On day 31 of the longest federal shutdown in American history, the Migos member sat down with Lakin Starling to share his feelings on the subject and the status of the country. The premise of the conversation was about Offset’s upcoming album, but politics took over.
“This ain’t supposed to be going down,” the 27-year-old told Esquire. “Not in America. … All these other countries when I go there, they’re inspired by us. Seeing people talk about how they can’t pay their bills but they have to work. That’s some slave shit.”