In a recent episode of the Whoos House podcast, Boosie Badazz expressed his admiration for Bobby Shmurda, considering him to be one of the most genuine young rappers in the industry. Recognizing Shmurda’s six-year prison sentence, Boosie commended his resilience and suggested that it should be respected.
According to Boosie, Shmurda has demonstrated more substance and authenticity in his lifestyle compared to many of his peers. Boosie had previously shown his support for Shmurda’s refusal to cooperate with authorities during his legal troubles, emphasizing the importance of loyalty and integrity.
In 2019, Boosie tweeted, “SOLID AS A ROCK!! It’s a shame how the world doesn’t glorify the real ones. Rats get more love than the stand-up guys.” Shmurda’s charges stemmed from conspiracy to possess weapons and possession of a weapon.
During his appearance on The Danza project podcast, Shmurda discussed the impact of rap music on the younger generation. He raised concerns about artists rapping about lifestyles they have never truly experienced and the potential dangers associated with it.
Shmurda emphasized that rap should inspire individuals to transition from negativity to positivity, guiding them from poverty to success while promoting positive change. He expressed his desire to hear more about living life and overcoming challenges rather than glorifying dangerous activities.
Boosie echoed a similar sentiment in a message to his younger fans, advising them not to pursue a street-oriented lifestyle or engage in criminal activities. He highlighted the burdens and risks associated with such a path, emphasizing the value of personal safety and survival. Boosie concluded by urging young individuals to reconsider their aspirations and understand that the street life is not the desirable choice.
In a previous Instagram post, Shmurda voiced his dissatisfaction with rappers who adopt lifestyles as mere costumes for their careers. He expressed a desire to distance himself from the rapper label, citing the negative attention it brings and criticizing labels for their exploitative practices.
Shmurda highlighted the recent incident involving Tory Lanez as an example of the industry’s questionable behavior. He called out the rap community for supporting artists who claim to have lived the same lifestyles they originate from but who now engage in superficial imitation