According to Boosie Badazz, crack is better than fentanyl

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In the aftermath of Gangsta Boo’s death, Boosie Badazz has some advice for you all that may surprise you.

Boosie Badazz is the Hip Hop equivalent of Skip Bayless. He decided to give some unsolicited advice to “drug addicts” in the aftermath of Gangsta Boo’s death on New Year’s Day.

The Memphis rap pioneer, 43, died a few hours after her brother was brought to the hospital on New Year’s Eve for a fentanyl overdose. Boosie paid his thanks, but it didn’t seem to come out correctly when he started offering his advice to addicts.

Boosie Badazz

“Too many people will die from fentanyl by 2022,” he added. “If you’re going to be an addict, you might as well go back to crack. Crackheads outlive everyone else. They’re still around! That fentanyl is a lot stronger. Return to crack if you can’t shake it. You’re going to be funnier and live longer.”

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid, and as a result, there is a higher rate of addiction, overdose, and mortality in the United States. I think Boosie shouldn’t talk too much about it because we’ve pretty much established that fentanyl is part of a stealthy attack against American citizens.

In addition, he advocates the use of CRACK in 2023. Remember that crack and cocaine were pushed into metropolitan cities across America to KILL Black Americans and other undesirable populations. Anyway.


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