Boosie Badazz Warns Fans to Stop 'Gassing Up' Rap Beef: 'The Truth Hurts'

The Baton Rouge rapper's comments arrive amidst an ongoing blockbuster rap beef between Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Future, Metro Boomin, and more.

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Boosie Badazz is warning fans to stop cheering on rap beefs amidst the ever-increasing Drake vs. Everybody feud.

On Friday, Boosie hopped on X, formerly Twitter, to urge fans to consider that some hip-hop beefs end in arrests and court trials, not to mention loss of life. The Baton Rouge rapper's comments come following the release of Future and Metro Boomin's latest joint album, We Still Don't Trust You, which included more Drake disses delivered by guest rappers.

"Everybody gassing up rap beef SMH," Boosie wrote. "All excited, saying this hip-hop! Well, everyone in the crew not gon' see it that way and when it pop 'it really goes down.' So when someone from one of these crews die, don't say they stupid SMH. Go support them in court like y'all supported the rap beef. I've seen people die. Y'all happy about who gon' win or lose but a mama gon' lose her son n ain't none of y'all going to the funeral smh."

The image shows a tweet from Boosie BadAzz expressing frustration about the lack of support in hip hop communities when someone dies

Boosie continued by mentioning the war of words currently going on between Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Future, and more.

"This not the 1980s, 1990s rap battles when it was a so-called sport," he added. "When you rap about someone it becomes rap beef. They ain't shaking hands when they see eachother no more. The homies ain't going for that disrespect. They feel their job is to protect big dog and their respect. How many rap beefs have led to murders? It's a new day 'hip-hop fans.'"

Tweet by @BoosieBadAzz expresses disdain for current rap conflicts, emphasizing the danger and repercussions, and discourages such behavior in the hip hop community

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