Boosie Badazz recently expressed his candid thoughts on Kanye West, suggesting that the acclaimed Yeezy mogul may not be the most suitable advocate for the Black community and should exercise caution with his remarks.
In a captivating segment from his appearance on Math Hoffa's My Expert Opinion, the talented rapper from Baton Rouge initially explored the impact of wealth on an individual's willingness to speak out on specific subjects. He then proceeded to delve into his concerns regarding Kanye West.
“I was pissed off at Kanye West,” Boosie Badazz voiced passionately. “I was pissed off at Kanye. I was tweeting about him and everything. I was spelling wrong words. I. don’t like when Kanye do the all Black race. I don’t know what Blacks done to him. I feel like Kanye West don’t like Black people.”
The conversation promptly shifted to Ye's controversial comments from 2018, where he controversially suggested that "slavery was a choice." While Maff Hoffa shared the belief that it was indeed a choice, Boosie Badazz vehemently denied such a notion.
“I feel as a person, from what I’ve seen him do and talk about the Black people, I feel like he has no love or respect for the Black race,” Boosie explained. “I feel he loves the white race more.” Boosie Badazz then took an impassioned stance, expressing how Kanye West's words, particularly concerning George Floyd in 2022, have been detrimental and detrimental to the entire Black community.
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During this captivating interview, Boosie also addressed allegations of homophobia and made it clear that he entrusts gay individuals with his finances. He openly discussed how he has never shied away from utilizing his platform to speak up about what he believes is right or wrong, completely unfazed by public opinion. .“Everybody who speak the truth, they try to make you seem crazy,” he said. “Anything I speak on, I feel deeply that way. Everything I speak, I stand on it. It’s just that the world took it out of context, and said that I have something against those people, when I don’t.”