Mac Miller on Feud with Trump + Depression, Gay Rap & Hip Hop Stars

Mac Miller on Feud with Trump + Depression, Gay Rap & Hip Hop Stars

*In one of his most revealing interviews ever, rapper Mac Miller sits down with Larry King on the Emmy nominated series “Larry King Now” and opens up about his success in the music industry including his album “GO:OD A.M.,”his battle with depression and his ongoing feud with Donald Trump.

Plus, Mac Miller  discusses the acceptance of gay rap and hip hop stars & what he dropped $170K on!

Rapper Mac Miller talks with Larry King about what he considers success in the music industry — and it’s not record sales!

“The system for what success is varies from person to person. It depends what you want. There’s some people who want to have 10 million singles sold and that’s what they look at success as. For me, it’s being able to touch and affect people in a positive way.” (clip below)

He also opens up about the factors that lead to his depression including his struggle with adjusting to fame. “Fame is tricky because you read what’s said about you, and then you know what you know to be true, and the lines start to blur.” (clip below)

Mac Miller speaks about Donald Trump’s reaction to him having released his song titled Donald Trump. “At first he was really like, ‘Yeah!

There’s a song about me!’ But then he was threatening to sue me, he went on a twitter rant, it was all about me, he kept calling me ‘Little Mac Miller,’ which was awesome…  And then I realized, who does Donald Trump beef with, and it was me and Obama, I was like, ‘Hey!’” (clip below)

Addressing his year+ long feud with presidential candidate Donald Trump, Mac Miller says he’d like to get together with Trump, but will he vote for him? “I’ve never met him. We’ve had some issues, which I think is so cool.” Adding, “I would definitely be down to have a conversation with him but will I vote for him? I don’t think so.” (clip below)

Mac Miller also discusses the acceptance of gay rap and hip hop stars with Larry King saying, “I think it’s about the art. If you’re gay, straight whatever color you are it’s about making great art.” (clip below)

Plus! Mac Miller answers some hilarious fan questions – including where he buys his pants and his biggest splurge. (clip below)

The episode is now LIVE on Ora.tv (daily 2pm EST)

Clips:

Mac Miller’s Admirable Measure Of Success

Rapper Mac Miller talks with Larry King about what he considers success in the music industry — and it’s not record sales!

Mac Miller Wants To Meet With Trump — Will He Vote For Him?

Rapper Mac Miller addresses his years long feud with presidential candidate Donald Trump, saying he’d like to get together with Trump — but will he vote for him?

Mac Miller Dropped 170K On What!?

In a very amusing game of ‘If You Only Knew,’ Mac Miller details his first kiss, talks his musical influences & tells Larry what his biggest splurge was.

Could A Gay Rapper Make It? Mac Miller Says Yes!

Rapper Mac Miller discusses the acceptance of gay rap and hip hop stars with Larry King.


Hilarious! What’s Got Larry King Saying ‘Booty Sniper’ To Mac Miller?

Mac Miller answers some hilarious fan questions – including where he buys his pants.

Mac Miller Quotes: 

  • “I wanted the album to feel like a breath of fresh air.” – On the album title Go:od A.M.
  • “You’re killing it right now.” – On Larry’s ability to freestyle ideas from the top of his head
  • “I’m blessed to have built a foundation on my own.” – On having building his career independently
  • “I’m just gonna keep on making the music I like to make. If it then has more commercial appeal, maybe it will work that way.” – On whether signing with a major label will lead to him making more commercial music
  • “Fame is tricky because you read what’s said about you, and then you know what you know to be true, and the lines start to blur.” – On fame and depression
  • “I saw it on the internet and I was just shocked… I got the blessing to work with him, he was a great guy.  Very talented.” – On the death of Sean Price
  • “They [his parents] were very supportive of me being creative.” – On how his parents felt about him becoming a music artist
  • “There’s a moment in time right before the internet became oversaturated with music. So, I kinda hit that pocket of where I was putting together videos [on YouTube]… And then I released a song called ‘Donald Trump’.” – On how Mac Miller became popular.
  • “I’ve never met him. We’ve had some issues, which I think is so cool.” – On his beef with Donald Trump
  • “I did an interview where someone ask me if I really support Donald Trump and I said he was kind of a d**khead… I said I didn’t agree with anything he said.” – On how Donald Trump switched from liking Mac Miller’s song about him to not.
  • “Delusional Thomas, he’s a character I created who’s kind of like a psychopathic murderer.” – On his alias Delusional Thomas
  • “Larry Fisherman represents the studio rat in me who’s like the person who never sees the light of day and just sits there and works.” – On his alias Larry Fisherman
  • “At first he was really like, ‘Yeah! There’s a song about me!’  But then he was threatening to sue me, he went on a twitter rant… it was all about me, he kept calling me ‘Little Mac Miller,’ which was awesome…  And then I realized, who does Donald Trump beef with, and it was me and Obama, I was like, ‘hey!’” – On his beef with Trump

This Week’s Schedule:

Monday – Lisa Leslie

Wednesday – Mira Sorvino

Friday – Mac Miller

 

 

 

 

source:
Dana Steere
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