AceShowbiz - Boosie Badazz has some thoughts regarding the reason why Nipsey Hussle's killer Eric Holder did what he did. Police have been investigating the motive behind the murder by collecting detailed reports and security footage of the moments leading up to his shooting, but it is highly believed that Eric killed the rapper because of the snitching allegations that were made. Boosie, however, begged to differ.
During his latest interview with hip-hop commentator DJ Vlad, the 36-year-old "Mind of a Maniac" rapper suggested that Eric wasn't happy about one of Nipsey's selfie. Alluding that Eric was blinded by jealousy, Boosie claimed, "He was hypnotized with hatred, bro." Boosie then added, "His girl tooka selfie with Nipsey. He ain't never seen her that happy in her life."
Later during the interview, Boosie talked about a faux video which was initially believed to feature Eric embracing the slain rapper from a few years ago. "Why would you go and kill Nip, dog? If you know you're a rat, him telling you you're a snitch was not the total reason," Boosie shared. "Not even close to the reason why he killed Nipsey Hussle. He been wanted to kill him. He been hated on the boss. He wanted to rap."
Boosie had always been opinionated about things and wasn't even afraid to get real about anything despite the risk of facing criticism. He recently opened up that he would discipline his children by beating them up when they were acting up.
"Like, I bear my kids' a**," he confessed to DJ Vlad. "And sometimes it falls back on me because I play with my kids a lot." Hinting that it can get pretty ugly sometimes, Boosie added, "I can't really talk about how bad I beat 'em."
In addition to beating, Boosie made sure his kids feel the embarrassment for misbehaving. "He shared that he would be "chewing" them out in the presence of their siblings so that they would get embarrassed. "They don't like that. You don't like to get embarrassed in front of your brothers and sisters," he went on explaining.
Instead of getting criticized over his parenting skill, people were unexpectedly praising him for sticking to the old ways. One person suggested that white parents "should listen" to the interview and learn, while another noted, "Yassss he keeping it a band. I love him so much Keep them in line bae and they will be great law abiding citizens."
Boosie has eight children, three of whom he shares with Walnita Decuir-Hatch.