If there’s one thing Boosie Bad Azz is known for, it’s keeping it all the way real, whether people like it or not. During a recent interview with Vlad TV, Boosie touched on the election and President-elect Joe Biden’s presumed win.
Boosie spoke of his heavy dislike for Donald Trump and admitted that it was important to get him out of office because Boosie feels Donnie doesn’t care for Black people. Boosie also questioned how any Black person could vote for Donnie: “I just don’t get that. I don’t see how you could side with Trump if you’re my color.”
Vlad quickly pointed out that Boosie’s good friend and fellow Louisiana native Lil Wayne was one of the rappers who recently showed Trump support ahead of the election, but Boosie explained to Vlad that he wasn’t surprised by Weezy’s actions.
“When Wayne did it, when he popped up and did it…I wasn’t as surprised as other people because I always felt Wayne didn’t care strongly about our Black beliefs. I always felt like that,” Boosie said. “I always felt like Wayne felt like he was rich more than Black. That’s how I feel.”
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Vlad played Devil’s advocate with Boosie, explaining that when asked about Black issues, Weezy often brings up the time his life was saved by a white officer and that Wayne doesn’t look at white people a certain way.
But Boosie doubled down on his statements about Wayne.
“I really think he looks at himself more as rich because I think that’s why he went with Biden because 60 percent taxes, Biden is f***ing tripping,” Boosie said. “You know and Wayne is probably thinking about his bag and his family and he has the right to think that way if he wants to think that way but I could never…I just don’t feel Wayne is passionate about our Black heritage.”
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