YG Talks Being Shot & Announces Sophomore Album ‘Still Krazy’

YG sat down with Billboard for the first-time after being shot in Los Angeles following a recording session in Studio City. In the interview he talks about the day he got shot, clarifying that he doesn’t know who it was or was the motivation was and that he only got shot once. He also mentioned that his sophomore album will be called Still Krazy.

Read some excerpts where YG speaks about the shooting incident below.

What happened the night you got shot? 
A little incident. I got shot in my hip, but I’m all right.

Who shot you?
I don’t know, and it don’t matter. I got lucky because a main artery is right there, right around the groin. The bullet didn’t go that deep, and it didn’t hit any bones.

Bullet? Reports said you were shot three times.
Nah, I got shot one time. It was three bullet holes because it went in, went out and went back in again.

Did you really not see who shot you? What do you think their motivation was? Was it gang-related?
It was not gang-related at all. It just happened out of the blue. We don’t know who did it, we don’t know why. We don’t know nothing.

What was going through your mind when it happened?
Survival. After I got shot, I’m telling everybody, “Take me to the hospital, because I can’t die.” We hop in my homie’s car and bam — we got in a car accident! We hit an island trying to avoid another car. We had to hop out of the totaled car, hop in another car. At the hospital we had to tell people, “Take me serious right now — you don’t even understand what’s going on.” It was wild.

How are you feeling now? 
I’m good. I left the hospital that night, and the next day I went back to the studio. Nobody wanted me to go. My mama tells me, “What are you talking about ‘going to the studio?’” But you know, I got s*** to do — this s*** don’t stop for nobody. I came straight to the studio on my little crutches.

You’re a tough guy.
Yeah. I’m hard to kill.

Read the full story over at Billboard


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