Holy Grail? More like Holy Gramps.
The search for the fountain of youth is still on because no one can really be forever young, no matter how much they rap about it. We’re looking at you, Jay Z.
Young Thug has come to terms with this, and that’s why he won’t be doing the rapping thing for the rest of his life. The Atlanta rapper tells us as much in his latest feature for GQ magazine’s Legacy Project, in which he attributes his future plans to the 45-year-old rap legend.
Why not rap forever?
I don’t want to be 50 years old and rapping, man. I’m pretty sure nobody wants to do that. I’m pretty sure Jay Z don’t wanna rap right now.
Why is rap such a young man’s game?
If you’re 30, 40 years old, you’re not getting listened to by minors. Like, Jay Z has some of the sickest lyrics ever, but I would never buy his CD, just because of my age and because of his age. By the time I turn that old, I ain’t gonna be doing what he’s doing.
Submit job suggestions to Thugger, and in the meantime, read the rest of his interview over at GQ.
PHOTO CREDIT & SOURCE: GQ