Flexing on social media seems like it's a requirement for all rappers today, but Vince Staples spoke to Big Boy about why he doesn't like to show off his possessions online.

Around the 11:27 mark, Vince told Big Boy, "If I know my consumer base and the people that supporting me is making minimum wage, I’m not gon' go show them a big old house, I’m not gon' go show them me on vacation, I’m not gon' show them a car, a watch, clothes. I’m not going to do that, personally." He added, "But you can use that to speak to them. So, my thing is if somebody say, like, I repost everybody that buy my stuff, show me they bought a CD and I tell them thank you. There’s no reason to not do that." 

Vince continued to share his thoughts and why he thinks it's important to connect with his fans, "For me personally, you don’t have to do that. You coulda went and bought some Drake. Like, you get what I'm sayin'? So, with me it's like, I use it more so to have a direct line of communication with them because that’s the power of artists, like when you sell—when you sign a record deal or any kind of contract...for visibility, right? It’s for people to connect you with your consumer base, that’s their job."