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"It was set for 2:30 sharp," Premier explained in a recent video clip. "I remember they were running late... We wanted to make sure it wasn't a prank. We made a little turn and saw all these guys with guns and helmets and metal detectors and those things at the airport you put your stuff on for x-rays. We walked in and he was sitting there reading the paper like 'Come on in.' We were frozen, like I'm not even knowing which way I should go. We're still not believing this is Nelson Mandela: 92-years old, looking good, just chillin'."
While Premier doesn't discuss what the two talked about, we have to hope for some sort of follow-up where he explains their conversation in more depth. It's not often that a legendary world leader requests a meet-and-greet with the finest practitioner of boom-bap beats.