Boosie Bad Azz is telling his fellow rappers to stay armed whenever they travel around Los Angeles in the wake of the shooting death of PnB Rock on Monday, and Ice T says he’s done talking about gang culture after the rapper’s tragic passing murdered.
Boosie BadAzz similarly tweeted that rappers traveling to Los Angeles should start carrying a firearm with them for their own safety.
“Every time a LA KEEPS HIS GUNS AND HIS FINGER ON THE TRIGGER!!” Boosie tweeted on Tuesday. “BE PREPARED TO SHOOT AT ALL TIMES!! KEEP YOUR HAND ON YOUR GLOCK (no safety) N SHOOT AS SOON AS YOU SEE DAMAGE TO ANY SUSPICIOUS!! They will rob you and kill you IT IS THE MURDER CAPITAL OF RAP Tip from #LA: To all who lost their lives in Los Angeles.”
Meanwhile, Ice T tweeted that he “doesn’t talk about LA Gang culture,” adding that “MFers won’t listen to him” when he tells them “it’s not a game…at all.”
Every time a KEEP YOUR GUNS AND YOUR FINGER ON THE TRIGGER ‼️BE READY TO SHOOT AT ALL TIMES ‼️KEEP YOUR HAND ON YOUR GLOCK (no security) N SHOOT AS SOON AS YOU SEE DAMAGE TO ANY SUSPICIOUS ‼️You will be robbed and killed YOUR THE CAPITAL OF THE RAP MURDER #THE advice: they all lost their lives in Los Angeles
— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) September 13, 2022
“I’m done explaining LA Gang culture,” Ice T tweeted. “MFers won’t listen. It’s not a game… at all.”
Boosie and Ice T aren’t the only rappers to speak out about the PnB Rock shooting death, which occurred at Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffle’s in Los Angeles, a hotspot known for gang activity and violence.
Rock, 30, was shot by armed assailants during a robbery, according to authorities.
I’m done explaining the LA Gang culture… MFs won’t listen. It’s not a game.. Not at all.
— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) September 13, 2022
Meanwhile, friend and collaborator Kodak Black put the blame entirely on the slain rapper’s girlfriend for his death in his own Instagram post, even receiving backlash after writing, “She might as well kill herself.
The girlfriend, who has since deleted her Instagram account, had posted a photo of the couple eating at the restaurant in the moments before her death.
Nicki Minaj and Cardi B respond to the tragic death of PnB Rock
Others in the rap game have taken their own positions on Rocks’ death.
Nicki Minaj tweeted that “after Pop Smoke, there is no way we as rappers or our loved ones will continue to post locations of our whereabouts,” referring to Pop Smoke, a rapper who was also shot to death after several armed men located him following a social network. publication of a luggage bag that contained an address where he had been staying in Los Angeles.
Minaj added that “it was a pleasure working with him.”
After Pop Smoke, there is no way for us as rappers or our loved ones to keep posting locations of our whereabouts. To show waffles and some fried chicken????! It was a pleasure working with him. Condolences to his mom and family. This makes me feel so sick. Jesus. #SIP #PnbRock 🕊
—Nicki Minaj (@NICKIMINAJ) September 13, 2022
“After Pop Smoke, there is no way we as rappers or our loved ones will continue to post locations of our whereabouts,” Minaj wrote in a tweet. ”
To show waffles and some fried chicken????! It was a pleasure working with him. Condolences to his mom and family. This makes me feel so sick. Jesus.”
Slain Rapper’s final video showed him showing off expensive jewelry and designer clothes
Cardi B came out in defense of girlfriends, saying she “highly doubted” her opps “were looking at (her) IG baby mama,” chalking it up to being in a dangerous place where people “stay outside conspiring.”
“I highly doubt n****s were looking at PMB’s baby mama IG. It was in a bad location and people are left outside plotting. It is so irresponsible and inconsiderate to blame her for something so tragic. We should send nothing but love to her and her family right now.”
In PnB Rock’s last, since-deleted video, posted before he was shot dead in the armed robbery, he could be seen displaying expensive jewelry and huge diamond chains while wearing a Louis Vuitton sweatshirt.
He had even revealed in an interview before his death that he had been the target of several armed robberies leading up to his demise.