On Beanie Sigel’s first appearance on Tax Season—a three-hour conversation with DJ Kyra Chaos that covers his inner turmoil with State Property, Roc-A-Fella history, and more—Taxstone asks him about the new Philly rappers running the game today. On the subject of Meek Mill, he says he should cut out the “yes men” in his entourage and suggests he take some time away from the limelight.

“You don’t gotta take care of everybody. Remember them nights when you were up at CFCF [Curran-Formhold Correctional Facility]. You was fucked up, and them money orders wasn’t coming through. You couldn’t go to canteen like that. Remember them days, dog. Styles said it in one of them night: ‘Your broad will come see you twice. Your mom will come forever.’ Just think about them times when you were by yourself. And it’s cool to go away. I said: ‘Sometimes you gotta go away to make a comeback. And those know when they go, don’t even come back.’ It’s bigger than the 215. Just words from somebody who been through it.”