During a conversation with Fletcher Dragge, the successful musician said he don’t have time to be ill.
“I won’t watch TV or buy into any of it because they run the loop – they start, they’ll go seven minutes, they’ll speak of what they did to re-invite anyone who just joined, he said.
“What I picked up early was that this affects a lot of people, of course, with compromised immune systems, but a lot of elderly and stuff. Unfortunately, my parents are passed, and I don’t have anyone that way. But my best friend’s mom is alive, all of my best friends’ parents, things like that. Instantly, I was, like, ‘Wow, that’s a really scary thing.’
“People like us, I don’t have time to get sick. We’re out on the road and stuff… I see someone from 20 yards [away], I’m gone. I don’t have time to be ill. At least in my experience, the worst shows I’ve ever had are the ones where I had to play with a fever, and it wasn’t ’cause I played bad; it’s just because I wanted to put a gun in my mouth and end it.
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