Boosie believes him using his platform to share his perspective on things — regardless of who takes offense — is helping to make a difference.
The “Wipe Me Down” emcee took to his newest Instagram account to reveal that several fans came up to him thanking him for being their voice. “I was out making groceries, eight different people came up to me and told me, ‘Man, you the voice I ain’t got, bruh,’” he said in the short clip. “Eight different people told me, ‘Man, don’t let nobody silence you, bruh. You all we got, bruh.’ Eight different people just told me that in three hours. Like, man, shit crazy, man.”
“About four women and four dudes, dawg, said the exact same thing,” Boosie added. “I’m making a difference.”
As REVOLT previously reported, the Touch Down 2 Cause Hell rapper recently received backlash after he went on a Twitter rant about Lil Nas X for joking that he and Boosie were collaborating on a new song together. He referred to the “Industry Baby” rapper as a homophobic slur and told him that if he committed suicide he would do the world a “huge favor.” Last week, Robert Stafford, Lil Nas X’s father, seemingly addressed Boosie on social media.
“How the hell you’re a gangsta rapper promoting drugs, gun violence, degrading women and getting high every video talking about you’re for the kids. Man, sit your old man looking ass down,” Stafford wrote on his Instagram Story. “The game has [passed] you. We real Bankhead over here. Not like the guy who claims it.”
Nonetheless, Boosie stood behind his remarks. “I have international love N respect for how I am N what I stand for N never forget there’s a ghetto N every city, state, country etc who rock with boosie FRFR #therealest,” he tweeted.
Check out Boosie’s video below.