Boosie is referring to Nas X’s comment during his September appearance on ‘The Breakfast Club’, on which the ‘Montero’ artist was asked he felt the need to tone his antics down.
AceShowbiz -Boosie Badazz (Lil Boosie) isn’t seemingly planning to stop feuding with Lil Nas X. The Baton Rouge rapper accused the “Old Town Road” artist of bullying over his comment during an appearance on “The Breakfast Club”.
Boosie discussed his foe’s “f**k your kids” comment in a new video of VladTV. During an interview with DJ Vlad, he was asked if her felt bad after he told Nas X to take his own life, to which he replied, “I probably would, but I probably wouldn’t give too much f**ks about him.”
“He said f**k my kids. He said f**k all y’all kids. So, everybody that’s really chestin’ up for Nas, he said f**k yo kids,” the “Wipe Me Down” spitter said. “That’ why I be like-he said f**k yo kids, so, it’s another thing with, you know, the bullying s**t. It’s the bullying s**t.”
Boosie went on to say, “He can say ‘f**k yo kids’ but if I came on there and say ‘f**k all y’all kids’-he say ‘f**k yo kids.’ So anybody chestin’ up for Nas, it’s f**k yo children. That’s how I feel about the other people because he asked him, he said, ‘F**k the kids.’ I wouldn’t give a f**k what happened to somebody that say f**k y kids. I’mma keep it real. And that’s me.”
Boosie was referring to Nas X’s comment during his September appearance on “The Breakfast Club”. The rapper, who has been criticized by Boosie and some others for his antics that was deemed not good for young people, was asked he felt the need to tone things down. “I feel like I used to, but now it’s just, like, so? Like, f**k your kids,” so he responded.
The “Montero” musician went on to say, “We really get one chance to do this, at least to my knowledge. I don’t know what, like, happens when we die or whatnot. So, it’s like, I’m not about to pander to your kids or you, or, like, anybody.”
Boosie’s accusation came after he insisted that he didn’t hate Nas X. “Man, I ain’t got nothing against that dude to where I hear his music and go run and turn it off,” the 39-year-old explained on Instagram Live on November 5. “Man, y’all people lost, man. I don’t hate that dude. Like, bruh. Y’all people lost, bruh. I just put people in they place when they out of line, bruh. I don’t hate dude, bruh.”
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