After detailing some of this early roadblocks to success (apparently at 19 he was robbing people’s houses “four times a week” until he was arrested), Quan got into some more lighthearted anecdotes. His favorite author is apparently noted Hudson Booksellers cornerstone James Patterson (…), and he considers himself the Steve Smith of the rap game (Smith is a Baltimore Ravens wide receiver who is also pretty short and easily angered, which are apparently correlated).
More interesting for Rich Gang fans was the portion where he discussed his possible beef with Thug. “There’s just a lot going on,” Quan said of Thug. “We’re brothers for life—no hard feelings,” he added, before saying (somewhat sarcastically), “I wish Thug the best of success.” Of the incident where Thug called him “B*tch Homie Quan” onstage, Quan said, “Not to get in my feelings, but it hurt. Not as in I’m going to cry, but I would never disrespect you point blank period, especially when we have eachother’s numbers.”
Watch the full segment above.