Boosie Badazz has expressed admiration for 6ix9ine’s handling of a recent gym attack. The incident, which took place in March at an LA Fitness in South Florida, saw 6ix9ine assaulted by a group of men. Despite being outnumbered and sustaining severe injuries, 6ix9ine managed to escape, an act that has earned him unexpected praise from Boosie Badazz.
Boosie, known for his frequent criticisms of 6ix9ine, whom he often refers to as a “rat,” has shown support for the attackers. He has even expressed his willingness to donate to GoFundMe campaigns set up to cover the attackers’ legal expenses. In a recent interview with DJ Vlad, Boosie stated, “I will, I will,” when asked if he would contribute to the fund.
Boosie’s support for the attackers stems from his belief that they hold accountable those who betray others and cause harm to families. He expressed concern about the impact that “rats” have on people’s lives, stating, “Taking fathers and mothers away from their children. You know, there’s got to be some kind of consequence.”
Despite his criticisms of 6ix9ine, Boosie commended the rapper’s reaction to the attack. “I like how 6ix9ine took it, bro. I ain’t lying. I like how he manned it out,” he said.
The attack on 6ix9ine was captured in a video that circulated on Instagram, showing the rapper on the floor, protecting his head, while two men continuously kicked and punched him. The incident has sparked a wave of reactions from the hip-hop community, with some, like Boosie Badazz and Chief Keef, expressing support for the attackers, while others, like Wack 100, wishing 6ix9ine a speedy recovery.
The motive behind the attack remains unknown, and the legal proceedings are ongoing. Three men, Rafael Medina, Jr., Octavious Medina, and Anthony Maldonado, have been arrested in connection with the assault. Charges against Maldonado were dropped in April.
As the story continues to unfold, the hip-hop community and fans alike are closely watching the developments. Despite the controversy surrounding the incident, it has sparked a broader conversation about accountability and consequences within the industry.