Ramriddlz Believes "Every Kid Tries to Sell Drugs" (They Do Not) - DJBooth

Ramriddlz Believes "Every Kid Tries to Sell Drugs" (They Do Not)

Rest assured all millennial parents reading this article: all children do not try to sell drugs.
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Ramriddlz is a 23-year-old Egyptian-Canadian emcee from Mississauga, Ontario without a Wikipedia page to his name whose 2015 single, "Sweeterman," was famously covered by Drake.

On the heels of releasing his new full-length album, Sweeter Dreams, the rapper-singer born Ramy Abdel-Rahman sat down for an interview MONTREALITY, where he discussed a variety of random topics, including the Drake cover ("It's cool that he appreciated my song and shit."), his ultimate fetish ("Some dirtbag shit.") and the "worst thing he's ever put his parents through."

"I remember the first time I got caught with some weed and shit, I was definitely the worst drug dealer," said Ramriddlz. "Every kid tries to, like, sell drugs at one point."

I know Ramriddlz is from Canada, where things are a bit different than here in the United States, but rest assured all millennial parents reading this article: all children do not try to sell drugs.

As a kid, I remember selling candy bars outside of the local grocery store to raise money for my baseball team. I also fondly recall collecting donations as a volunteer for a special needs organization. But drugs? Yeah, no.

According to data collected in 2013, by 8th grade, only 16.5% of children try marijuana. 

Ram went on to explain that, after his mother found his stash, which he says was "literally seven grams," she threatened to call the police. Luckily, Momma Abdel-Rahman's threats turned out to be empty and now her son is a professional recording artist.

Now, all he needs is that Wikipedia page.

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