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.
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
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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.
Self made winners credit themselves. Self made losers blame others. It's all excuses.
The government will give you just enough to keep you voting for them. Handouts make you complacent, makes you dependent, and 50 years later blacks haven't made their situation better.
If you give a man a fish he eats for a day. But he'll be back tomorrow for more. If you learn to fish you can eat for a lifetime and now you have people who answer to you. That's how you win and black people haven't figured that out.
true interview and I always felt the same way ,boosie is kicking facts . morals seems like it doesn't exist anymore
and black lives should matter to blacks first because blacks destroy each other quicker on a daily basis, respect to boosie
THE BIGGEST SECRET: GLOBALIST GOV'T LAST 20 YRS= You broke, can't make money bc of them, tell the gov't all about us to get food, then the COPS KNOW WHERE TO GO! CAPITALISM NEED TO COME BACK! Fuck this.PEACE'S LIFE RECOVERY
Stick Together Ya'll! The truth is coming out! CAPITALISM: WORK HARD=have money & peace, regardless of who you are. COMMUNISM+SOCIALISM=only rich ppl have money but everyone else is poor or serving the rich folks. ITS NOT BLACK, ITS PPL IN POVERTY WHO AT THE BOTTOM BC WE A VICTIM OF GLOBALIST GOV'T FOR LAST 20 years. #realtalk. Capitalism is what we NEED so badly...so we keep what we make & can help our own communities...not send all money overseas & cry to the governemtn...the same gov't that arrest us every fucking day! They act like it's profiling against black, or criminal lookin people, or sex workers, or sexuality; but those same ppl rich they dont have problems, my family used to be. COPS PROFILE POOR LOOKING PPL & 'BAD' PARTS OF TOWN; then divide us by giving it a sublabel. #endpovertydiscrimination #endfalseflagprofiling #endprofiling #upwithcapitalism #downwithglobalismPEACE'S LIFE RECOVERY
You niggas dont even TRULY know what Real Love is.... Oh you do... well tell me who taught it or showed it to you in your life without lying!Anthony Demone
Is it just me or does peter bailey piss me offGabe Vandam
I will always love Boosie interviews.............................................he gone always be real no matter what!Robert Gray
I TRULY LOVED THAT INTERVIEW EVERYTHING HE SPOKE ON IS THE TRUTH I LOVE THE FACT THAT HE WAS BEING HONEST AND DIDN'T SUGAR NOTHINGDerek Rhodes
we as black folks need to figure out generational wealth, i beleive thats whats missing. you can come from a broken underprivileged home and find a way out. Its just not much room for error cant get caught up doing dumb stuff. Moving out of your neighborhood and going to oppurtunity is what people gotta do. And younger generation needs to find other ways to be successful besides rapping fr. I dont got all the answers but finding a way to make money besides the dope game and the streets seems to be whats holding us back. If you a dope dealer get in and get out, find some type of entrepreneurial businessG GILES
boosie say he think african american is the worst race in the world. disagreed brotha. Its alot of black men and women out here doing good bra. Birds of a feather flock together. yes some blacks out here kill each other, but if you look at it , its many brothas and sistas out here living in poverty. mainly its underprivededG GILES
He telling them truth for real! Out of any other race, we as blacks kill one another the mostdiamondz4lfye313
The man believes the Goverment allows the flood of drugs into our streets too wage war in minorities. That truths holds facts. But nah we focused on the coon issue.The Purist
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boosie is a Angel..I been through an think like him..But this is a good Convo because Boosie learned an listened an GaveF The Pride Green Guys
Love this interview bro and how you do them... keep it up bro looking forward to some fresh content.Brother Ben X
what he says about blacks is 100% true. everyone calling him a coon, YOU are the real coons. most black people take to a life of crime and thuggery. it hurts to hear but its very true. anyone mad at boosie, look in the mirror and you will be staring the problem right in the face.
obey the law and be respectful. and not just for a day or a month. do it your whole life. you want the default view of blacks to change for the better, it starts with you.
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