Boosie Badazz Bares His Mind On Kodak Black Shooting & Insecurity In L.A.
Head of the L.A. Police Protective League, Jamie McBride, last December, issued an ominous statement to anyone toying with the idea of visiting the City of Angels over the holiday season: “Don’t.” He warned, adding, “We can’t guarantee your safety. It is really, really out of control. I said it to people before. It’s like that movie ‘Purge,’ you know, instead of 24 hours to commit your crime, these people have 365 days to commit whatever they want.”
Now, Boosie Badazz has a similar warning for any rapper thinking of roaming the streets of Los Angeles. His statement came in a few weeks after Kodak Black was a victim of a shooting outside of a West Hollywood restaurant where Justin Bieber threw an afterparty. Opening up to VladTV in a recent interview, Boosie Badazz was hesitant to talk about the incident at first.
“I was trying to think why a n-gga hit Kodak,” he said. “My partner was like it might be … I don’t know. I don’t really want to speak on that”.
Later on, he added, “That’s where all the rappers get robbed, you know, they can’t protect you in L.A. I only go to L.A. to take care of something, get money, get money on business terms. I’m at Universal Studios. I’m trying to get money. Wherever I’m at, I’m not in the streets in L.A. I don’t really got nobody to protect me in L.A. but me.”