Thanks to Q Worldstar, no ratchet moment can evade the famous "Worldstarrrrrr!" drop but despite his site, WorldStar Hip-Hop's notorious online rep, its founder is moving on to bigger and better things.
Q recently paid Power 105's The Breakfast Club a visit, discussing the WSHH-produced documentary The Field: Miami, which spotlights the not-so-glamorous communities in South Beach.
"The story is so impactful," said the Queens native. "I think it's great that as leaders of the entertainment space that we can get these voices heard." The film will also have appearances from Trick Daddy, Luke and Gunplay.
Q is apparently getting serious with his film ventures, teaming up with mogul Russell Simmons for a flick that WorldStarHipHop will also be producing. "For him to be apart of this movement with Paramount was a blessing," he said about Uncle Rush's involvement.
"It takes place in New York and its about two good friends trying to spend their last night together," Q explained, "Kind of like a Superbad meets Ferris Bueller."
The Worldstar founder also spoke on his fallout with Kat Stacks and plans to release a book about her life story, his lawsuit with 50 Cent and more. Lean in above.