Logic announced earlier this month that he was walking away from the rap game after his sixth album No Pressure dropped.
The LP came out on July 24, and the DMV spitter got super emotional while playing it online.
Logic has mentioned in the past that internet trolls and harsh critics have made him extremely unhappy, something he spoke about more during a new interview with Hard Knock TV. In fact, Logic says that trolls forced him to retire.
How could a person as rich and famous as Logic be this bad at handling criticism and trolling? How do you get this far in life and be this affected by an anonymous account calling you gay? https://t.co/ORvBGewR1z— adam22 (@adam22) July 29, 2020
"This is why I'm leaving ... It happens all the time. I'll go 'I love you guys' and somebody's like 'Fagg*t.' How can you just say this and nothing happens to you? That's crazy to me, dog," he said. " And they'll sh*t on me ... It's gonna happen. They're gonna call my baby ugly. They've already sh*t on my wife, made accounts and called her ugly. It's crazy ... This is why I'm leaving."
No Jumper's Adam 22 criticized Logic and seemed confused by his words.
"How could a person as rich and famous as Logic be this bad at handling criticism and trolling?" he asked. "How do you get this far in life and be this affected by an anonymous account calling you gay?"
How would you answer Adam's question?