HipHopGame.com: What’s up?
I’m all right, man. I’m up here in the motherfucking studio, banging out. The ROC just opened the Roc DA Mic Studio . We’re real comfortable with our feet up on the leather couches grinding with bags under our eyes, but those are motherfucking moneybags. That’s just that grind, baby.
HipHopGame.com: You’ve been going hard at Dipset lately. What restarted this beef?
Bitch Boy, those little girls, I’m against all broads. It’s the Bitchset. This little bitch-ass nigga got comfortable saying my name in interviews in magazines. I guess he got comfortable saying my name once he got new bodyguards rolling with him. I put vests on his back. He’s Whitney Houston and Tru Life is Kevin Costner.
When “New New York” started getting a lot of spins, I guess Jenny Jones felt like I was trying to diss him and everything elevated to where it is today. The media and the streets kept telling him that I was talking about him and he started to believe that I was talking about him. I guess if the shoe fits, wear it. See, I know too much about Bitch Boy. And he knows if something is said about me, it’s going to get back to me, and it did.
HipHopGame.com: I tried to get an interview with you a few months ago just to see where you were at and your manager hesitated because she didn’t want any Dipset questions…
On some real shit, I really didn’t want to go that route. I’m on some real nigga shit. I’m trying to make a record and do real nigga things and not get into this fake shit. The nigga’s a fake nigga and everything he’s saying is a lie. I really didn’t want to go back and forth with the records. New York City is small. I don’t run around with no bodyguards. I walk around with my niggas doing what I do. I felt like if there was a problem, we would bump heads and do what we do. I know niggas were trying get at the ROC, trying come-up to try and get hot. I wasn’t feeling that. I was like, Hold on a second, I might have to spank these niggas. I took my belt off to teach these niggas a lesson. Jay-Z and Nas have at least thirteen or more albums apiece and are living legends from New York City and for you to disrespect them niggas, you don’t have no respect for hip-hop. You’re not for the culture. I was tired of the disrespect. They were disrespecting them and we got some personal issues between us. He knows what it is.
HipHopGame.com: For the record, how far back do you go with the Diplomats?
The nigga had a little problem back here in New York and he was scared to go to Harlem. He was frantic trying to hire a bodyguard. My nigga Jojo Capone from Chicago called me and told me about this bitch-ass nigga’s problems and how he was scared to death to go to his block. My nigga was telling me it was a come-up for us, but I didn’t like what Jenny represented because he was a bitch-ass nigga. My nigga was telling me we could use him. The first day I met him, he started telling me all these stories and I told him I didn’t like him. He was like, Damn, Tru, why is it like that? I said, “I don’t like the way you’re making us look across the country. You’re running around promoting gang violence and you’re carrying yourself in a certain way that’s making us look bad. These West Coast niggas are just finding out what you’re doing and they’re not really feeling that you are running around trying to be a blood. I know real niggas that want to slap you up and hurt you.” He said, “Damn, I got love out West.” I told him he was trying to fake gangbang and was doing their shit. That’s the West Coast’s culture, not ours.
I put him on the phone with some of my niggas out West and they were kicking rhymes to him dissing him to his face on the phone. On the strength of me they squashed it and gave him a pass because I vouched for him and said he was a good kid and didn’t know what he was getting himself into. They met the nigga in Vegas and he asked them if they had the heaters on them because he was scared. They flashed the heaters on him and he didn’t know what to do. He was so shook he left Vegas without even picking up his money for the show. It was like my niggas out West were too real for him or something.
That nigga is a chameleon. Anything that nigga thinks is hot, he’ll try turn that color. He’ll steal from the West Coast and the South, trying to do the fake-ass crunk sounds. “Ballin” was an okay record but it was like a “Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It.” He’ll say, “This is the Get Crunk Movement.” There’s nothing original about his shit. If I caught him doing the Chicken Noodle Soup dance, I would be hyped because at least he’s keeping it in Harlem. The nigga’s a bitch-ass broad nigga running around stealing from everybody. Man, the games is over. The belt is off. The album is on the way, executive-produced by Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z.
HipHopGame.com: On Hell Rell’s “Cock la Familia,” he says you’re mad Jim Jones wouldn’t sign you. How do you feel about that statement?
When I met Jim Jones, he was just getting his deal and he was telling me he was going to show everyone. He was salty that Dame wouldn’t sign him. He was going to Koch and was saying he was the hottest shit out. He went over there because he didn’t have nowhere else to go. Koch is the old-folks home. That’s for old-folk rappers who want to sell records, but I’m not mad. Go over there and get a couple of dollars.
When he met me, I had an artist called Robin Spree and she was signed to me and I had one of the biggest deals in hip-hop history and she was signed over there to Elektra. Are they crazy? I had a white girl rapping and I had the multi-million dollar deal over there. I have always hustled and got paper. I just never got my break. It’s all good because I’m in the best situation of my life. The album is coming and the streets better get ready for me. Tru York, I’m here. I would have never ever signed to Jim. Is he crazy? Picture me signing to Dipset or Koch. I am a boss. I am signed to myself, then to Roc la Familia. Get it straight. I’m about my business.
HipHopGame.com: Does this situation have the potential to get violent?
It is what it is. Anytime a nigga like Jenny is talking greasy and talking reckless, it is what it is and the bitch boy started saying my name. I feel insulted. I’m the nigga you once called when you were in trouble. This shit is not a metaphor. I’m not speaking in metaphors when I’m speaking about them. Jenny Jones is the one who called me, begging amd pleading for protection when they were shooting at him and Cam, excuse me, Pam, uptown. That’s real! I couldn’t see disrespecting a nigga that once saved my life and risked his life and put vests on me to protect me from niggas in my own hood.
He used to be scared to death to go to Harlem. He had a problem and he came to me. If you go back to his first mixtape, you’re going to hear him shout out Tru Life and my nickname Lizzie the Kid. The bitch boy is shouting out the Ryda Click and all that and that he had hooked up with some real niggas and that he wasn’t banging. He was denying the fact that he was a Blood. And started to try and act like he was on some positive shit. That’s where all his Black Panther shit started coming from.
I’m a revolutionary. If their movement was positive, I’d be with it. There’s nothing positive about their movement. They’re trying to fool the streets like they’re real, talking about smacking kufi’s off of heads. I don’t want to hear all of that. You’re not smacking anybody’s kufi off. If you’re the Kufi Smacker, then I’m the motherfucking Bandana Smacker. I’ll smack his pink banging- bunnies bandana off his head.
HipHopGame.com: What will happen if you see Jim Jones tomorrow?
I saw Jim Jones. I went to Quad to listen to some beats from the guys who did “Riding Dirty,” because someone at Def Jam asked me to. I felt like it was a setup, because I get off the elevator and the whole Bitchset is in there. I had on all my jewelry. It was nothing when I got in there. Everyone was smiling trying to say “what up” to me. I went downstairs to go to my car for a second , and we ended up bumping heads in lobby. Bitch Boy is walking in with five niggas and I’m with one of my little homies. He thinks we’re going to gun him down in the hallway and he’s saying, “I just want to talk to you! I just want to talk to you!” He’s shaking. He didn’t throw his CD’s on the floor, he dropped them because he was scared. He was asking me why we had beef and all that. I’m not about talking. He had the whole Dipset upstairs and I was with one little nigga and he runs to the elevator screaming, “It’s nothing!” and he thinks we squashed it.
I called the studio and I asked for Jenny Jones. Nobody thinks we had an argument or anything. Nobody thought there was a problem so there was no reason for the police to come to the studio. This is in two seconds flat when I called for him. I felt like getting it popping. I told him I wanted to put hands and feet on his face. I called upstairs and asked real nicely for them to get Jenny on the phone and Bitch Boy got on the phone. He was telling me we just talked and it was nothing and he was saying how he thought we just squashed it. I said, “We didn’t squash nothing. I feel like smacking the shit out of you right now. I’m going to put hands and feet on you, nigga. I’m with the same little nigga. Bring your people downstairs.”
Then the police came and they blocked off the whole top of Times Square. Then when I called back, they said, “Bitch Boy doesn’t want to get on the phone.” I called up Duke da Broad and he was telling me to give the little bitch nigga a pass because he didn’t want nothing. Me and Duke da Broad are kicking it on the phone and I told him that I didn’t want to squash nothing. I hear the nigga’s corny raps. I told him I wanted to put hands and feet on the nigga. I know the nigga is doing his push-ups and tae-bo trying to get big. I told him to tell him he was a bitch-ass nigga. He feels like he’s big and I’m a skinny nigga. If he wants to be a dog, I’ll bite him in his fucking face. I told him I wanted to shoot a fair one.
So I gave Duke my cell phone number and I told him I would meet him anywhere and fuck his ass up in front of all his niggas. I’m riding in my car and I hear the rumors that I got my chain robbed in Miami. That’s kid shit. I was not even in Miami when they were saying I was. I’m not the richest nigga, but I’m doing okay. If I got robbed, let’s see a picture of my chain and I’ll give you $100,000. I don’t know what the fuck is going on. I smelt something funny. All this was going through Miss Info at Hot97. She saw how she was used and now she knows my chain never got robbed. She knew Dipset set her up. I’ve never been robbed and I don’t even know how it would feel to get approached like that. By the way, I’m One-Eyed Lizzie, so you put it together. You smell me?
HipHopGame.com: What about those who say you’re doing this to get a buzz?
Listen, if I’m going to beef with someone to get a buzz, then I’m going to take a shot at niggas who sell 10 million records. This nigga’s album sold what, 200,000? He wasn’t at 200,000 after his fifth week. Look those numbers up and post them on HipHopGame. What the fuck are his numbers? How am I going to get hot going at him? You’d have to be crazy to think I could get hot going at Smell Rell and Gay R Writer. Gay R Writer, you sold 6,000 records. I sold 30,000 mixtapes the first day Tru York dropped. I’m with Jay-Z, who’s owning basketball teams and helping people get money. If you go at him, you’re showing that you don’t respect the game.
My niggas have been with Jim Jones when he wakes his mother up at 5 in the morning to fix him a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. What the fuck are you waking your mother up at 5 in the morning to make you a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for?
Smell Rell is taking a shot at me to try to get hot and try to get some credibility, asking who I shot. You’re asking me who I shot? If I shot somebody, I wouldn’t put it in music. This is supposed to be music. He’s talking about giving me a half a clip if he’s in a good mood. They’re in the back of that group. They’re a bunch of nobodies from the nobody camp. He is the worst nobody out of all of them. I got Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z working with me and I got Nas and Just Blaze on my album. I don’t have to prove nothing to nobody. I’m a grown-ass motherfucking man. I’m trying to grind and feed my family. This is the last thing I wanted, so if they want to play these games, fine. I don’t fight fire with fire. I fight fire with water and that’s what I did. The streets are going crazy right now. Tru York, what’s up? Holler at me.
I don’t need no big publicity stunt to get hot. If anything, this slows me down. Real niggas who know me and love me are telling me to leave this alone because they know me. They know this bullshit isn’t going to help us.
HipHopGame.com: In your interview with G-Unit Radio, you talked about how they hacked into your MySpace account.
Yeah. Wow. They hacked into it and changed my pictures and shit. All they did was take my mixtape cover and put Jay’s face on it. The shit was corny. It didn’t do nothing. The internet ate it up. I’m not big on the internet thing like that though. I could give a fuck what anybody is thinking. When niggas stop talking, that’s when it’s a motherfucking problem. If you want to talk about me and go back and forth, then you’re talking about me. If I’m so motherfucking wack, stop talking about me.
HipHopGame.com: Are you going at Lil’ Wayne for his comments to Jay-Z in his interview with Complex Magazine?
I’m going at anybody that disrespects the team. It’s whoever. It’s Rocafella for life. It’s Roc la Familia and Ghetto Inmates forever. Tell Whoopi Goldberg to go work on Sister Act 3 or keep hosting the Apollo. Don’t get it fucked up. We run New York. They are not even fucking Harlem. Roc la Familia is Harlem, OG Juan is Harlem. Even though Weezy Goldberg might have been comfortable running with the pink banging bunnies, that era is over. This is our city.
HipHopGame.com: You showed regret for how you acted on the Beef DVD…
Real niggas never want beef. Real niggas never want to have to do it to a nigga. You do it to a nigga because you have to do it to a nigga. You have to survive in the jungle. That’s just a man’s nature. I’m not no ho. I never said I wouldn’t pop off if I have to. I don’t think Jesus Christ would tell you to keep getting slapped. I don’t believe Jesus Christ turned his cheek when he got slapped. I’m a righteous man and these niggas are promoting bullshit like Sizurp.
Do you even know who Jim Jones named himself after? A false prophet who led his people to Guyana and made them drink poison and killed all of his people, women and children and everything. That’s who he named himself after. The streets named me Tru Life because I’m a righteous man uniting everyone living in a fantasy environment, you smell me? That’s what Tru-Life stands for: The Righteous Uniting Everyone Living in a Fantasy Environment.
People got it twisted with me. They think I’m a crazy kid running around with no sense. I’ve lived that lifestyle coming from where I came from. But I’m not a young, ignorant, dumb nigga. I am an young intelligent man trying to build an empire and give back.
They want to try and bully niggas who are intelligent and try and thug them out, like Nas.
You know what? Come thug us out. We’re here. Come thug out the Ghetto Inmates. Lower East Side Rydaz!
HipHopGame.com: Do you think you’ll ever feel regret for making your Dipset diss tracks the same way you felt regret for how you acted on the Beef DVD?
No. These niggas are broads, man. They’re broads. What do they got on me? One-eyed Lizzie. That’s a joke between me and him. Tell that nigga to send over $20,000. One-eyed Lizzie. You put it together.
Then you have the kid Shiest Buns. When that whole thing happened, I was on a plane to LA to work with Neffu and Snoop. We land and my manager is checking emails on her Blackberry, and shows me the photo, like, Look at this corny nigga in the jewelry store. I had his bitch-ass on the motherfucking phone asking him if he robbed me in five minutes. We didn’t even have our bags yet and he was copping pleas. Talking about he was trying to show the unity and that he was looking for a deal. Come the fuck on. He walked into a jewelry store and took a picture of a Roc la Familia chain that was made for another artist. He put it up on his MySpace. To all the little kids and broads who thought he robbed me, he didn’t rob me. You can see the watch rack in the back. Purple City Byrdgang, hit me up with another ten stacks. I’m not saying I have nothing or anything like that, but tell them to send over thirty stacks. You smell me? Y’all know what it is.
I just feel like that Bitch Boy owes me more respect. I would never talk bad about a nigga that was once holding me down and put vests on me across the country. I would try to have a word with him and sit down with him. He’s a bitch and a ho-ass nigga. I dare him to try to rob me. I’m not the toughest nigga, but nobody’s approaching me like that. Nobody’s slapping me and taking my chain. You’d have to body me to take my shit. Once again, One-Eyed Lizzie is in the building. You put it together. You smell me?
HipHopGame.com: Is your album still titled Breathing Ain’t Enough?
It’s a new year and I don’t know what’s going to happen. I’m in a different zone now. I started the New New York Movement and then every rapper from New York came out with a New York record. I never dissed the South . I’m working with Jeezy and Rick Ross and they’re real niggas. I fuck with them. I got beats from Polow da Don from Atlanta. We make it do what it do. I don’t know what the name of the album will be but I’m 98% in. We’re just getting ready to touch the world. It’s a blessing to me. I’m happy to be here. When it’s done, the title of it will be clear.
HipHopGame.com: How is your album changing since you started going at Dipset again?
Shit ain’t changed a bit. My album is my album. I just had some shit in my head that I wanted to get out and have some fun. These little girls didn’t slow me down. I just busted out that mixtape real quick. That was a little jab. Listen to that mixtape from front to back. That mixtape is harder than most of these niggas’ albums who came out in 2006. I’ll put that on the Bible.
HipHopGame.com: How important is the Jay-Z cosign?
That’s the big homie and he just respects what I’m doing. The clown niggas are talking about dumb shit and their jokes are horrible. They’re played out. Even if you like Dipset, you’re laughing your ass off listening to my mixtape. You know it’s the truth. They’re running around with their tight-ass jeans. They even got Wheezy Goldberg to wear those tight-ass jeans. You know they got yeast infections wearing those tight-ass Jordache jeans. We know the truth. I’m just having fun, that’s all.
The cosign is just what it is. He gets the movement. And it makes sense for all of us. Those dudes are just tight because they don’t have my lane. I’m in the carpool lane with the EZ Pass and they’re still counting change at the tollbooth.
HipHopGame.com: How involved is Jay-Z in the album?
He listens to everything. He even pays attention to my ad-libs and will be like, Turn that up, delete that one. All that type shit. I’m the sleeper. When a nigga can’t see a punch coming at you and can’t block it, that’s when it hurts the most. If you know it’s coming, you can squash your stomach up and get ready for it. Nobody saw my mixtape coming and now they’re having meetings about what to do. They’re looking stupid.
HipHopGame.com: How much work have you done with Snoop for the album?
Snoop first discovered me. We have done a lot of records together and I have worked with his producer, Terrace Martin. He brought me up to the Apollo and I went with 300 of my niggas and Snoop was bugging on my stage presence. He saw me on a DVD and was like, I have to fuck with that kid. He showed me love and I’ll always have love for him. I’m on Roc la Familia and Doggystyle. I wanted to be on a New York label but I was fucking with Snoop so much. He’s the reason I got here and we’re making it happen. I have the ROC on my back right now. I also have my own movement with Ghetto Inmates. Niggas know how I lost the first deal. Dreamworks, Steven Spielberg’s label, wasn’t ready for me. They didn’t want to put out anything edgy.
Now I’m in a better situation with Def Jam. That’s a legacy in itself. I got two of the biggest legends in the game cosigning my shit and producing my shit from front to back. Snoop gave me a lot of that big, West Coast-sounding music. That has that big feel, but you don’t ever get lost from that New York feel. You feel like you’re listening to a New York nigga the whole time. Jay brought me the other side with beats from Swizz, Just Blaze and Neo da Matrix. It’s a different style and we’re getting ready to do big things this year.
HipHopGame.com: What inspired “I Hate Rap”?
Real life shit. I’m hip to HipHopGame even though I’m not big on computers. I read the comments and people have never had much music to judge me by. These niggas don’t understand how talented I am. They think I’m some wild, gangster nigga who’s just wilds out all the time. They’re not looking at me as a nigga who’s crazy talented and has crazy concepts and can really get it in. I got thousands of songs and I don’t feel like they’re ready for it. When you drop knowledge, you get overlooked like Mos Def. I can’t come at these young kids like I want to right now because they’re all caught in this era of trying to be fake-ass niggas like Jim Jones.
No disrespect to 2Pac and I’m not saying 2Pac is fake, but they want to be 2Pac. They want to be this gangster. I can’t come at them with this real preachy kind of talk. I have to come at them so they can relate to me. They need to understand that I’m just like them. I lived that life, the same life they have. I have to address them like this so I can bring them the real meat and potatoes. I had “I Hate Rap” for three years before I put it out. I told OG Juan to put it out on the internet and that these kids would respect my pen game better. I’m not on some fake gangster shit. I’m going to let these records speak for themselves. A lot of niggas were surprised that I slapped the Bitchset so hard.
HipHopGame.com: Has the New New York Movement been successful up to this point?
There would be no “New York Shit” from Busta Rhymes without that record, and no disrespect to Busta Rhymes, cause that’s the homie and has always given me my props for sparking niggas’ minds to being themselves again. Swizz told me he was thinking about my record when got on that record. I always knew the movement was bigger than me. I tried to bring it across the country and niggas in the South were mad at me like I was hating on them. It wasn’t that. I was just tired of seeing niggas like Jim from New York not being signed to Lil’ Jon with records like “Crunk Muzik” and all that. Everything Bitchset does they took from other places. I say that if we be ourselves, the West Coast and the South will love us more. There’s enough out there for all of us to be hot at the same time.
HipHopGame.com: It was rumored that Nas and Jay were supposed to be on the “New New York” remix. Is that true?
That’s the way we had it at first. I was going to drop that record. I have the luxury of being able to get both of them on it. Those are the homies. We can always do records But I didn’t like the way a few cats from New York were taking the movement. It didn’t feel right and everyone was coming out with their own version of my movement. As far as the New New York Movement, I took it there. It’s time to move on. Now I’m on the New York Ain’t Enough Movement. I realize I have to be that young gunner to step it up and take it everywhere else. It ain’t New York City anymore. It’s Tru York City. Get ready because the ROC is coming. Roc la Familia is in the building.
HipHopGame.com: Is there a difference between Roc la Familia and Rocafella?
Roc la Familia and Rocafella are the same thing. Jay-Z did the intro to my mixtape. Tell me what other artist Jay-Z would do that for. It’s R.O.C. We’re family. One of his albums was called Roc la Familia. NORE did his reggaeton album over here and he introduced the movement to the masses. NORE is my fucking brother. I big him up for what he did with the reggaeton. I think people owe him a lot more credit than he gets. He broke a new genre of music. Roc la Familia was just another way for Jay-Z to sign artists from other walks of life to Rocafella. You can make any type of music at Roc la Familia. Last time I checked, there hadn’t been any new signees to Rocafella since Roc la Familia opened its doors. You do the math. It’s all the same thing.
HipHopGame.com: When do you want your album to come out?
I’m not even worrying about that. I’m just making music right now. I’m just having fun making music right now. I’m in a blessed situation. God is good. I’m a blessed man to be here and to be able to do this. I love making music and I love being myself. I’d never try to be anybody else. I’m not on no fake gangster shit, running around trying to be the toughest nigga. That’s not what I’m about. I’m about trying to make good records. I have a lot more songs like “I Hate Rap” but I don’t know if the world is ready for them. Once they’re listening to me, then I can give them that knowledge. A lot of great music flies over their heads like Mos Def and dead prez because they’re stuck in that fake gangster shit. We’re going to get these little niggas and we’re going to drop gems on them. Right now we’re cooking this crack.
HipHopGame.com: Saigon said you two haven’t been able to link up to do a track for his album. Are you going to do more work with Sai in the near future?
That’s my nigga and he’s family. We’ll link up in the future. Right now he’s got some work to do and I got some fish to fry. I’m not dragging anybody into my shit either. I’m not involving anybody else in this Bitchset situation. This is Tru Life. I don’t drag anybody into my shit. I just have some shit I have to take care of right now. But the homie’s on deck.
HipHopGame.com: What’s going on with the Ghetto Inmates?
They’re getting ready to come out after me on Def Jam. We stay working. We’re in the studio working. We’re just doing what the fuck it do. We’re blessed to be in a good situation and we’re going to act like that. Every day is a blessing. My team is working hard. And working on building our empire.
HipHopGame.com: What’s your focus going to be for the next couple of months?
Making my music and letting people know me more. They don’t have a lot of music to judge me by. I see the kids respected me more after “I Hate Rap.” They were saying I should have come like that first. They didn’t even know that was old. A nigga has real shit cooking. I’m just dealing with a lot of issues that people don’t know about.
I want people to know the truth about Tru Life.
For example, people want to say dumb shit like Jay-Z signed me to shelf me or to have me deal with the Dipset issues. Hov is a real nigga and he never once told me to diss Dipset. When they first started talking greasy, because he knows I’m a real nigga, he called me and told me not to put anything out. He told me he had that and he was breaking it down to me as to why I shouldn’t do certain things. He never once tried to get me involved in his problems.
HipHopGame.com: What do you want to say to everybody?
Don’t believe everything you hear. I read your comments and it’s funny to me. Niggas think he invited me to fight and that I never answered to the fight. I’ll fight them anytime they want. I might throw out ten stacks at a show so it’s nothing. I threw thirty stacks in the air in PR, loving life and showing love to the same people who support and love me. It’s nothing. Fifty stacks? C’mon, I can handle that bet. We actually called back like, You want to play this game? OG Juan and Hov said they would put up a million. I told them to put up a million dollars and I would fuck his ass up. $50,000 was a weak bet. I would take that bet. I would throw it back in the crowd. I’ll whoop his ass for free and throw it back in the crowd because $50,000 ain’t shit to me. It’s not about the money. I don’t have to brag about how rich I am and show my diamonds in the camera. Since they’re “ballin’,” why not put a million on it?
They’re playing these bitch games and I caught myself wearing my chain every night, which isn’t me, because they’re saying they robbed me. Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear. He called the radio station and told them he had $50,000 for the fight. He could have come downstairs when I was in their area. This shit is funny to me. It’s like wrestling. These dudes are lying. These dudes don’t want to kill me. These dudes don’t want to do nothing to me. These dudes just want you to believe that they’re the streets and that they’re hot. Stop being a false prophet and misleading the kids, Jenny Jones.
I’m trying to be a positive nigga and keep on pushing and doing positive things with my life. That doesn’t mean I won’t bang and ride out and slap his pink bandana across the street. Sometimes real niggas need to stand up and show people that these bitch niggas ain’t pushing no lines. I want the fans all around the world to know that Tru Life is a real individual. I’m not the craziest gangster in the world, but I back down to no motherfucking man. I fear no man but God. You have to live for something and you have to die for something. You have to stand for something if you want your mark to be left on the world. I’m on a real, righteous movement. I’m not on no fake, ignorant, dumb shit. I’m on some real shit. You smell me?