31. "I would say his steering wheel is on the wrong side but it's really on the right side which is the left side, which is the right side, which is the left side, which would be the right side if it's on that side to us it's the wrong side but to some people it's the right side" -Cam'ron
Tim Westwood was driving Dipset around in London, but he was doing so in an American vehicle. The steering wheel was on the left side, not the right side, like traditional British vehicles. Of course, Cam offered some incredible commentary.