Anderson .Paak says his son is a massive BTS fan.
“I tell him, ‘Yeah, K-pop is where it’s at, man,’” .Paak said about his 9-year-old son. “’Make sure you keep up with your Korean, because you could be rapping in Korean one day, and we’ll fly your ass out there, and you won’t got to worry about shit.’”
“I’m working on trying to get that plug, man,” he joked. “If you know of any way, let me know, bro.”
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Elsewhere in the Esquire interview, .Paak also spoke about his mentor, Dr. Dre: “Dre’s having a good-ass time. That’s already his life—isolation, working all the time. I think he was probably used to it. But he’s having fun now because a lot of people have more time on their hands, so they can come visit him and make music with big Uncle Dre.”