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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 (460)

J. Lo .....honesty!

Thato Majafi
2020-12-02T19:39:32Z

https://youtu.be/y_iYUYG6tjs

Javonda House
2020-11-20T15:44:51Z

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

Ed Accura
2020-10-24T03:12:37Z

Great interview

Anchored
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

igotouhere ci
2020-08-29T04:58:26Z

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

SickLid
2020-07-06T00:41:32Z

The person in college has more loyalty to you? Get out of here, college grad here telling you that's some bullshit, all levels of life work like the street; it is the human condition, people will drop you in college just as fast as in the street, and the same goes for a corporate jobs. We live in a system that move groups in the direction they want them to go in, there is no difference, businessmen are just as cut throat as drug cartels. It's the same shit, the only difference is people aren't trying to kill you in college physically, just mentally, now in the corporates world, I don't know, a lot people die mysteriously or go missing when they are too close to money. Sound like some cartel shit to me. School doesn't change the asshole in you, it just makes you one that knows a little more..

Nigel Mayo
2020-03-23T19:01:10Z

I ain’t gon lie listen to Boosie I can drive a 1000 miles likes mothin

Marcenson Paul
2020-02-04T03:00:07Z

👍Couldn't agree more

ballin hard 856
2019-12-14T04:37:14Z

Excellent interview

Patrick Copelin
2019-08-10T13:37:39Z

Interviewer, where are you from? Seems I detect a lower S. C. dialect. I could be wrong.

Jenni Flyygyrl
2019-05-17T01:26:44Z

Boosie... always 💯. RESPECT

Henn Dawg
2019-02-11T16:06:15Z

18:01 ain't ain't ain't ain't aint ain't 😂😭😂😭. All jokes aside, I feel you boosie.

Jeremy Pagan
2019-01-20T16:41:34Z

Fuck every person who agree with his self hatred. He put himself in prison. Not your own people.

Shawn Orjiakor
2018-08-22T18:33:38Z

That's all Facts right there💯

Ramone Cloyd
2018-07-16T06:38:48Z

Learn the system that they have used to take over the black race which is politics, and vote in your own interest just like every other group does

Father Above
2018-06-28T07:20:12Z

I was feeling Boosie until the marriage part. He needs to settle down and slow down!

EricaYE6
2018-04-09T10:59:04Z

Finally someone who ain’t scared of telling the truth. It hurts but it’s the truth.

Nas from-da-Ldn
2018-03-05T00:59:21Z

boosie is louisanas tupac

shadow moses
2018-01-29T14:46:25Z

Dope interview!

Black Smith
2017-12-16T19:14:41Z

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