Boosie Badazz weighed in on the recent Kodak Black shooting in Los Angeles and warned rappers to be on high alert.
"I don't know if that was the situation, but when I'm out in public, you always gotta be worried about a thing when you develop a past like that," he said. "That's why my most peaceful times at my crib. When I'm out in the street, regardless of what I'm doing, I'm looking over my shoulder. I got a life of looking over my shoulder."
Boosie says rappers should be careful traveling to L.A.
He continued, "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."
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