So far, we have determined that Lil Duval has no filters.After he let other celebrities wear it Exploded for their limited support Street content, he continues his day—never bother. Then on Saturday, Lil Duval doubled back, letting fans know that he has no personal opposition to “BMF” or anyone related to it.
As previously reported, Lil Duval was not impressed by his attendance at the premiere of Boosie’s biopic earlier this week. Boosie’s movie “My Struggle” describes in detail his life from childhood to stardom. Celebrity guests in attendance included Quality Control CEO Pierre “Pee” Thomas, rapper TrouBle and budding comedian Desi Banks. Therefore, the comedian used the opportunity of low attendance to give speeches to celebrities to express their support.
“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.”
At some point after Lil Duval’s criticism, 50 Cent added his thoughts to the whole situation. He shared a photo of Lil Duval barefoot on stage on his Instagram.
“Damn fool, what are you doing on stage, I didn’t even invite you to n***a,” 50 Cent wrote in his caption. “Lol Lil Duval, we are the mainstream! The Green Light Gang.”
Lil Duval probably sensed the joking tone and responded to 50 Cent with his own joke.
“I invited myself,” Lil Duval wrote in the title of the repost. “You can do this when you Lil Duval. Now go and watch Boosie movies with mainstream a**.”
After a while, Lil Duval came back to let fans know that all this was a love for 50 Cent’s work. He tweeted a prediction saying: “But in fact, the BMF series will become the best culturally on TV.”
He followed up the comment with another playful but witty headline.
“It’s really good, its legs can last at least 5 seasons,” Lil Duval wrote. “It’s really nothing to say. Mickey’s son wants all the Bish.”
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