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Lil Boosie Talks Black on Black Crime, Gimmicks in Hip Hop & Monogamy


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Lil Boosie Talks Black on Black Crime, Gimmicks in Hip Hop & Monogamy

Peter Bailey continues his critically-acclaimed series by meeting up with Lil Boosie inside Miami's James L. Knight Center where the two discuss the exploitation in gangster life in hip hop & Boosie's responsibilty as a a spokesman for the inner-city.






COMMENTS (464)

Lil Boosie ain't afraid to speak the truth. Niggas are ruining America. There's no exploitation or inner city pain. Look at all the immigrants that came to America with just the clothing on their backs and not even a nickel in their dime purse. They were able to survive, thrive, and contribute to the community. These dumb niggas just love to make excuses on why they are lazy thugs.

@MaicoMoon
2023-01-24T01:16:31Z

Boosie was completely being himself and real and Peter comes off as performative. The way he keeps not looking Boosie in the eyes while Boosie looking at him the whole time. Its just annoying and comes off like hes performing how he thinks your supposed to act when your saying wise things.

@TYBG85
2022-09-02T22:36:19Z

I loved this rap. These brothers are right on target with what's wrong with our society and how to fix it. We need to unite as a people and stop pretending that we are separate from each other.

@margaretdavis3698
2022-08-16T15:43:46Z

Boosie committed black on black crime

@wylekyle2376
2022-04-15T05:56:09Z

VON KEITH love playing with woman

@vonkeithdavis1792
2021-12-31T01:13:26Z

I pray that VON KEITH stay FOCUSED

@vonkeithdavis1792
2021-12-31T01:11:40Z

Marriage is a business.

@vonkeithdavis1792
2021-12-31T00:59:30Z

VON KEITH is never depressed

@vonkeithdavis1792
2021-12-31T00:57:40Z

Depression can be shown through sadness, tears, and rage.....deep

@vonkeithdavis1792
2021-12-31T00:57:27Z

I think it is not so bad for you guys

@vonkeithdavis1792
2021-12-31T00:40:46Z

✌🏿🖤🇹🇿✌🏿🇬🇧

@danielx8
2021-12-03T00:56:30Z

Boosie is SCORPIO like VON KEITH

@vonkeithdavis1792
2021-09-07T01:51:08Z

Love BBs perspective on life. Guess that’s why I’m a fan of his music & his views on this divisional game our politicians & the media are playing .

@krupag8149
2021-07-29T23:55:04Z

Facts💯💯💯💯

@michaelporter8995
2021-07-27T04:16:18Z

J. Lo .....honesty!

@thatomajafi2132
2020-12-02T19:39:32Z

https://youtu.be/y_iYUYG6tjs

@javondahouse8691
2023-10-20T10:11:58Z

Black Youth Culture is going to make the biggest change in history for generations to come . MARK MY WORD

@edaccura
2020-10-24T03:12:37Z

Great interview

@candlemanFX
2020-09-09T22:53:19Z

Peter is a true pioneer for the people✊🏿 DJVlad should have a million less views and this should b mainstream media moving into 2021!!! JS

@johnsonjrharold
2020-08-29T04:58:26Z

Anyone who has to keep reminding people they are real, probably isn't real.

@4BCJesus
2020-07-06T00:41:32Z

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