He said "Dad, I'm weird, but I don't have a problem with that". I laughed, and I was like "Well, number 1, why do you think you're weird, and number 2, why don't you have a problem with that?". And he looked me in my eyes and he was like : "Well, I say I'm weird, number 1, because I know I'm weird. And I don't have a problem with it because that's me and whoever don't like it, they don't have to be around me, I'm comfortable with me and who I am". In my head I thought "That was bold", Illest shit about it all, said that at 10 years-old. So I could die right now and feel like he know all he need to know.
Joe Budden, Truth Or Truth Part 1 (Slaughterhouse)