Boosie Badazz Is Disappointed That Nicki Minaj Worked With Tekashi 6ix9ine - Says She Doesn't Have A 'Heart'
Boosie Badazz has a hard time standing up for Nicki Minaj these days. As hip-hop fans know, Tekashi 6ix9ine is not a favorite among his contemporaries in the rap scene. The rapper came under fire for ratting out his former gang members in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods in exchange for a reduced sentence.
The action made him one of the most hated figures in the industry, and Nicki Minaj is now guilty by association. Following his release from prison, Nicki Minaj and 6ix9ine hopped on a track together, "TROLLZ," and it took many people by surprise.
According to a new report from Hot New Hip Hop, Boosie Badazz is just one of many rappers who isn't pleased with Nicki. He says her recent decision shows a "lack of character," and he also thinks she doesn't have a heart.
Fans of Badazz know he is easily one of the most outspoken people in the rap game. The rapper always has an interesting take on things, even if it's not popular opinion or politically correct by the industry's standards.
During an interview on VladTV, a program on which Boosie frequently appears, he laid out his real feelings regarding the collaboration for all to see. You can check out what he had to say in the YouTube video shown below:
According to Boosie, it shows that she would "change for money and success." The rapper claims Nicki turned her back on the hip-hop and the black community. She said, "f*ck'em," the rapper claims. Regarding whether or not he knows her, Boosie said he doesn't.
They met one time when she was in a relationship with Meek Mill, but he really doesn't know her well personally. However, he got the vibe from her that she was a "ghetto, gutter b*tch." Boosie went on to say it was very possible Nicki didn't "have a heart" for what Tekashi did to people.
The rapper went on to question whether Nicki was as hood as she has claimed to be. As it was previously reported, Nicki and 6ix9ine dropped a track together earlier this year.