AceShowbiz - Boosie Badazz (Lil Boosie) responded to Kanye West offering an apology to the Jewish community, while defending his "White Lives Matter" T-shirts. In a new video, the Baton Rouge rapper slammed the "Famous" spitter for not apologizing to black people.
In the clip, which he shared on Friday, October 28, Boosie said, "This n***a gon' apologize to the Jewish community, but don't say s**t to the black community." He added, "You a clown, dog."
The "Wipe Me Down" emcee went on to put Ye on blast as he added, "You shoulda kept talkin' 'bout the black community. Probably, you wouldn't have heard nothin' but Boosie. You want to f**k with the Jews. The Jews gon' have you lookin' like Delonte West on Skid Row, n***a."
This wasn't the first time for Boosie to publicly criticize Ye for his comments that were against the black community. Boosie was among celebrities who called out the "Donda" artist after he introduced "White Lives Matter" T-shirt at his Yeezy show during Paris Fashion Week earlier this month.
"@kanyewest AFTER ALL WE BEEN THROUGH AS A RACE YOU PUT THIS DISRESPECTFUL S**T ON!! U GIVES NO F**KS ABOUT HOW BLACKS HAVE DIED N SUFFERED TO THE HANDS OF THE WHITE MAN N U SAY BUSH DON'T LIKE BLACK PEOPLE.. REALLY 'N***A,' " Boosie wrote on Twitter on Monday, October 3.
Boosie also reacted fiercely when Ye called Black Lives Matter movement a "scam." In a tweet the next day, Boosie fumed, "[Damn], Kanye West, you just going to keep using your platform to s**t on your own race like this?" He continued, "This sad [and] the black people who still support you [are] even sadder. Last time speaking on this. #KanyeWestDoesntLikeBlackPeople. Do us a favor [and] bleach your skin all white. Thanks."
In a follow-up tweet, he took the matter into his own hands and virtually bleached the Chicago rapper's skin. "Just do it!!" he wrote alongside the picture.
The Louisiana rapper also made use of his Twitter account to slam Ye after he claimed on "Drink Champs" that George Floyd died of fentanyl instead of police brutality. "Tryin to s**t on GF N F**K UP HIS GLORY SMH #really," Boosie tweeted, before suggesting it was Ye himself who was tripping by saying, "I THINK U ON FENTANYL."
Not stopping there, Boosie continued, "@kanyewest THE HATRED YOU HAVE FOR BLACKS IS SAD. N they STILL SUPPORT YOUR C**N A**." Listing the "Famous" rapper's antics, Boosie continued, "First Slavery was a choice,white lives matter,now George Floyd etc.N ITS SAD THAT BLACKS WITH A PLATFORM AINT TELLING U S**T for ATTACKING OUR RACE LIKE U DO #WELLIAM U SICK FRFR."
Boosie wasn't the only one who thought that Ye, who offered another apology to the Jewish community for his offensive remarks in a recent sit-down with Lex Fridman, owed black people an apology. Upon watching the interview, one person commented, "So where's his apology to all the black people he offended including the family of George Floyd? We don't get the same energy Nah? People quick to apologise when their pockets get touched… smh."
"What about an apology to his own people???!" someone else similarly questioned. One other sarcastically added, "But never gon apologize for disrespecting his own people. Black folks, this is your king huh."