Boosie Badazz Defends Jay-Z And Beyoncé Knowles - Says People Who Criticize Them Are Just 'Haters'

Boosie Badazz Defends Jay-Z And Beyoncé Knowles - Says People Who Criticize Them Are Just 'Haters'
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The internet is filled with haters, trolls, and people who are just jealous of other people's success, and this is something that lies at the root of those who don't like Beyonce and Jay-Z , at least according to Boosie Badazz.

When it comes to the entertainment industry, competition is fierce and many artists do whatever they can to go viral and secure a better future for themselves. Others may become embittered when they see someone doing much better than them, however, Boosie Badazz says he isn't one of them.

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The rapper said recently that he felt inspired by those who have more than him; they're his muse, and they don't get him down. The star went on to say that people who are jealous of stars like Jay-Z and Beyonce are not looking at them the right way. "They're looking at them as opps," the performer explained.

Boosie, who was recently shot in the leg during his visit to a vigil held for Mo3, went on to tell a story about the time he left Louisiana for Georgia. He went to Rick Ross' huge estate, and he claims he was so inspired by Rick's success.

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He claimed it inspired him to go into "full grind mode," before going on to say that he saw with his "own eyes" what was possible for a black man to achieve. He wasn't left embittered by the sight of Rick Ross' success at all.

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Boosie has been in the headline a lot more over the last few weeks. As it was noted above, the rapper was reportedly shot in the leg while in Dallas, Texas, where he had been participating in a vigil for his friend, Mo3, who was shot and killed.

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This came not long after the death of King Von , as well, who was shot and killed outside of an Atlanta nightlife establishment. During an interview, Boosie said to Vlad from VladTV that being a rapper was easily one of the most dangerous careers because you never know who is going to try and kill you, whether it's the police, gang members, or even jealous haters.

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