Big Boi also confirms his own appreciation for Young Thug.
The majority of the podcast focused on some story-telling from Big Boi (among the stories: a random adventure with B. Dot in Atlanta, Outkast attempting to get signed to Jermaine Dupri back in the day, Big Boi's grandma titling his Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors album, and more), with a bit of talk about his new collaborative album with Phantograms, Big Grams. However as the podcast came to a close, Elliott Wilson and B.Dot ask Big Boi what currently inspires him, and thinking about it for a minute, Big Boi says, "I like um...I know 'Dre really like that Young Thug, I like Young Thug, Thug got melody though. Thug talented too." There you go, for all the Young Thug naysayers, he's Outkast-approved.
Big Boi added, "T.I., I love what he doing."
You can check out the full 56-minute episode here.