos or cable because or the beauty of those shows gave you different perspectives of a certain region. or area to where, like the cable, one day they talk about doctors, one day they talk about news reports, one day they talk about politics, they tie it all together, yeah, so that's what we plan to do, but I feel like the bay area is even richer, I mean we have silicon valley right there where billionaires are being created every day and guess how many of them have horrible drug problems and guess where they go to cross the bridge, you know what I mean , as if they were things.
So once we get into it, I try to do something that's classic and phenomenal and hip hop is the basis of the story, but it's not the main story. I can't wait because I'll be honest, you know, I've said this before, Snowfall is my favorite show on television, right, yeah, it's a great show, yeah, John Singleton did his thing, yeah, like it's almost a prequel because they interviewed to one of the boys. of the show and it's almost like a prequel to Boys in the Hood, yeah, you know, it's very well done and you know, I see, you know, I said power is a cool snowfall, that's why and that's what I don't want, I don't. do.
I want to be, I don't want the yay area to be grouped into oh, these are the black drugs I'm doing, I'm doing CSI, you know what I mean, I did, I'm doing a show that deals with a community well, that's why I like Snowflake, I don't know, do you see Snowfall? I've seen, I've seen a couple of episodes, okay, but if you look at it, one of the main story lines is this white DEA agent who's moving all the major drugs. the main drug dealer in this whole situation, he works for the government exactly, you know he's the one killing everyone, yeah, and doing everything, yeah, man, yeah, so since the last time we talked, uh, Mariah Carey came forward with the fact that she's bipolar, right? you know, and I had a very, very close friend of mine, uh disco d, he was a producer, right, um, which, to a large extent, you know from his family tree, to a large extent like the diplos and everything.
The rest came from there, he was. bipolar right, I spent a lot of time, you know, he and I stayed together in Brazil and we went out a lot and he ended up hanging himself in his uh, in his mother's bedroom, right in his mother's house, um, I mean, he killed me like now. I would see him go through these bipolar episodes, episodes where he gets very emotional and then he gets very depressed and then, you know, I saw it, so what I heard about, you know, Mariah, you know your father, I'm sorry. mother of your twins, you know, I felt like I fell in love with you, yeah, did you know this whole situation all along?
I was definitely aware, man, I was aware of everything she was aware of and I say that because we didn't know. having any diagnosis in our home it was like we were dealing with what our family has to deal with and in the same way I feel like most of our families have to deal with mental illness in some shape or form, uh, and you handle it that way. very i I mean, I know in my family before a new diagnosis and things like that we were a very religious household, so when someone had what we would call, you know the demons in them or whatever we dealt with that at through the church through prayer through um, you know, having the pastor come and scold the devil out of you and also, self-medication is really very strong in our community, where people know that they have problems and imbalances and they try to balance it themselves, so alcoholism, marijuana, heavier drugs, cocaine pills to level you out.
If you're down, you need a pick-me-up, if you two are up, you need it to get down, uh, and I don't mean that any of those things were happening in our house, but it was like we had to learn to deal with this through the love and how to get over it and when she came forward with her statement, it was like a relief to me. I was very proud of her because I knew it was something that bothered her in a way that it didn't. It's not about them labeling her or calling her crazy, she doesn't care what people think of her, but what really always worried me was how life understands the difference between reality that happens and what people perceive. and because she's so powerful in her own world that I think we even discussed it before, it's like she can't live in someone else's bubble and I said that to say we've lost some great people because they live in their own bubble, we lost to Michael. jackson we lost whitney houston we lost prince and not to say that I believe in all those people and having met all those people and knowing the situation from the outside was a lot, it goes back to that access to the excess of what I said where people never told them They said no one sat them down and said, you have a mental illness, you have a substance abuse problem, please fix this so we can keep you here longer and that's the real problem, even with someone, Chris Lighty, to who do you know I'm still baffled and torn by that whole process, but I've had personal conversations with him since he was my manager and Mariah's man.
Yes, Chris was my manager. I didn't know he was. I actually connected it with Mariah. He had handled me from the beginning, during the early days of Jive and you know, I had my jacket raped like I felt associated with the streets, but he was just a super smart guy and at the time Mariah needed someone strong in she. corner, uh, Chris came in and helped out quite a bit, but we had some conversations where you could see, man, this brother is struggling with something and, oh, so you saw some of the signs, yeah, but he, they weren't really signs, it was him.
Talking to me like he's a friend, should he go to church? Should he go to church? Should I uh? I just want to be right. I have these dreams. I'm tormented like if he was telling me these kinds of things and I would be like a man and the pressure when you think about the level of pressure he was getting, he had 50 cents every time and we are dealing with this in the yay area of the series also when you have an entire community that depends on you to support them. That's a pressure like when I like to go where and then when everything clicks it's great you can write the checks you can take care of the moms you have houses but when you hit a dry spell and the phone keeps ringing and people bother you As if Like, look, mentally with you I had heard a rumor that the reason Mariah went public with this was because one of her former employees was threatening to expose this publicly, so she was like, "Okay, well, I'll just say it." ".
Myself, that's what I was talking about about the bubble when she was talking about, first of all, the purpose of the bubble is to protect when you think about it like Mariah excludes everyone else because she doesn't want the negativity of the outside world to infiltrate. her home, especially with raising her children and her own happiness, I understand that and she lives at a level where she can do that, she doesn't have to turn on CNN or Instagram like she can be happy and as nice as she wants, but Lo What that does is that the people who are inside the bubble with her can threaten to tell lies and things to the outside world and that's what's scary because then that person who is in the bubble can't trust anyone, so I I definitely think you know I wasn't close to that, but I definitely think there were some employees because I've seen people with situations where we had babysitters who sued us or did things like and said, "Oh, you're you." You're your son, he butts my head and I'm going to sue like I'm a baby, you're going to sue us with my son on your head, but you're nine months old, like I'm not trying to hurt you, but it's like things like that go where and we've had to go. to a settlement and pay people because my son had run into someone oh so you actually paid that, what else are you going to do?
Don't fight it in court, it's going to cost you more than why they're suing, yeah, but you know, it's kind of ridiculous like that. I've always felt that when it comes to extortion, I'm not going to take it. I will fight if you don't negotiate with terrorists. You know, I mean. Yeah, I mean, listen, and this is not to try to alleviate the situation, but you know, you know the recent story about Anthony Bourdain's girlfriend, the truth, who's being, you know who paid that 17-year-old kid with the who went to bed I paid him 380,000 and the story still came out yeah because you know I guess he probably spent the money and came back and wanted more but that's what made me go to what you said with my ex scenario .
I felt so relieved that when I say I felt relieved for her like now I told the world who I am so now you can't hide anything from me and that's what I used to say because I'm an open book you know what? I mean how much, so yeah, I don't keep secrets and stuff like that, but if it's none of my business, I stay away from it, but that's what I say, so I can burst that bubble and be. Like yeah, the cards are up, what can you say? Now an employee can't come in and try to say anything because that's the kind of thing that you imagine like you can't trust anyone, you can't trust your own family.
You can't trust the people who work for you because all of a sudden they're going to tell someone something they think they saw or they're going to make up a story like I'm some unlucky man, you know that and I've always taken that. the role of anyone who tries to initiate me, make it public, whatever you want, make it public, do it, you are not going to get anything from me, yes, do it, I will deal with any embarrassment or consequences that arise. I don't have anything that I'm so ashamed of that it's going to kill me.
You know, I mean move on, but I'm not going to pay you because that will never end well again, like the money runs out and they. I will sleep peacefully at night again because I don't have some secrets. You know there was one on Vlad's stock page. You know one of the things that set the whole page on fire recently. when you were talking about the concept of being a boss, right? And I feel like in this, you know, on the internet, you know, uh, in the age of Instagram, everyone feels like they're a boss, yeah, that's what I mean, if they drive for Uber.
You're a boss because technically you don't have a boss. Yeah, you know, I mean technically they don't have to register, but what I'm trying to say is, unless you have multiple employees, payroll, right office space, human resources, and human resources. hr because that's a big part yeah yeah that's a big part that's what keeps you safe at the end of the day you're a hustler you're not a boss or you're an independent contractor or whatever else you want You're not a boss there's a big difference now you are a boss right because you have all the things I mentioned right and what is your opinion onThat, you know because at one point I was taking like 30 medications because, like my lupus, one of my doctors told me like one of the pills that I'm taking. and it wasn't just HIV, but they were telling me that I and you know I get blood tests every month because it's necessary because you know, lupus, but it's like a lot of the things and viruses that the average person can get.
I can't get it because of the level of medication that I'm on and because I have an autoimmune condition where my immune system wants to instantly get rid of anything foreign and some of the medications I want to enhance that ability, so I thought, oh, I'm taking an iron man like me. I didn't like it when he told me that I was like, oh, I'm here, I got a cable and then because they give me a check, I get a blood test for everything just because the levels and stuff every month, like that and everything that was. like, oh, so there's probably been something in my mind where I was like, okay, but I'm not worried about the a-i-d-s.
I'm worried about the children. I try. I'm not trying to keep having kids here, so that's one of the main ones. reasons to date and I mean there are many reasons to protect yourself, but if you are going to engage in casual sex, you definitely need to protect yourself. You know, if you no longer have children, you should also consider a vasectomy. I will never do it. I'm going to do that I'm just taking away my manhood I have some partners who did it I'm like me, and yes that's what we're here for because maybe I don't want to have children today, but what if I wanted you to?
Freezing your sperm, that's strange to me, since I want the process, listen, and no, I don't know about you and Mariah's personal affairs, right? But most of these famous twins see that they ended up using in vitro, yes, yes, all that. Use it using the function like I said, I don't know your situation and that's your business. It's interesting because the people I know, they all assumed that with our kids, but it was more, I would say, because Mariah at the time was only her age. and we were like oh we should do this and that and it was more about not being a full in vitro process, but I think you know, because in my family twins are common in everything, but I think we were actually doing things like that and taking some medication to make sure we could get pregnant because Mariah had miscarried several times before oh really, yeah, yeah, so I was sorry to hear that, yeah, yeah, now and it was like I said, there are those kinds of things that are personal .
The information is correct, but you know and how similar we really are, it was probably early in our marriage when we had gotten pregnant and we were planning to tell everyone that it was a beautiful situation. I and I remember this story. This story is crazy. Never, um. I think I said this to a few people, but it was like there was a moment where we were, it was during the Christmas season, you know, Mariah loves the holidays and Mariah is promoting one of her Christmas albums at the time and she went on with Ellen and there were all these rumors that we had just gotten married, that Mariah was pregnant and at that time she really was, you know what I mean and um, but we didn't want to tell anyone because it was too early and Ellen had done since then.
She wanted to make this big prank and she thought Mariah was going to announce it on her show so she was going to offer Mariah champagne and she said "here I drink this" and she said "no I'm not going to drink" and then she went Like wow, the only reason you wouldn't drink is if you're pregnant, you're Mariah Carey, you always have champagne, it's the holidays, take a sip and she's like I'm not going to drink, Ellen, and it was one of those things where Which was funny in context, but literally two days later we miss Carrie or her, you know, and it's like, you know what I mean?
It might even have been a great moment where Ellen was the first to reveal it, but now it's like a slap in the face when you're like, "Damn, there was a reason we didn't tell people and then that process when two people were trying to have children like that is a very personal and intimate experience and that takes a lot out of the woman, it puts a lot into your relationship and so, you know, I think what if that was 08 for the next two years? and a half? That's all we focus on and sometimes I think it's me like I should do it, I need to take some to make my little swimmers stronger, like whatever, so yeah, let's go see the doctors and they tell you all the things you can do, but in the end, like we're just like you.
We want to do this. I thought we'd take any help, but we don't want to go all the way and you know, yeah, but we're lucky enough to be able to do it. , so they say something like, oh, those you know medications can. improve this and do that and it always seems really strange to me that all these famous women have twins and I mean jlo beyonce twitter robert like twins are incredibly rare yeah they're incredibly rare the fact that they're all some of them Turns out the Rich people have them, oh what a coincidence, they are in fashion right now.
I don't believe it, I don't believe it, it's like I said it, it is what it is, but there are options, be careful, there are. options, what is this called again, truvada, true t-r-u-v-a-d-a? Looking at my doctors, if I could take true vitality, yes, absolutely, and it's one of those things where you know if you're going to be out there, you know it's like you're going. wear a bulletproof vest before you go into that war field, yeah, or you're just going to expect to be able to duck real quick, you know, you also have to understand, as you know, uh, I personally think that hiv is chemical warfare in its truest form of all. ways, yeah, it was designed to get rid of certain groups of people, yeah, and it worked, yeah, uh, but at the end of the day and now, regardless of the super rich, I mean, regardless of how it developed, it's still out there , it's still out there.
There is no cure and you know what you mean, are you sure Magic Johnson has the special cure? Hey, it's not a death sentence because the actual medication you could take once you get it could live as long as you would without it. As long as I continue to take his medicine, I believe there is a cure for every man-made disease. It's lady, a man did it. It was made in the laboratory. If they did, they got something that can get rid of it. How much? They're going to charge you for that story the whole story there's a picture of you and bernice uh burgos and everyone went crazy oh
nickthey can't crush me with all the bad girls right what tell me like um there I like women man can I?
It doesn't help, not even women like women, yeah right, Bernice is an amazing young woman, she's cool, people don't know she was a wild girl before, yet she became popular, yeah, I mean , is probably the sexiest grandmother ever. Uh, I know that out there she hates that too, doesn't she hate that? Don't you hate that you said that I said it? I don't know her, so you know no, I can't talk about that. I mean, she's at that point, but her, her daughter. a baby, that's the world we live in right now, yeah, that was just a meeting, yeah, that's just who she is, I've known her forever, like there's more than one picture of me in bernice, like there, no It's like we were a couple and nothing like that, we were just kicking it like we always kick it and I think that particular night was a she was right, it was a business meeting no, it was no one, yeah, it was a group of people there we were. talking about her brand and you know help and do some things and she had just made the wild calendar for me oh the calendar, yeah, yeah, it's the calendar with like all the time now girls that we sell on tour and stuff and she's on the cover and you know, oh, she's on the cover, although yeah, because she was probably in the middle, you know, she's probably one of the og's in the middle, like her, uh, rosa acosta, uh, Do you know Daphne Joy, all those girls, Stephanie Joy was there for a while?
Now she was a wild girl right out the door, that's how she met 50 uh, I don't know, I don't really know how she met 50, but it started like it started, it's been a while since she was an 18 girl like in the first seasons. like 2005 2006 yeah like that everyone starts start with me vlad hey ambrose never been in a while girl nah nah she was never on the show she was on the show a few times yeah did you see her most recent video oh yeah yeah she's I love Amber like if it was another person just hurt without apology.
You used to be a manager, yeah, yeah, I remember you were on a radio show where they made you take a lie detector test to see if you ever trashed, you said no and you didn't pass. the life detector test this was from this point in my life I would never admit to having had sex with a woman okay you will never ever hear me say you are celibate yeah I crush it you will never hear that come out of my mouth Once Plus, I've learned my lesson: no matter how open I am to the book, there's a lot of you, everything you make me say, and I'll have to deal with it after these interviews.
I would never say I had sex with this person you would never hear that because they do what that game means nothing and it's just disrespectful to the act and the person whether I say I did it or not it's like that's the worst question you can ask. You may be asked if you received angry Mariah-like phone calls after our interviews. Not mad because she ain't no tough black guy. They'll probably have some arguments after this one too. We've had some arguments, but you know, again. She's one of the most real and grounded people and she never runs away from the truth and I'm all about the truth and I think that's what happens when people, at least in my life, have a problem when you say things that aren't true.
The truth is, when you are sincere and honest, how can a person get mad at you for telling the truth and especially if it is your truth? Yeah, well, she said she wants to upset misogynistic men with her new walk. I have sponsored the walk. sponsored stuff yeah okay I wave like I remember when she came up with the idea and I was like me that's cool and mom used to tell people I was like I used to tell ambrose that you could be as powerful as oprah like you're doing it right because your thing is feminism, your thing is women's empowerment and you are unapologetically you and for the youth of today an example like an amber rose, if projected properly, can be quite positive now If you delve into its lewd nature and Get to know the identification and obscenity of this it may not be good for my seven year old daughter, but no, I don't mind my seven year old daughter admiring the power that is in amber.
Rose and how she embraces her sexuality now some of her choices I wouldn't say you know maybe you want to make better decisions, but that's a subjective opinion, you know, I've been listening, I mean, I've interviewed Amber before, yeah, and you know that You have to admit it. She went from being a girl that Kanye was dating to having her own empire, having her own brand and you know, making money, yeah, making money supporting her son, yeah, what was she doing? evil? Yeah, what is she doing that men don't do? Yeah, and she really expresses her sexuality and expresses the double standard.
That's what happens to me and I always compare it to a Madonna. Nobody was, I mean, no, people weren't calling out Madonna. horror yes they were it's not to the extent that they got bash amber and a lot of these girls like it and if anything because and I'm not saying because oh someone that's different because Madonna had control of the media and she knew how to manipulate. and accept all the negative aspects the media was very different differently very different our opinions weren't there it's so strong now there wasn't an average person couldn't there's like five media outlets yeah you know and if you were cool if you said it you'd make them a interview, they would shut their mouths and let things go, yeah, you know what I say these days, you can't control the media, but that's the beauty of people like Madonna who knew how to control and manipulate the media for their benefit and she turned it around and made it seem like her sexuality was about women empowerment and I feel like Amber is doing the same thing, well you said you would have a threesome with Gail and Oprah, those are the guys.
The question was supposed to be and it was and I was trying to be as positive as possible because I didn't want people to think that they weren't sexy or that they weren't beautiful women that I find attractive and I like threesomes so now with that it's so realistic, I'm probably more like me, that's a scenario that's more of a fantasy type of scenario, but it's not like I was out there really trying to cover that up, but I was. That kind conversation was in the context of how beautiful and sexy Oprah and Gail are, that's all Jason was thanked for in Hollywood Unlocked, yes, we talked about how Gail and Oprah got asses.
I've never been around Oprah once, never looked. in her butt she has a great figure and it's and like if you like it, you know full figure women, it's like and especially because like gayle she's a little bit taller like you could say like in a day like she was now becauseCheck out for that and that's why you went to the bathroom for a bag that you like. that's what this country is based on, that's what this world is based on, yes, when they have these products, the people who really run the world sit back and control the banking systems, yes, and it was a family and then they emerged from Europe and took in all the different regions and they still come together to this day and make sure they get their money listen at the end of the day, you know we're happy that there's electricity, we're happy that there's heating and air conditioning, we're happy that There are absolutely, you know, paid roads, you know, the police there, you know, it's not the best system and a lot of things could be changed, but our office is also pretty good, yeah, we don't want to live in a society where there are no police either. , You know what I am saying?
Imagine Mad Max type if we had to police ourselves, yeah, you know, and what all that pays for, your taxes, your tax money and you live in this system so you have to pay. You have to pay, you have to pay, so pay your taxes, man, no. Pay your taxes and use condoms because the message of this interview is Nick Cannon, always a pleasure until next time greetings greetings
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