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What's the story behind the kush brownie incident?
The story behind that is, everybody that really knows me knows that I'm the opposite of a typical rapper: I don't get high, I don't drink like that, I will never ever do molly, I don't go to strip clubs, I don't care about what's hot. So the weed brownies, to somebody that doesn't know any better like me, I said, "Oh, this little thing ain't going to do nothing to me." So I ate one and somebody warned me; I was warned about them by Sean Price before. But it's just a little brownie. I ate it and it was delicious. So I'm sitting there watching a movie and I eat another one. And the greedy part of me -- like you're not gonna eat just one Pringle -- says I should eat just one more. But after that one more, let's just say I will never do that again! I was so high, I felt terrible. I just wanted to go to sleep the next day. I couldn't drive, I couldn't talk, I could feel my blood circulating in my body like my senses were heightened like a vampire! I just wanted to go to sleep. The next day, I woke up high. I will never do that again.

How was featuring on a Public Enemy album?
I don't even know the right word to look for! That was like a lifetime achievement for me. I never thought it would be possible. That was like getting an award for me.

Can you remember the very first time you heard Public Enemy?
I do. The very first Public Enemy song I heard was "Public Enemy No. 1" and it was so different 'cause of the track -- that sound at the beginning -- it was so different and so loud! When they came out, they made a bang. Their music used to be so loud and magnetic. I wanted to hear it again and again. I was hooked.

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