A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Raps About Betrayal for New Song “My Day One”
Last weekend, Lil B was allegedly jumped by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and his crew at the 2017 Rolling Loud Festival in the Bay Area before Based God's scheduled performance. The incident was reportedly sparked because Lil B made a remark about Boogie's music and the Bronx native's crew didn't like it.
A day after the incident, the 2017 XXL Freshman drops “My Day One," produced by DLoBeatz. The song finds A Boogie rapping about being betrayed by people he thought were in his inner circle. In the second verse of "My Day One," A Boogie uses lyrics from 50 Cent’s 2002 hit single “Wanksta.”
"Damn, homie/I thought you was my man, homie/What the fuck happened to you/I could've sworn you knew better/Held it down for a minute then you ended up telling/When it rains, yeah, it pours, better bring an umbrella," he raps.
"My Day One" could be A Boogie's way of trying to avoid discussing the Rolling Loud incident. He took to Twitter to say he doesn't know what happened and continued to promote his debut album The Bigger Artist that dropped last month.
Travis Scott and ScHoolboy Q have spoken out in defense of Lil B, urging their followers to protect The Based God at all costs.
Bump “My Day One” below.
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