Peter Bailey shares a NiteCap with 50 Cent's protege at his G-Unit rehearsal inside New York City's SIR studios where the New Orleans native details being shot six times in front of his mother, changing his life around, 50 as his mentor and giving back to New Orleans.
Man that's peanut I went to school with this niggaDark Blood Gt
probably Wayne jealous when he went to 50'$crew!!!who knows what up???????7 real Talk!Gabriel H!
when you start loosing you're friends damm!!!R.I.P Locha!Victor! and to all those who lost their loved ones!!!love peace! real Talk!!!!!!!7Gabriel H!
"You know what I'm saying"
Ima make a shirt of that quote.
I respect this cat, he's humble and intelligent
one of new orleans underrated artist and he's involved with positive things in his community after katrina, peace
yo that interviewer could pass for Niki minaj's ex man and pocket book carrier for her safaree!😭😭😭CLYDE CASSKETS
I thought fiddy got shot 9 times thoBabyboy 5star
i like the fact that he changed live a better life now if every young can see like him its would be better and his smart too.David Louis
Who says "Na what I'm saying?" More? Kidd Kidd or Scotty P from were the millers?Guy
Why did he get shot?Ruben Brugel
Losing anybody so soon in anyway fucks you up and changes you, for realBryan Foster
" like a cartoon that bih b bukuuuuu long" bruh N.O. niggaz wild... fam talmbout gettin shot like a football play ...Banks&Broad 3
french quarter and bourbon street are not the only tourists spots bruh ... most popular tho but not the only.... much love to kidd kidd tho #nolaBanks&Broad 3
This was one of the BEST interviews I have seen in a while ! 504 "ya heard me "!applemac5
Why didn't he just start the car?THE1
I really feel what he's talking about. I feel more comfortable in the hood than I do in other places, Iono if I LIKE it but it's home for me. I feel more comfortable seeing small ghetto houses, tagged up stop signs, hanging by the corner store, which is sad lol but it's the lifestyle.THE1
You'd have more subscribers if you treated other people decent, not just the people who can help you out NiteCap.Annoyed Citizen
Kidd Kidd is nice wid the flow..if yall could listen to your heart sometimes youd understand..that when niggas repetitively be saying..younamean...yanowahimsayin..yafeelme...yadigg..knowatimean..they real niggas all heart to the core...thats how a nigga keep himself in check wid reality...yaheardmeh!Ryan Nugent
Nikka said 36 times in another interview he said 32 which one is it?brian mercado
Go head switch the style up and if they hate let them hate and watch the money pile up... 50Lavonte Moses
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