Schoolboy Q tells his craziest groupie story

Groupie From Hell Forces ScHoolBoy Q to Leave Pitchfork Music Festival

She tried to put her hands on the wheel

There’s a reason why rappers have a love-hate relationship with women. Tupac dropped one of the most memorable quotables on the subject during an interview in 1995, “I love women, but I hate bitches.” Let’s be real: Most women get offend by the words “bitch,” “hoe,” and “groupie.” However, despite the negative connotations and their frivolous usage, the words have a proper place. For rap stars as big as ScHoolboy Q, the word ‘groupie’ can equate to nightmare.

TDE is known to be a playful camp of pranksters, and the jokes on the road can get pretty intense. As a growing label, fame can be some what of a scary place. Take this interesting (and by interesting we mean terrifying) story for example, which happened only a few weeks ago during TDE’s Pitchfork Music Festival performance in Chicago.

Let’s set the stage: Imagine being flashed by a crazed fan while performing on stage. Doesn’t sound too bad right? Well, what if that very same fan threw themself into the back of your moving van like a torpedo. Creep level: 1,000.

No one can tell this story better than Q himself. Here’s what happens when you try to put your hands on ScHoolboy Q’s wheel. Check out the video in the player above as ScHoolboy Q talks about his bone-chilling experience with the groupie from hell.


Schoolboy Q tells his craziest groupie story

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