After making headlines across the internet, NLE Choppa decided to tackle the viral “Beatbox” instrumental for his “First Day Out” freestyle.
Choppa was released on bail from Broward County’s Main Jail in Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday. Instead of giving comments to the media or staying out of the spotlight, he decided to put all his pent-up energy into a freestyle.
“Walk ’em down straight to the ground, we make sure that he don’t get up/Call the reverend and his momma, tell ’em come and pick him up,” he raps. Later, amid the absolute bar fest: “He take a pill and then snort it right off of his .40/Snort it right off his gun, shot a hundred then paid a hundred for his bond/Send a diss I won’t respond/Slam dunking a n***a like a n***a was LeBron.”
Instead of shying away from violent lyrics like he’s done in the past, Choppa decided to prove his lifestyle matches his raps by creating a video where he and his friends act out every lyric. Together, they run through a South Florida home while also swerving through the streets in a luxury car. Choppa even provides blurred footage of him getting oral sex while bars about fellatio are rapped in the background, along with clips of him leaving jail. Things end up getting out of hand when they crash the car into the median; luckily, everyone seemingly makes it out unscathed besides a few scratches.
NLE Choppa was arrested earlier this month for drug possession and firearm charges as well as one count of burglary of an unoccupied structure. Choppa was reportedly arrested while trying to sneak into a tow yard to get a watch back from a car that was towed during a separate incident.
Choppa seemed unfazed by the charges since he was smiling in his mugshot. The photo started to go viral following his arrest, and like the smart entrepreneur is his, he decided to turn the image into merch. He also told his fans that he would be releasing a statement on Thursday about his latest arrest, followed by a Notes app post:
In the statement he wrote, “During this arrest I was setup, substances were planted on me that I don’t consume/use/own, my name was lied upon, and I was even mistreated in the process. Every media outlet, news channel, and etc covered this story to paint a picture on a new surface I’ve been working so hard to create.”
He signed off saying, “This case will be beat and I will walk a free man, remember it’s innocent until proven guilty not guilty until proven innocent. Asking my supporters to stand firm with me and allow God to do his work. Thank you and love y’all dearly -NLE.”
Watch NLE Choppa’s “Beatbox (First Day Out)” freestyle up top.