It’s clear that you’re starting to get a big buzz now, but out of curiosity, is it possible for a 14-year-old to have groupies?
Ha, define your word groupie…
Nah, you should define it [laughs]. Have you ever called someone a groupie?
[Laughs] Nah, I can’t say.
I know you’ve probably got some MILFs going wild…
[Laughs] It’s possible you know. I’ve gotten crazy Twitter messages from older women…
Whoa, how old?
I don’t even want to say. But definitely over 21.
Trying to get with you?
I’ll give an example of the least worst one. It’ll be like, ‘If you were my age, dot dot dot.’ And I’m not going to say what 'dot dot dot' is.
Guess we can assume that “dot dot dot” is very inappropriate [laughs].
Yeah, real inappropriate. Like you’ll have to put number signs in this.
And are you responding to these?
I don’t respond.
Not even to hook up JoJo? [Laughs]
Nah [laughs]. I’m just on Twitter to promote myself and get my project out there.
When the time comes, are you trying to top Justin Combs’ Sweet 16?
I’m not doing one. It’s not me. It doesn’t satisfy anything to me, especially doing it on MTV. I’d rather get maybe a nice car and maybe some money to get some dope pieces. Besides that I wouldn’t want to have a real crazy blown out party and then be shown as a spoiled kid, cause that’s what MTV makes them look like.
Is there disadvantage or advantage of being 14-year-old rapper?
A way bigger advantage, ‘ca use you’re setting yourself up for success. You get better as you go, as you write and as you do it. It’s passed just rapping - how to market yourself, what blogs you can get on. It’s more a learning process rather than just getting yourself out there. And so far, I’m not too nervous. —Tracy Garraud
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