[Laughs] I’m actually very good.
Does everybody ever say to you, “What up? What’s up, man?”
[Laughs] Well, yeah, I’ve been getting asked that since I first came to New York. I think that’s how New York is. Sometimes, I hear, “Oh, let’s go, bro. Why you playing rap?” And I hear, “Oh, bro, let’s go to this party.”
What do you mean, the party?
It’s the whole thing. It’s all about dancing and partying. I do not dance, bro; I do not give people a free hand, to dance around. I’ll dance with a girl, but I’m not going to give her a hand job. I do not give any of my women free hand jobs.
I guess that’s why you don’t give people free hand jobs in the bedroom?
Exactly, right. When I’m with my woman, I do not give them a hand job. I want to make sure that they’re getting what they want. When they try to make moves, I have to push back, right?
So then how do you decide which woman to get the free handjob?
It’s just so crazy what a hand job looks like with a woman. You have to give them a little push to make them like the idea more. They might not want to do it, but if you’re feeling like there’s no way she won’t do it if she’s given a little push, you’re not going to pull. But in my opinion, it’s an all-or-nothing situation. So I really respect the ladies that I’m with, but if I give them a little push and they’re not into it, then I’m not giving her much.
Let’s talk about you. You’re so funny. How do you handle that?
It’s funny; I was just talking to someone today and I remember she [said] she saw me on television, and I’m like, “What?” I didn’t even get invited to the party. So I can’t really explain it to you. I actually don’t like the idea of “I’m pretty cool!” But the fact is, I love the attention that I get with people. I love everybody’s reaction. They have no idea what it’s like to be a rapper, and I never knew it, but I do. I