You can find the interview here in all its glory, but I believe my favorite part was when Travie asked Gabe what would happen in a fight between Justin Bieber and the Jonas Brothers. Gabe answered correctly, stating
Dude, Bieber would own all the JoBros with one arm tied behind his back. Bieber’s from the streets; he ain’t nevah scurred. Their purity rings wouldn’t stand a chance against his skills. And he’d have no remorse either.
Amen, Gabe Saporta. Bieber 4 Lyfe.
While I love this interview, really I just wanted a reason to talk about what I’ve been up to in recent days, and that is road-tripping my ass off to get to a Cobra Starship show in Atlanta. That happened Monday night, and let me just tell you that if you don’t love Cobra Starship, then I don’t know what else you’re doing in your life. From the band’s origins to the ways they spend their free time now that they’re kind of famous, they are clearly superior to the vast majority of popular bands today.
Travie McCoy also played, and he had a surprise guest: T-Pain. Apparently they did a song together on Travie’s new album, but I’m not sure because when he came out, I was promptly shoved about two feet forward and I felt like I should stop listening for a minute to introduce myself to the girl whose ass I was all up on. 3OH!3 was there too, and they were fun, but my friend passed out about three songs in and had to be carried over the barrier, so I left to check on her. Also, some tall douchebag next to me kept fist-pumping and kept elbowing my head, so I was kind of over it.
For Cobra Starship I slipped back in to a more tame part of the crowd, and I threw my fangs up like it was my job. Because Cobra Starship is amazing. Have you learned yet?