Gentlemen’s Corner: Day 26 Talks Lessons Learned From the Industry and Crazy Fan Moments
What’s the greatest lesson you’ve learned from being put in a made up group?
Rob: How to respect to respect each other for what [they are]. When we first started this group we had a lot of people working out our situation for us. So the decisions that had to be made were already made. We didn’t have to rely on each other to come up with these decisions. Now we are in a position where have to rely on each other to make sure that we’re doing the right thing. Being forced into the situation is probably the best thing that could’ve happen to us because we learned that quick and it really taught us a lot about each other.
What’s the biggest lesson learned from the music industry?
Brian: Everybody’s not your friend (laughs).
Willie: There’s a lot of phony people. You see them all the time and they are real buddy buddy when you see them but don’t think you got a friend out here.
Que: Once people find out your position and who you are you gotta be careful because like P. Diddy said in the show there’s always somebody trying to take your spot. In life and at any other job that’s real. There’s really always somebody trying to be better than you. That’s why its good to always be respectful and when you meet somebody that’s cool just admire than one moment and don’t go deeper than that and look for anything. But once you get a new position in the entertainment business everyone changes and that’s when its time for you to be in your right mentality because when they come back you have to have those open arms to receive them.