VladTV interviewed Slim Jesus in his first ever sit-down—and it will never be the same.
Slim was asked a series of questions pertaining to his “Drill Time” video, his influences, his upbringing, and more. The answers he gave—when he wasn’t annoyingly cursing up a storm or speaking high levels of slang in order to look as G’d up as possible—were basic, yet (sort of) truthful.
He admitted that even though his raps make it seem like he’s ’bout that life, he’s really not with that.
“I’m not out here catching bodies and sh-t, obviously,” he clarified. “Like, I’m f-cking smart. I realize that if you got an opportunity to get out of a spot, you shouldn’t be f-cking around and catching bodies and sh-t.” He also added, “If I rapped about driving around in a f-cking car, f-cking listening to country music, nobody would give a f-ck about that sh-t. I make music about some sh-t because it sounds cool. I like making music. I make cool music.”
Awkward. But an even more awkward moment occurred when Vlad asked him about how he recorded “Drill Time.”
“Man, I found that beat and I was just like, ’I gotta go off on this.’ I don’t know, it was just a dope little song that came together,” Slim said, neglecting to mention anything about writing bars. It reaffirmed my suspicion that it was written by a friend of Slim’s who’s actually living that thug life.
He also showed love to Amber Rose, Meek Mill and Lil Bibby for rocking with his movement. Watch the rest of the fake AF interview above.