Noisey's "Bompton" Ep. 5: "Trap Kitchen"

Posted by , Feb 20, 2016 at 08:49pm

In episode 5 of Noisey's documentary "Bompton," Kendrick Lamar's friend Lil L introduces catering company "Trap Kitchen."


The penultimate episode of Noisey's documentary series "Bompton" begins with an interview with Lil L, who was featured in episode 2. Lil L discusses his plans to get out of the gang life before introducing the cameras to a local catering company called Trap Kitchen. Bad News, a Piru, co-founded the business with a Crip. They run their operation out of a former trap house and count Fredo Santana, Tyga, & Chief Keef among their clients.

The episode finishes with an interview with Kendrick Lamar, who explains why individuals get involved in gangbanging. "It's not for the luxury," he explains. "It's the circumstances that be. A lot of these cats got kids, man. They don't want they kids seeing the same lifestyle."

Follow Trap Kitchen on Instagram here.

In episode 5 of Noisey's documentary "Bompton," Kendrick Lamar's friend Lil L introduces catering company "Trap Kitchen."

The penultimate episode of Noisey's documentary series "Bompton" begins with an interview with Lil L, who was featured in episode 2. Lil L discusses his plans to get out of the gang life before introducing the cameras to a local catering company called Trap Kitchen. Bad News, a Piru, co-founded the business with a Crip. They run their operation out of a former trap house and count Fredo Santana, Tyga, & Chief Keef among their clients.

The episode finishes with an interview with Kendrick Lamar, who explains why individuals get involved in gangbanging. "It's not for the luxury," he explains. "It's the circumstances that be. A lot of these cats got kids, man. They don't want they kids seeing the same lifestyle."

Follow Trap Kitchen on Instagram here.

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