Boosie on Tory Lanez, Young Thug, Kanye, Nas, Jay-Z, Drake, 21 Savage, Takeoff (Full Interview)



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In this full-length interview, Boosie shares his thoughts on the untimely and tragic passing of Takeoff from Migos. Boosie revealed that he was sad when he got the news, and he spoke about making Takeoff laugh every time they saw one another. Boosie explained that rappers were protected as “Crown Jewels of the hood” when he was coming up. However, Boosie said that times have changed, and rappers are targeted by police and their own people, which he says calls for a change. DJ Vlad pointed out that he and Boosie are both in their 40s, and he went on to speak about Takeoff not even getting to enter his 30s, as he was only 28 when he passed. Moving along, Vlad and Boosie spoke about dice games, and Boosie stated that he was the Godfather of hosting dice games at his house. Boosie explained that playing dice at his house is safer than being outside, which led to Vlad speaking about dice games being notorious for robberies and violence. When Vlad stated that someone like Jay-Z wouldn’t be in a dice game, Boosie pointed out that Migos aren’t at that level yet, and he went on to explain how they are still tied to the streets.

As the interview moves along, Boosie reflects back on an old case of his that landed him on Death Row, being accused of trying to kill the D.A. and the tactics that law enforcement used. He also shares his thoughts on the recent string of controversial events involving Kanye and Kyrie. He and DJ Vlad also engaged in a talk about Jeffery Dahmer and the television series on Netflix that caused a stir online in October. Lastly, he talks about rebuilding his life and finances after losing everything while he was locked up.
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