Boosie Badazz, government name Torence Ivy Hatch Jr., recorded himself pleading with his son, who rakes in $1500/day, to stop trappin’ in Baton Rouge. One person dropped a truth bomb in the comments section, “If y’all not willing to let the hood go and the streets go? Why would your kids.”
Another confused person wondered why so many young people want to adopt a criminal lifestyle when they are afforded the privilege of financial stability, “Why these lil niccaz want to be hood so bad. Ya daddy is a millionaire, u ain’t neva had to worry about a meal being missed. U ain’t neva had to stick up a bodega, because ya little sister needed diapers. Knock it off. Very low vibrating but whatever, there’s niccaz and then there is my melanated soul tribe.I just don’t understand why everyone who ain’t struggling want some attachment to struggle.”
Maybe the media and hip hop made struggle look cool. Hopefully, Boosie can convince his son otherwise.