Nardo joined DJ Akademiks for the latest episode of his Off the Record podcast on Wednesday (January 26) and clarified that it was his lifestyle and circumstances that led him to commit robberies on a regular basis.
attempted to stop the bleeding with an explanation that he was speaking his truth and not trying to influence any of his listeners decisions. Nardo joined DJ Akademiks for the latest episode of his Off the Record podcast on Wednesday (January 26) and clarified that it was his lifestyle and circumstances that led him to commit robberies on a regular basis. When my momma first came home from prison, and I started to get older so began to realize, We really struggling, he said. I slept on the floor three years straight, thats why I never had to have a bed. Even when I was doing it. I knew I wanted to rap. I knew I wanted to rap since I was 14. I just never had the time or the funds. I was just waiting, trying to perfect my craft. Nardo also admitted he was around drugs such a young age with his family having crack around the house when he was about five years old. I been around this shit my whole life since I can remember, Nardo said. Im four or five and my uncles cooking crack and Im asking what that is A circle of crack and they like, A grown-up cookie. Its always been in me. My mom was really street and my daddy was serving. The controversy originally stemmed from Nardo Wicks interview with the Big Facts Podcastwhere he explained how it just made more sense to him to rob someone for about $5,000 rather than work for a $500 paycheck. I would just look at it like I would go rob a n-gga and get this much, why would I go to work, he added. But you got to think, for real though, if I go do this to somebody and get $7,000 or $5,000, why Im finna go to work for two weeks and make $500, hell nah. Read more