Last week, Bobby Shmurda raised eyebrows when he criticized rap music for portraying a gangsta lifestyle to young people who are being encouraged to live the lyrics spewed by hip-hop artists. Charamanjie Ta God took issue with Shmurda’s idea and spent a minute mentioning the “Hot Nagga” rapper.
In the corner of the rumor report of breakfast club On Thursday (June 8), Charlamagne the God decided to take a moment to remind Bobby exactly why he’s known in pop culture. “Without rap, we would never have known Bobby,” he said, continuing to remind Bobby why he shouldn’t be photographed in the hip-hop music scene.
“The reason we know Bobby Shmurda is rap. Since then, they haven’t been very into his new music,” Ta God said.
God is not wrong. Since being released from prison in February 2021, Bobby Shmurda has failed to regain the buzz he earned with his 2014 smash hit “Hot N*gga.” Although he has released more than a few songs, he is not a hot topic on the streets. They’re mostly seen as club music and booty-shaking cuts, so they didn’t hit exactly on any of them. I modestly understand why Bobby is going this route, but apparently he’s influenced by what he’s heard.he said danza project He listens to rap music only when he goes to clubs.
In the same interview, Bobby said that children listening to the rapper found gangsta to be “dangerous” to the black community, adding, “Rap tells Mussaf to go from negative to positive and out of poverty.” There should be,” he said. To wealth…and how to maintain it and how to change. That’s what I want to hear. I would like to ask about your lifestyle. ”
No wonder he’s making dance music these days. He just wants people to get excited and have a good time. Unfortunately, his first day fans want to hear that OG “I’ll Boom Ya” Bobby Shmurda on the track. Perhaps he’ll make an uptempo song or something about dancing on the graves of the troops and give us the best of both worlds. I’m just saying ‘.
Check out the full interview below. Write down in the comments if you think Bobby Shmurda is right to criticize rap, or if you think Charlamagne Ta God has a point.