American rapper, Faheen Rashad Najm popularly known as T-Pain has explained why he keeps talking publicly about his struggles with depression and anxiety.
In an interview with Trevor Noah on the Daily Show, T-Pain stated emphatically and confessed that during his prime, people were more focused on money flaunting, but nobody knows when you’re mentally distorted.
According to the Florida native rapper, he enjoys doing it since it’s different from the interview that aired on Tuesday, November 1st, because musicians before him never really made their problems public because they were so focused on flaunting their wealth and jewelry.
“I love being vocal about things like that because it wasn’t set in the blueprint before me,” T-Pain said. “Everybody was always – it’s all about blinging, it’s all about having a bunch of money and having all this, and nobody tells you about the down. Everybody always tells you about the up.”
The Young Money Records Entertainment signee, T-Pain continued; “And I always look back at the people that came before me and I’m like ‘Why didn’t y’all tell me about this?’ Like, according to them, it was all – it’s money, girls, big house, somehow your wife don’t find out about any of that. You know, the fantasy world.
“As much as you try to create the perfect world around you, no matter what you do, you can have charities, you can do all these great things, you’re still going to have these downs because there’s no magical world in the multiverse that everybody is happy all the time.”
In other news, Sean P. Diddy, the legendary hiphop singer and business entrepreneur, is set to purchase a new cannabis company in the New York City
P. Diddy, who broke into the billionaire club by entering the Canabis business, is adding a new company to his empire by spending $185 million to purchase the company to make him world’s largest black-owned marijuanna company.
According to his team, despite the fact that purchasing the cannabis company will make it the world’s largest marijuanna production company, he wants to shift the narrative in how people criminalize cannabis.
His new company will include retail locations and will operate in major US cities such as Greenfield and Worcester, Massachusetts, as well as Chicago, Jefferson Park, and Villa Park.