Richard Ramirez: I know some hate that I do this, but I love it.
Lil B: He hit me up on Twitter.
Ramirez: Soon after, Black Leather Jesus came.
Lil B: It was great.
Ramirez: Being gay, I decided to use men. I got a lot of negative responses in the beginning.
Lil B: He's a good businessman and I'm really working on my entrepreneurship.
Ramirez: I’ve lost a lot of masters throughout the years.
Lil B: I was just joking around about fucking Kanye in the ass.
Ramirez: Vintage radios, turntables, sheet metal, pipes, chains, meathook, field recordings.
Lil B: Cross him over a couple times and make him feel like a son.
Ramirez: That is something that my boyfriend and I are into.
Lil B: More about my business and my work ethic and how hard I go and how active I am with my support base and what I'm doing without his help or a major label or anybody.
Ramirez: Some even like it.
Lil B: Hmm.
Ramirez: It’s a matter of opinion. I don’t give a shit, though.
Lil B: He knows I’m very controversial like him.
Richard Ramirez: It was artists like Nurse With Wound, NON, Merzbow, and The Haters that initially got my attention.
Lil B: He looks like somebody that's gonna hate you. I've seen a couple snapshots of him. He just looks like a hater, bro. You know it’s all love over here.
Ramirez: I love our community of artists.
Lil B: Am I gonna fuck Kevin Durant’s bitch?
Ramirez: That does not interest me at all.