With Yo Gotti's new studio album on the way, I AM (Nov. 19), TheFeaturePresentation caught up with the Memphis raised rapper. 

In the interview, Yo Gotti addressed his decision to say away from rappers because they often as like girls. 

"Rappers too 'if-y'. They're like girls and s***. N*** be on they periods. Then they with all this fake industry s***. ... I ain't got nothing in common with them [rappers]. I don't drink, I don't smoke. So, what we gonna do? Meet me at the studio, let's work, let's get some money. If you ain't talking about getting money -I ain't grow up with you, so keep it pushing."

Hanging with T.I. or Rick Ross are an exception to the rule because they're focused on making millions and Gotti's about making money. 

"I f*** with Tip, Ross, Birdman, these n*** about getting money and they on boss s***. Mentally n*** on the same page so you don't have no issues. You kickin' it with these n*** and they goals is $100M. We on the same page. We got some s*** we can talk about."

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