Big Gipp, the legendary rapper and member of the group Goodie Mob, recently sat down with The Art of Dialogue for an exclusive interview. During the interview, he recounted a fearless encounter he had with notorious rap mogul Suge Knight.
Gipp revealed that he once told Suge that he was from the South and if he ever tried to slap him, he would put him down. Despite Suge’s intimidating reputation, Gipp wasn’t afraid of him and could sense that Suge knew not to mess with him.
“I ain’t never been scared of big fella; you know what I mean,” Gipp said. “Like I wasn’t scared of him like everybody else was, he could sense that you know what I mean, he was like yeah, Gipp, you stupid, I’m like yeah, I’m stupid. Back then, I was stupid. You put your hands on me. I’ma knock you down, big man.”