Boosie Badazz discusses his new album on The Breakfast Club.
Last night, Boosie Badazz's NYC debut was unfortunately cut short by some sort of illness, but before that, he was on The Breakfast Club to celebrate the release of Touch Down 2 Cause Hell. Decked out in Mets gear, the Baton Rouge MC fields questions about album tracks, post-prison life and his career comeback.
One of the more interesting moments comes when Charlemagne inquires about Boosie's longstanding whistle-blowing on the subject of police brutality, which he's been rallying against ever since dropping "Fuck The Police" in 2007. Boosie clarifies his stance, revealing that he's got a cousin who's a policeman, and believes there are good cops out there. He's not standing for any racism or unnecessary violence though.