By Erika Ramirez
Before sitting down with Sway for ’RapFix Live,’ Big Sean stopped by "The Source" Magazine yesterday (March 22nd). Due to the short time within the interview and his song mate’s, Chris Brown, "Good Morning America" outburst, The Source broke the news to the G.O.O.D. music artist asked for his thoughts on the matter.
“Man, I just called him. His phone was off. I didn’t know what was going on,” Big Sean continued. “He’s a real f----n G, man. He works so hard. People are human beings. You have to remember that s--t. When you become a “celebrity” or people look at you in a certain light it kind of dehumanizes you because people don’t expect you to be human they expect you to be human. It’s like if a regular dude smacks a girl, it’s bad but if a celebrity smacks a girl it’s the worst shit ever. You don’t know what the hell they had going on in their relationship. You don’t know what the f--k she was doing. You don’t’ know what the f--k he was doing. We don’t know. So we can’t comment on it like that. All we can do is observe it and leave that s--t alone. It’s way in the past.
Before speaking on Brown’s past with Rihanna, Big Sean shared how both, Chris Brown and himself, teamed up to collaborate. “He came out to one of my shows at NYU, out of nowhere, here. I didn’t know he was coming. I’m like, ‘what the hell are you doing here?’ He’s like, ‘man, I’m Chris Brown. I f---s with your music, heavy. Let’s work.’” Big Sean told The Source. “I thought dude was on bulls--t but he really reached out. We set up some studio sessions. We did like four or five songs.”
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