Goodz began by addressing the concept of “if it’s not on Smack/URL, it doesn’t count.” He believes that for him and other battlers who are cut from that cloth, this is a true statement; however, he doesn’t think that is the case for every single battler in the world. For those who come from the KOTD or Don’t Flop backgrounds, then winning on those platforms would rightfully mean more to them than a victory on Smack/URL.
Goodz also spoke about the presence of celebrities involved with Battle Rap, and how he couldn’t care less about battling them. He thinks that instead of battle, celebrities who show interest in the lyrical sport should sign some of the battlers and help them make real money. Giving him a cosign doesn’t mean anything to Goodz. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KkyXoE8ZZc