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<p>The millionaire rapper, who released his fourth album Before I Self Destruct last November, has no problem forgoing first class for the cheaper economy seats. &ldquo;I really don&rsquo;t mind flying coach if I have to,&rdquo; he tells Interview magazine in the December 2009/January 2010 issue.</p><p>And where exactly can you find the &ldquo;In Da Club&rdquo; hitmaker on the aircraft? &ldquo;If the front of the plane is sold out, I&rsquo;ll sit in the back. Some people are like, &lsquo;Oh, first class is sold out. I can&rsquo;t go.&rsquo; I guess they care about people seeing that they&rsquo;re not sitting in first class.&rdquo;</p><p>As for Fiddy, he doesn&rsquo;t need a seat to validate his celebrity status. &ldquo;I&rsquo;m clear with my financial space&mdash;I don&rsquo;t need to get any validation by someone else who sits next to me in first class. If you think a seat in first class makes you a star, then you&rsquo;re not one.&rdquo;</p><p>&nbsp;</p>

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