Mr. 3000 explains that when T.I. said, "He sh-t on me on my own record," that's not necessarily a bad thing
Any day we sit down with Andre 3000 is a good day to us. The jack (and master) of all trades recently opened up to Fuse about the future of OutKast, raising prostate cancer awareness with Gillette's "Movember" campaign and why T.I. made that strange comment about their "Sorry" collabo.
Andre 3000 tells us that when T.I. said the OutKast MC "sh-t on me on my own record," the fellow Atlanta rapper wasn't throwing shade. Andre clarified: "The term 'sh-t on me on my own record' is basically when you outdo someone on their own record." But don't get Andre wrong—he doesn't think he out-rapped Tip. "[T.I. was] just excited we were on the same record," Andre explains.
We also got some potentially bad news for OutKast fans: Andre and Big Boi aren't really sure when the next album is coming out. "We don't know what the future will be... If we decide to do something, you'll know about it." While we wait for future OutKast jams, Andre did throw in a good piece of advice: "Don't believe anything about OutKast you read on the Internet."
Check out more from Andre 3000 in the video above, and read all about "Movember" right here.