Top Dawg Entertainment rap star ScHoolboy Q is keeping himself busy during the coronavirus quarantine by going online. The California native went to Instagram Live last night to interact with fans and didn’t hold back. Q had a whole lot to say, and it wasn’t always the nicest.

ScHoolboy Q Doesn’t Censor Himself W/ Fans

ScHoolboy talked to a pair of twins, almost instantly hung up on somebody else, and kept the crowd laughing the entire time with his savage remarks.

“What up? What up you ugly a** n***a??”

“Hahahahahah, ahh my n***a what’s up man? You got a twin? Ahh, these n***as ugly as fuck. Oh you tripping n***a. Shoutout them eyebrows fool, we out this b***h. Where the rest of you weird n***as at? pull up. I wanna see more of you weird n***as.”

“Oh my god. Man ain’t even weird enough, he come in, like, I need a n*gga with like one leg. A person with like one leg.”

The Video Game Platform Debate

During the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown, people are turning to their video game consoles to pass the time. Inherently linked with this comes the long-standing debate between PlayStation and Xbox, an argument that includes every type of gamer. 

Q and fellow rapper Vince Staples have traded jokes at each other on Twitter over which system is better. Back in March 2020, ScHoolboy tweeted about getting his Call of Duty grind on in their new battle royale Warzone mode. Q referenced the game’s Super Store map in his post.

“Landing at super store every round for tHe Pack out fade.” – ScHoolboy Q

“I heard the new way of coming out is buying an Xbox.” -ScHoolboy Q

Wait, There’s More

Q doesn’t play when it comes to crowd control. The hip-hop star let a fan get a little under his skin during a live performance in February 2020 and made sure to unleash some big mad words.

“That’s why I f**ked your momma last night. Your old a** momma, the old one. I bent her over and f**ked her last night. Shut the f**k up.”

Before You Go

He also said he’s going to deliver for fans before 2021. The hip-hop entertainer has vowed to release a new follow-up to 2019’s CrasH Talk album.