His Little Brother, Ohla
Bodega Bamz: “Ohla is the Wizard of Oz of this whole Tanboys and Bodega movement. Ohla is the engine. Me without Ohla is like Scottie Pippen without Jordan: He might go to the playoffs but he won’t win that championship. And vice versa.
“He’s a heavy influence on everything that I do. It’s the same tandem as Puffy and Big or Dame and Jay. The only difference is he’s my blood brother. This is not like a friend that I randomly bumped into at Starbucks.
Ohla taught himself how to be an engineer. He didn’t go to school to engineering school. No, Ohla became an engineer by default because he had to be mine.
“Niggas were charging ridiculous amounts of money for an hour a session, so he took it upon himself to be my engineer. Niggas wasn’t wanting to shoot videos for me, so he became my videographer. Ohla taught himself how to be an engineer. He didn’t go to engineering school. No, Ohla became an engineer by default because he had to be mine. He became good and he’s becoming better and better.
“Ohla is the Stanley Kubrick of this rap shit, he’s a visionary. If Ohla wants to be a director full time, I feel like nobody fucking with him. The same way I feel like nobody is fucking with him on some engineering shit. He’s my photographer and he’s my day to day manager. We still live together. He wears like seven hats. He’s going to be the most successful person in the world.
“But fuck that nigga. He lost his virginity before me.”