Mystikal says previous prison sentence hurt his career


Talking to Vice magazine, Mystikal reflected on how his prison sentence made him man up but hurt his rap career, his family and how people see him as a person. "It's all bad, it's all f***** up. Ain't nothing cute about it no matter how you try to phrase it," he said. "When artists do that [kind of behavior] - I'm speaking about myself - we give the naysayers a chance to say, 'See?! I told you,' and it gives the rap game on the whole a black eye. It cost me my freedom, my career and being around my family, so we gotta pay attention to the moves we make. But I can say in spite of everything, I'm a better man for it."

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