Indianapolis, IN, October 16, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Coolio shared his feelings about "Weird Al" Yankovic during a recent interview on the Chris Brake Show. Coolio was upset when Yankovic released a parody of Coolio's hit song “Gangsta's Paradise” without Coolio's approval in 1996. Coolio also talks about bad record contracts with Tommy Boy Records, feuding with Nadia Almada on the Big Brother show, and how he handled other kids making fun of him while growing up.
"I used to go hard on fools with 'Yo Mama' jokes. I wouldn't stop," Coolio said. "If I was baggin' on you at night and you went home, when you came outside your house in the morning the next day I'd be there waiting for you."
Coolio also talks about his appearance on the “Rachel vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off” television show, where he was teamed up with Guy Fieri against Rachel Ray and Lou Diamond Phillips. Coolio has been cooking since he was 10 years old, and created his own style of cooking called "Ghetto Gormet." He even released his own video series and cookbook called “Cookin' with Coolio.”
Listen to the full Coolio interview on the Chris Brake Show podcast, episode #56. Download the Chris Brake Show podcast for free on iTunes, Stitcher or at chrisbrakeshow.com
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