What Happens When You Don’t Cut A Switch

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I’m a big kid now…dun, dun.

The following are pieces of an interview Not So Lil Bow Wow conducted with XXL.

”But to me, honestly Will wasn’t like a real rapper.”

Ok, maybe I can see that argument. Elaborate for me.

”He was more like a gimmick. Then he zapped in to get a TV show, and it was on and poppin’. Then after that he was in Hollywood. So things came easy for him. With me, I’m a rapper. I ain’t with the whole colorful cornball type things. That’s just not my style.”

What an interesting comment coming from someone discovered by Snoop Dogg and ultimately put onto the scene at the age of 12 by Jermaine Dupri – a man known to make you “Jump, Jump.” Uh huh. Uh huh. Uh huh.

”Will [Smith] can act, but he does more of those blockbuster Hollywood movies, which I wanna do. But also I wanna do it like Denzel-movies that really mean something. I feel like I can definitely be better than him.”

The few times I’ve seen him on the screen, each time I’ve thought, “Man. This kid is going to knock Sidney Poitier out of the water. Just look how he plays the role of an arrogant spoiled brat, much like his actual persona. Riveting.”

”We just found each other, and we just riding it out,” he says of the relationship. ”It’s a beautiful situation.”

Dude finally got some cooter and don’t know how to act.

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