Metta World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest, appeared on ESPN's "Highly Questionable" recently and the brief interview will have you begging for more stories from the Queensbridge native. 

MWP, who was on the Lakers roster last season, kicked off the interview by describing his childhood and how he learned to cook crack at the age of 13 while hanging out with his cousins who happened to live next door to Mobb Deep. He also recalls one particular instance when he nearly flushed a ton of drugs down the toilet because the police showed up at his cousins apartment. 

When I was 13, I was terrified to even cook an egg.

Things were equally as chaotic for Artest when he was drafted by the Chicago Bulls, which he also talks about in this interview including how he once had a mental breakdown while driving to a game, and how he used to drink hennessy during halftime.

Like I said, this quick Q&A will have you thirsty for more stories from Metta World Peace's past.