Unbelievable! Did Big Boogie Ditched $5m Band Scholarship To Chase Rap Career?
In a narrative that could rival even the wildest Hollywood plots, Memphis artist Big Boogie has come forward with a mind-boggling claim – that he turned down an offer of $5m band scholarship to chase rap career. That might just be the most incredible lie ever portrayed on film.
According to Big Boogie, he was presented with an astounding opportunity: a scholarship worth a staggering $5-15 million, beckoning him to showcase his drumming prowess at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville.
In a surprising twist, Big Boogie, the Memphis rapper with an undeniable knack for rhythm and rhyme, said He declined the multi-million dollar scholarship from the prestigious Jacksonville university, a move that could make headlines for years to come. The catch, however, was a decade-long commitment to the institution before he could fully immerse himself in the world of rap.
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Big Boogie’s daring claim has left the hip-hop community in shock. The idea of walking away from a potential fortune to pursue a passion is a narrative often found in urban tales of ambition and determination. What do you think about his claim?