WOULD YOU LIKE THIN OR THICK CRUST?

The old joke, "How do you get a struggling artist off your porch? Pay him for the pizza," hits close to home for Bobby Pinson — very close. Bobby, who's enjoying success with his debut single, "Don't Ask Me How I Know," really was once a pizza delivery man. Bobby even admitted to pawning off "messed up" pies by walking into a bar and selling them. "I was so broke," he said, "I started making messed up pizzas. I'd make another 30, 40 extra dollars. Bobby also copped to getting caught by a customer as he picked "the two most beautiful pieces of pepperoni you've ever seen" off the edge of a pizza he was delivering. "I was just so hungry!" he reasoned.

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