DMX Doesn't Understand How to Google: "There's Too Much Stuff!"
DMX's first two records, It's Dark and Hell Is Hot and Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood, were released in 1998, the same year Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google.
But if you ask the "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" rapper to Google Google on a laptop, his knees get weak and he starts to stutter.
The Internet, particularly its most popular search engine, is DMX's kryptonite.
"It's scary," X tells New York City's Power 105.1. "There's just too much stuff."
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Watch the video (which we've embedded from Google-owned YouTube) after the cut.
"I don't even know how to use a computer," X says in the clip. "I don't want to learn how to use a computer."
Why would he?
"It's confusing. If it don't make sense, I can't... Like, I'll see music, and in the middle of it, it'll stop and the circles... I don't have patience..."
Or the right words, even. The Internet's so weird. "What the fuck is the Internet" anyhow?
Cordless, almost button-less phones with invisible antennas and built-in cameras are the wave of the future. And X's definitely down with new technology, not that antiquated PC shit.
"I know how to [use Google] on the phone."
And that's all he'll ever really need.
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