Ghostface Killah Drops Jewels On All, From Skydiving To Richard Gere Flicks (Video)

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Ghostface Killah loves to hold court with his humor, and giving some Stapleton wisdom on all subjects. Pitchfork’s “Over/Under” series knows this, and questioned the 36 Seasons maker about everything from foot massages to his thoughts regarding Bill Cosby’s ongoing rape scandal.

Ghost’, in an especially perky mood, waves off some of the questions, but has plenty to say about skydiving. The Wu-Tang Clan co-founder calls jumping from a plane the most “peaceful” and silent moment he’s had in his life. He admits he also has interest in hang-gliding too. G.F.K. also champions Richard Gere’s Internal Affairs, quite quotably. There are some pointed thoughts regarding President Obama’s time in office, hypnosis, and how the evil that you do when you can get away with it, usually comes back to haunt.

Entertaining, but there’s some honesty in between the smiles and jesting.

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