Boosie Badazz States “Nobody Nobody Has A More Dangerous Job” Than Rappers

Do You Agree Rappers Have The Most Dangerous Job? - Keith Scott Article


Boosie Badazz was recently shot at in Dallas over the weekend. Ironically, the rap star had an interview where he described the dangerous aspect of living the life of a hip hop artist.

The month of November in 2020 has not been kind of rappers. Mo3 lost his life and so did King Von well before their time due to murders. Many are speaking on the incident and how much it affects the community and whether or not the rap business is just to dangerous in this modern era compared to any other.

Boosie spoke with Vladtv about slowing down his partying ways.
He also stated that he and his team stay armed wherever they go.

“I’m finna slow down, man, ’cause I’ve been showing out,” Boosie told VladTV. “After that sh*t with Von, I’d be right at that club. I’d be right at that club on Sunday. I’m finna slow down. I ain’t had no problems, n*ggas show me love. N*ggas know I’m here to get money. I ain’t here to harm nobody. They welcome me with open arms. It’s a lotta sh*t go down at clubs and sh*t. Stampedes and sh*t. Sh*t like that. I don’t know. I just need to slow down going out.”

“But I’ve been protecting myself for 16 years. I’ve been protecting myself since I was a kid,” Boosie continued. He added that he’s “pretty good” at staying safe and added “I feel it kept me living a little longer.” The rapper makes sure he has his “people around” him who are “ready at all times.”

“We got the [most] dangerous job as rappers. Nobody has a more dangerous job. Every night we go out we can get killed,” the rapper said. “Not just by a opp. Not just by police. It could be a crazy fan. It could be a—our job is really dangerous, especially the ones gettin’ $10,000s to $100,000s and you gotta go in them clubs and gangsta rap and you got opps. Our life dangerous.”

Check out a clip from his interview below.

Boosie also spoke about the murder of King Von. Boosie reacted to Quando Rondo continuing to talk ill of King Von, even after the murder. Boosie said that King Von’s murder will only result in further bloodshed and has the potential of jumpstarting a street war. He also added perspective to the situation by noting that King Von’s small children are the ones who will suffer most from this as they’re now tasked to go through life without their father.