As we all know, Lil Duval is outspoken.Comedians have a certain charm Tearing the subject On his Twitter and Instagram accounts. From relationships with women to political and cultural habits, Lil Duval is not sure about his daily themes. On Friday, the artist decided to use his platform to give a speech to industry colleagues who only support mainstream art.
Lil Duval focused on everyone who participated in 50 Cent’s Premiere of “BMF” Thursday. This list includes co-stars LaLa, Snoop Dogg and Monica and Kandi Burruss. Lil Duval himself attended the meeting and noticed a significant difference between the guest lists of two similar events. Therefore, he compared the premiere on Thursday night with the premiere of Boosie’s biopic “My Struggle” on Instagram.
“Every celebrity you can think of attended the BMF premiere,” Lil Duval wrote on Instagram. “But at the premiere of @hesbackagain2021, I only saw @qcmceo_p, @troublemmb and @iamdesibanks.”
The chief executive of the quality control company Pierre “Piss” Thomas, rapper TrouBle, and rising comedian Desi Banks lost the joke. However, Lil Duval did not stop there. Instead, he continued to explain what support should look like.
“What I want to say is that we must support the streets as we support mainstream things,” Lil Duval wrote. “Especially in the south. Because they don’t really joke with us, they just deal with us.”
Busy’s “My Struggle”
You may already know that Bussy Released an independent biographical film Friday, September 24-the same day as Lil Duval’s explosion. This film tells the life story of the rapper from childhood to stardom.It can stream On my website Only $19.99. Fans can expect to see faces like Boosie playing herself, YFN Lucci and Quando Rondo.
“From the bottom, directly into the pantheon of the legendary rapper,” the movie describes. “Boosie Badazz reminds us that the American dream still exists and is good. Through this feature-length autobiography, we explore the most formative characters, places and parts of Bussy’s life. Through the lens of the legendary creator himself. The veil gazes into one’s heart; insanity, unswervingly pursuing greatness.”
Lil Duval’s message was co-signed by TrouBle, and he commented: “U da realest ON Lord Bruh!!!” under his position. By Friday night, the post had received more than 91,000 likes on Instagram.
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