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.
Fuck every person who agree with his self hatred. He put himself in prison. Not your own people.Shawn Orjiakor
That's all Facts right there💯Ramone Cloyd
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 doesFather Above
clean the foam from the corners of your mouth BoosiePreme Jewelers
I was feeling Boosie until the marriage part. He needs to settle down and slow down!EricaYE6
Finally someone who ain’t scared of telling the truth. It hurts but it’s the truth.Nas from-da-Ldn
The difference between whites and blacks is that whites hate their trash without shame. Blacks have been taught to protect theirs.Alex f
boosie is louisanas tupacshadow moses
Dope interview!Black Smith
That dap up at the end was real afTriston Hanson
It has to be a moral decision amongst your people to decide it's wrong to sell crack to your family members nobody should have to tell you and nobody should be able to bribe you or pay you enough to sell crack to your family members can't blame that on anybody but yourselfFreedom Noey
I'm glad the comments in these videos are from years ago lol. Y'all mfs were stupid, hopefully y'all woke up by now.DropSixteenTV Tv
interviewer needs to retire....ice sk8er
Boosie spoke nothing but the truth..BLACK PEOPLE NEED TO STOP TAKING BLACK LIVES...IT'S TERRIBLE IN RICHMOND VA...EVERY other day They Killing each other...KINGDOM KID 'L.S'
I really dont know why all yall bashing him when im african american and agree with what he is saying cause he aint lying is just the fact that yall dont want that truth to come to light the fact yall cant handle the truth without trying to say he hates his race which he doesnt so all yall need to get this together and listen to what hes saying its probably more black people that kill black people than any other race cause you cant tell me that not atleast one black person in america is not shot by another due to gang violence or what not cause it seems only black lives matter when police get involvedAye hi like pie ?
I love him...Wow! Peace and blessings to him <3 <3 <3QueenCoco Brown
I appreciate your videos i like how u try to the youth cause lord we need alot people going blind to the truth cause wicked of the earth try to change u🙏👆😇👼Clayton Douglas
18:20 that's me right there when im excited. I...I....I....Ii.....I...I...i...I...I Lmaooooojetgeo4
Best interviewerLEGEND FIGHTS
I'm white and from the UK, and this is how I see it. Black Americans have a horrific legacy of slavery and everything that happened after that. From that alone, having a culture that was taken away, and not being allowed to have families- will leave it's mark on how that new culture develops. Also, you will have generational trauma stemming from slavery like Holocaust survivors do.
What I see now with all the issues that people like Tommy Sotomeyer talks about- single mothers, materialism, violence etc it's not specific to African Americans. We have the exact same idiotic behaviour in the UK with our underclass- it stems from extreme poverty, poor parenting, lack of education. Wanting quick gratification. The nickname we have for them are 'chavs'.
So what I see in the US is a culture that stems from deep trauma- and parts have broken off into an 'underclass'. It's not a race issue at all.
But no doubt the mix of 'underclass behaviour' and a legacy of trauma from slavery is a toxic mix. Also, a lot of untreated mental illness and child abuse issues and poverty.
Please do not be so hard on yourselves. There are many violent and toxic and dysfunctional cultures out there, not just African Americans.
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