Fuse‘s “intimate” interviews are always a source of knowledge—even if they are more unorthodox than most. Still promoting his new solo album, Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors, Big Boi was the latest to sit-down with Fuse, where, among other topics, he revealed that he wanted to become a child psychologist had it not been for music (1:34min mark), and that his biggest regret in life was not spending enough time with his father before he passed.

General Patton also stopped by Huffington Post offices recently to once again address the possibility of an OutKast reunion, offer his thoughts on gun laws and explain why he voted for Libertarian Gary Johnson (whilst sharing an anecdote about being congratulated on Obama’s victory from a Caucasian lady).

A child psychologist is what I was gonna go to school for. It’s easier to mould a young mind than it is to repair a broken one, but I figure that doing music is a form of child psychology, ’cause kids listen to music and it teaches them lessons.

Where I stand at is on the second amendment, where the right to bear arms is not just for hunting and fishing and thing like that, but it’s the right of the American people, to have a means of defense against a tyrannical government. Sometimes you gotta have that back-up plan… I think people can have whatever they want to as long as they’re responsible.

Watch both interviews after the jump…

(Spotted at HHNM)

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