That’s another thing I want to ask before I let you go. When you feel that people have done you wrong, or you’re in a situation where somebody doesn’t like you, do you try to extend olive branches, or do you just move on?
Nah, for what? Because I’m never being malicious. I mean that. There’s nothing I’ve done that I feel like, I’m doing this on purpose—like I’m really just trying to hurt you or just trying to harm you. Nine times out of ten, I’m just giving my opinion on stuff, you know, I’m just a cultural critic at the end of the day. But with the Floyd Mayweather thing, I actually felt bad about that ‘cause there was no reason to do that. Like, I didn’t even use that as a moment to teach or nothing. That was just me trying to get ratings, trying to get attention, trying to beat Jimmy Kimmel to the punch, ‘cause I saw Jimmy Kimmel offer him some money to come on and read a [Harry Potter book on the show], you know. And 50 [Cent] was offering him money [to read] something on Jimmy Kimmel. So that was just me trying to beat them to the punch—beat the white guys to the punch, that’s all. You know what I’m saying? Like it wasn’t even—it was just done in poor taste. It was like, nah, ‘cause honestly, I don’t feel like nobody’s done me wrong. Honestly, I don’t feel like nooobody’s done me wrong. I feel like people do what they’re capable of doing. And if it’s wrong, then, hey, that’s what they’re capable of doing.
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