Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo Address the Gift and Curse of Being 50's Allies on About.com
With all the tragedies that you guys faced recently, what type of life lessons do you draw from these experiences and how do they affect you when you step inside the recording booth?
Banks: I mean, it's not really a lesson. The situation with my pops, that's something that's promised -- you never beg for it. Anything you do for a certain amount of time becomes a habit. Days go by 24 hours, but ours go by 12 hours a day because we live so fast. So, you never really buckle down to think about those kinda things because you're always on the move. The issues affect you, and everybody has a right to deal with it in their own way. Some people can deal with it by going out and venting and just bugging out and sh*t. But with me, somethings have to be kept personal. My mother just got out of the hospital from the car wreck. She totaled the Escalade and cracked her skull in two places, so she'll be kinda like in the bed for the next month. - Rap.about.com
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