O’REILLY: Now, look, if the principal tells you that there are children in his school, Cam’ron, who are being adversely affected by your music, do you care?
CAM’RON: I care, but you’ve got to talk to their parents.
O’REILLY: What if they don’t have good parents?
CAM’RON: Why are they in school? They have to have parents to be in school. Somebody sent them to school.
O’REILLY: No, they don’t.
CAM’RON: If that’s the case, homeboy, whoever’s minding the television — you need to have parent-teacher conferences with your students. Whether it’s they aunt, they cousin, they sister, somebody’s sending these kids to school. They’re not 11 years old staying at home by their self. I can’t go home and talk to these students. You need to have more parent-teacher conferences if you have problems with your students.