Director Melvin Childs dropped by The Breakfast Club with singer Ray J and rapper Bossie Badazz to discuss the hip-hop stage play, Thugs and The Women Who Love Them, which also stars singers K. Michelle, and Lyfe Jennings.

They discussed women's fascination with "thugs," Boosie's character being much like him in real life, dating good women, not settling down with one woman yet, and more. Ray J even assured Boosie that being in a committed relationship is good, and talks the pressure it has put on his closest friends in their relationships with their girlfriends who are ready to settle down.

Ray J also get's candid about low sperm count being the reason he and his wife haven't had a baby yet. Angela Yee asked Boosie if he knew what his sperm count was, and his reply was "It drop on your leg, you pregnant", which was met with an eruption of laughter by everyone in the room. Watch the full interview above to learn about what else they're working on individually.

Also, get the full list of cities, dates, and ticket info for Thugs and The Women Who Love Them.