In a brief interview with GQ, the 22-year-old reveals that he definitely does not want to be rhyming past a certain age, because he's pretty sure that no one will really be listening.
"I don't want to be 50 years old and rapping, man. I'm pretty sure nobody wants to do that. I'm pretty sure Jay Z don't wanna rap right now," he said, going on to explain this rationale.
"If you're 30, 40 years old, you're not getting listened to by minors. Like, Jay Z has some of the sickest lyrics ever, but I would never buy his CD, just because of my age and because of his age. By the time I turn that old, I ain't gonna be doing what he's doing."
This doesn't mean that he doesn't want to be in the industry though, he just won't be actually making the music.
"I don't want to rap forever. But I want to be rich forever," he added. "I hope to be like Bill Gates, bro. With all the money in the world. Like Wayne, someday I want one of those kind of careers. Or Michael Jackson."
And nope, he's not dropping the "Young" from Young Thug, even when he gets "old."