A week after Vice Magazine's online TV counterpart asked Young Jeezy about his love of boiled peanuts, sparking a new milestone in interview awkwardness, the Atlanta rapper spoke to Rhapsody's blog regarding his personal pet peeves within Q&A.
"Mr. 17,500" specified he really dislikes, "when they are real up-front and ask you about street ****." Examples include, 'Whenís the first time [you sold drugs or have you ever killed someone]?' The often interview-shy Jeezy added, "I just sit there and donít answer like, 'Nigga, I donít got nothing to say about that."
Jeezy then explained his reaction to the mockery interview from Vice. "[He] was trippin'. Itís different Ďcause I have to humble myself to even deal with some of that ****, and my patience is shorter than an interlude. I might flip out at any time. So, I just have to be like, 'Alright, be cool and just calm down.' But yeah, he was different. I donít know what the **** he was on. It was awkward. That interview was probably like 10 minutes of him asking this and that, and I was like, 'Man, what the ****?'"
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