Rapper Boosie Badazz Goes Online Jamming To R. Kelly Music and Doesn’t Care What Anyone Thinks
Lil Boosie is never been shy about his support of R. Kelly. He has made it clear that he feels the R&B star is not the worst person in the world and still jams to his music whenever possible. So it makes sense that Boosie would be excited about the R. Kelly album that hit streaming platforms this morning.
Boosie talks about a lot of things in his Vlad interviews, but one topic that always gets a big response out of him is R. Kelly. He has defended the singer numerous times, even claiming that he is better than Prince, Michael Jackson, and Stevie Wonder. “R. Kelly the truth!” he said in 2020. “R. Kelly started a generation,” he proclaimed. In a separate discussion earlier this year, he told Vlad he felt like R. kelly got over-sentenced because he is black and has money. “I can pull up over 10, 11, 13 cases where people have [taken advantage of people]. White people, and got months of probation. He was done dirty. You got people who [harmed] people!”
Boosie also blames the women and their families for pursuing Kelly over the years. “He was enticing them with a lifestyle. But he wasn’t hiding behind the bushes!” The rapper said he did not understand why the parents involved did not also get time, yelling, “It definitely was consensual when it’s the momma and the family! Thirty years, you’re talking about [harming] somebody.” As a result, Boosie has continued to support Robert, frequently posting videos of himself blasting R. Kelly’s greatest hits while on vacation.
Boosie posted a video of himself blasting Kelly’s “I Admit It” project today with the caption, “the best to ever do it, you better go listen to the album. Number 1 fan!” He overzealously bopped to the song, while fans criticized him in the comment section for supporting R. Kelly. “I wonder where his obsession & undying support for predators is stemming from? ,” said one person. Another said, “y’all should already know Boosie was going to be the first to listen to this.”
R. kelly’s album has since been pulled from streaming platforms and declared a bootleg by his label. An 18 minute version of the song has been available on Youtube for the last four years.