Boosie Badazz Thinks The Industry Is Moving Away From Gangsta Rappers
Rappers are making sure their lawyers are prepared for action as news has emerged that Atlanta prosecutors are planning more RICO cases. We have followed the latest developments in the explosive case involving YSL, which led to the detention and prosecution of over two dozen individuals. However, the D.A.’s office has confirmed that additional indictments are imminent. These suspects have included Young Thug and Gunna, who are still detained and continue to vehemently deny all charges brought against them.
Boosie recently gave one of many interviews to VladTV, during which he discussed the changes taking place in hip-hop and how the genre seemed to be moving away from gangsta rap culture and toward a less contentious sound.
“They basically doing all this to separate gangbanging from Rap,” Boosie stated. “They gon’ basically tell you, you can’t be a gangbanger and Rap… I’m not a gang banger, but I think it’s a bad thing for them. Gangbangers. Because what they’re preaching about, they’re not gonna let happen. The power that bring it, they’re not gonna let it stay. The impact you’re having on people, they’re not gonna it stay. You’re gonna have to be a fake rapper.”
“If they see you goin’ that way, they’re gonna stop you,” he added. “That’s why [they said], ‘We’re gonna get YSL.’ Who everybody lookin’ up to. And that’s the way they can do it with the gangbanging thing. That’s a tool they got right now, and it’s become successful, but I want all them boys free. I want all them boys at home. I just tell ’em, get close with God, man. Get close with God in the motherf*cka. You never know.”
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