Malone presented his thoughts on our government, the current disgusting face of which is an allegedly human-esque hybrid of neo-Nazi sympathy and Filet-O-Fish orgies, during a recent discussion with the routine providers of quality interviews over at Montreality.
The "biggest lie," Malone said, would "have to be" the U.S. government. "It's not what it used to be," he explained. "It used to be so sick and about the people and about freedom and all that shit, but now it's just bullshit. Now it's a fucking reality show, and I think there's going to be a lot of weird shit that happens within our lifetime and within our generation that really changes the way of the world." Malone also advised that Americans not "give up," but instead move to "the country" because "whenever martial law is declared," you'll only have three days to spare.
The interview also includes some Malone comments on 50 Cent, cartoons, video games, band T-shirts, apps, and more. Catch it in full up top.
In April, Malone hits the road for an extensive North American tour with "Rockstar" collaborator 21 Savage. The tour kicks off at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland April 26 and wraps at beautiful San Francisco's Shoreline Amphitheatre June 24. Shortly after announcing his summer show plans, Malone shared another glimpse at his delayed Beerbongs & Bentleys project with new single "Psycho" featuring Ty Dolla Sign: