Peter Bailey continues his critically-acclaimed NiteCap series meeting up with Yo Gotti inside his South Beach residence where the Memphis emcee opens up about his drug-dealing past, the exploitation of street life and his hopes to bring jobs to Memphis.
This is the second interview (Ebo interview) where the interviewer is trying to give Gotti the game. They are trying to tell him that it’s time to change the narrative. It’s ok to change the narrative. As an OG it’s your responsibility to heal the streets/community/culture.Anthony Hicks
Yo gotti is tuned in...Von Keith Davis
I have brain damage from a police brutality ln 2018 and I have a hard time understanding the bars now I've noticed.Jake Rodgers Pyrotechnic Fun
You tha KINGChat S
CMG for Life naptown 317Momo Stoopy
GD HIS FOREHEAD Z BIG A.F. LOL😁 HIS FOREHEAD CAN BE ITS OWN PIECE OF PROPERTY.....I CAN BUILD A COUPLE OF HOUSES ON THATKevin Love
Gotti was a dood dat I've always looked up to because his principles and morals dat he live by are authentic and seeing his transition is what has got me to the point of my life I'm in now but I'm still striving for better! 💯💯Latron Landrum
yo gotti is wise, talented and truthful
he's humble at the same time
he's a real guy not only in a street way but just being genuine. he's one artist in my list nowadays that's believable to me. like he said I see more people want to be street than are street,the goal is to get out the street, truth
Dope interview Peter 💪🏾👍🏾Taj Longino Show
Scroll down past the spoiled ass satan self ignorant ppl saying our lives arent worthy enough to be related to in order to bring us up, just like Jesus, the real good hearts down there <3PEACE'S LIFE RECOVERY
DISCRIMINATING, JUDGEMENTAL PPL: You definitely know who's from the hood & who isn't bc people DONT MAKE IT OUT ONCE THERE. THIS IS HERE TO INSPIRE US LIVING IN THE HOOD THAT THEY RELATE & WE CAN ACTUALLY LEAVE IF WE GO TO WAR. People think it's being glorified here, but that proves if YOU were in our shoes, you'd have ended up a suicide. That's why it's a badge of honor. To come from below poverty line, all the death traps & slavery no middle class person can even imagine, constant fear, constant pain, to success?! ..many middle classes don't even succeed w/ their many opportunities; YES ACTUALLY SURVIVING & LEAVING THE HOOD IS a badge of honor! GOD WILL MAKE SURE YOU END UP IN THE HOOD IF YOURE HATING & TURNING YOUR NOSE UP; IT HAPPENED TO ME, WATCH.PEACE'S LIFE RECOVERY
Dog I really respect what you're doing!!!!!Simon Potter
Your a good man I've watched several of your interviews and I support everything your doing,keep up the good work.MrHayven Games And Life Stories
screets or streets???? damnPercy / ASTRONAUT STATUS.
word thoAnxiety Music
I really like how from the rappers perspective you get that they actually made it out the hood and became successful. Being from and still in it. Still being here is an individuals choice. But the problem is we are not aware that we have a choice. I look at it as proof that we all are unique. Especially in the scope through which we see the world. Rappers just play from there paradigm or lens that they witness and experience the world around them. Truth is everyone has the responsibility to take care of themselves. Leaving the quality of their life completely up to them. Find a way to express yourself and make that pay the bills and take care of your people.Jacoby Christaw
I believe that peter tries to get the people that he interviews to realize that there music is negative and that they do it by exploiting the struggles of people who really live that life. But he beats around the bush with the questions so that he doesnt seem to come off as judging themI AM MEDIA
CHECK OUT BLIZZARD-G STORY OF MY LIFE IF U FUCK WIT IT SUBSCRIBE🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥Jacob Boerum
Gotti looking so good😘😘😘Janay Belford
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