"It's incredible. Everything you would have [typically] worked for is given to you when you have money. There was a point where I hustled for clothes. Now the clothing companies ship boxes of clothes to me."

"People look at you on television and see you are wearing stuff like a shirt from S&D Underground that cost $1,100. They walked past that shirt in the store knowing it cost $1,100. So when they see somebody on the strip walk by with that shirt, it means that person had $1,100 to spend and didn't care. It makes for perception-that you're on another level."

"When I do go home to New York it's the most difficult place to be. Everybody feels that you owe them something. But when I got shot everybody didn't come to the crib to do something. Everybody didn't want to be involved. So I watch those situations."