It's been one hell of a year for Eastside Crackhead. The Queens native says he's the "b...
The "Test Your Work" rapper says he began doing crack after serving six years for selling a dime of crack. An older chick he'd been eyeing for some time gave him the time of day, and Eastside made sure to seize the opportunity - unfortunately for the two of them, however, his love interest was heavily into drugs. "She's probably dead, she was doing everything," Eastside recalls.
Some years later, Eastside Crackhead got married, divorced and had children in the process. It was then he took to the streets, rapping in front of strip clubs and the like for exposure. Though Eastside has been rapping for the better part of his life, he didn't get his claim to fame until Meek Mill reposted one of his videos. "I'm still on the street getting high and people looking at me like I'm Jay Z or somebody," Eastside states.
Press play to hear Eastside Crackhead explain why he was embarrassed to stay in his hometown of Queens, how "curiosity" got the best of him, and where he used to work before becoming a viral star above.