ODB Jr. looked back on Ol' Dirty Bastard's funeral, growing up on food stamps, and the status of the Wu-Tang rapper's unreleased third album during an exclusive interview with VladTV.
When speaking about his upbringing, ODB Jr. confirmed that his family was on food stamps at the time his father released his highly acclaimed debut album, Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, in 1995. The Brooklyn native explained that things have always been rough financially for his family, as he added that his family wasn't ever taught how to save money. ODB Jr. then told us that he is very careful with his own money due to the financial struggles that his family went through.
Moving along, ODB's son spoke about his father's unreleased third album. When asked who legally has ownership of the album, ODB Jr. leaves the status up to mystery after failing to confirm whether his family or Dame Dash has legal rights to project.