"I watch it now, I've definitely caught up on it. I'm Gleekin' heavy," the 25-year-old rapper told GQ in its October issue about Rivera's show. "How could you not, man, if that was your girlfriend, you'd probably be Gleekin' too. Some of the episodes are a little much for me, but I like how they touch on real issues that people can really relate to. And people can just relate to something and confide in it. I think it serves a great purpose in society." He added: "[She's] probably making more money than me and sh-t."
Though the hip hop artist could possibly be right, the Detroit native has been making waves in the music scene since debuting his freshman album Finally Famous in 2011. Since then, he's collaborated with Jay Z, Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, Kendrick and Justin Bieber. He dropped his second studio album, Hall of Fame, in late August.
"Five years from now I intend to be wherever I wanna be, living it up somewhere great, feeling good, helping people, whether it's with my music, helping people have a good time," the "Fire" star said of his future. "And just keeping it clear, I love living like a hippie. I'm a very spiritual man."
Big Sean acknowledges that his spirituality may not coincide with some of his controversial lyrics, but to put it simply -- who cares! "I love girls. I have a song, 'Mona Lisa' on my album, that's about, like, having threesomes," he said. "Because I mean, if I had two Naya Rivera's, yea, I would definitely have a threesome. You know what I'm saying?"
Rivera's rep confirmed to Us Weekly on Oct. 4 that the the 26-year-old actress accepted the singer's proposal after six months of dating. The two first met via Twitter and debuted as a couple at the Hollywood premiere of 42 in April.