I don’t like to see that sh*t. Damn bro, I just feel like I probably could have talked to them n***s or somethin’. In Part 4 of his recent interview with VladTV, Boosie said that he had just met the rapper, and they were chopping up. “That’s the only way you get respect. The Baton Rouge rapper told VladTV that “In the streets, you gotta stand up and be like, f**k that,” he said. It’s a war now. Now he feels like he could have done something to prevent the 26-year-old rapper’s death. Von even phoned Boosie on the day he was killed to let him know that he was working on his verse for one of their collabs. Boosie Badazz was working on a song with King Von before his demise. “He hit me back and told me ‘I’m on it I’m finna knock it out.’ And he got killed that night,” Boosie said in the interview. Lil Boosie believes that King Von’s death started a war. It’s war banging. “I was gonna go bro but I had to make a move. Facebook
Twitter It don’t lead to nothing but blood and jail… I don’t like to see that sh*t.”
Boosie Badazz, who was shot in a separate incident over the weekend at a tribute for late Dallas rapper Mo3, revealed in the interview that he was invited to the hookah lounge in Atlanta where King Von died that same night. Boosie says King Von’s death started a war. That sh*t f***ked up.”
The thought that he could have made a difference may be disconcerting for Boosie, but who is to tell what the rapper avoided by not showing up that night. “The hookah lounge was telling me to like come out, everybody was trying to get me to come out,” Boosie said. Even if you think it’s ironic he recently got shot, he is still here.