Lil Boosie tackles serious subjects in a new interview.
Lil Boosie took an admirable stance against the glorification of his prison time earlier this week, claiming that imprisonment should never be used as marketing material.
"They hear âFree Boosieâ and see me come home after what I came home in and a lot of people glorified it, and thatâs the total wrong thing to do,â Lil Boosie, who was released afterÂ five-years in prisonÂ this past March, says during an interview with NiteCap with Peter Bailey. "I was fighting the death penalty. Whatâs cool about that? If 12 jurors woulda said guilty, theyâd be frying me.â
Boosie also commented on whether or not the "white man" is to blame for his struggle.
âI feel like African American is the worst race in the world because, first of all, we kill each other,â he says. âThe White man ainât waiting in your bushes with a choppa. The White man ainât trying to take the rims off your car. The White man ainâtâ¦. we doinâ this to each other. So how can we say âEff the White manâ? He ainât doin' nothinâ but when we get in trouble. He doinâ his job.â Â
Touch Down 2 Cause HellÂ is coming soon.