Interviewer: Can you, I don’t know if you’ve ever said this in an interview, can you tell them your theory, on how Ray J, has never taken an L?
Vince Staples: Ray J will never lose, Ray J is the man, Ray J is probably top 5, hip-hop, West Coast of all time
Interviewer: Why? Why do you feel this way, Vince?
Vince Staples: Does Ray J not have hits?
Interviewer: He has a couple hits
Vince Staples: Ray J was the first Blood on a record that was certified. Have you seen the [?] interview?
Interviewer: No, what did he say in it?
Vince Staples: Without Ray J, there is no game. This interview, first Ray J album, peep that out. I was just a youngster hanging on the 9 block. Okay?
Interviewer: It’s, it’s, it’s more facts like, he has… Facts, why, what you mean he never takes an L? He always end up winning?
Vince Staples: You like Kanye West music don’t you?
Interviewer: Of course I do
Vince Staples: You like [?] don’t you?
Interviewer: Of course
Vince Staples: You like VH1 don’t you?
Interviewer: VH1 is a great channel
Vince Staples: Ray J has had a hand in everything that’s occurred in black culture. Nigga disrespected the money team. Ray J was the first to pop up. Bro, everything that we love is directly directed to Ray J. Period
Interviewer: Excuse me
Vince Staples: For the, for the, for the love of Ray J
Interviewer: For the love
Vince Staples: Love & Hip-Hop, Ray J. That was the name of that fucking song on that show, period
Interviewer: Woah, woah. Corey, can you work on getting a Ray J feature for this?
Vince Staples: We don’t need a Ray J feature, we not ready for nothing like that. We just need a cosign