GG: What is the weirdest groupie experience you had after signing your deal with Def Jam?
Ludacris: The weirdest groupie experience I encountered was being on tour one time and there was a family that like followed my tour bus. Like a family. Mother, father and children followed my tour bus from one city to the next and that freaked me the f**k out. (laughs) To where my security had to stop the bus and get off and make them stop following us. That’s crazy.
GG: Did Mike Myers ever give you feedback on your song, the Austin Powers-inspired "Number One Spot?’’
Ludacris: Yeah, he did man. I actually got a chance to talk to him and I was real excited about that. Even though he wasn’t able to be in the video because that was my main goal for the ‘’Number One Spot.’’ He told me that he was a fan of it, he loved it and it was great. But, I will tell you what is even better than that was Quincy Jones who originally made the “Soul Bossa Nova” beat was the one who told me he loved it. And you know, him being a legend and an icon is even better.