Lil Baby is currently one of the most popular rappers in the Hip-Hop World who is most certainly in demand by fans. The Hip-Hop World as a whole has become more prevalent in pop culture and mainstream media, with its rise in popularity. He also claimed to be worth a lot of money.
It is no exaggeration to say that Lil Baby is going through a wonderful time right now, with his recent Grammy nominations and success across the Billboard charts.
While speaking to MSNBC, Lil Baby talked about his “The Bigger Picture” single which addressed issues of police brutality and inequality, notably the George Floyd case. Lil Baby then explained why he always speak up about controversial topics and instead prefers to speak about it through his art.
“I don’t really catch what’s going on or what people are saying. I don’t really wanna just speak on situations, especially when I don’t know the whole backstory [because] something I say might get misinterpreted. So, I’m quiet as far as me posting.
I speak through my art. I’m not gonna be a George Floyd advocate only,” because the rapper believes “it’s deeper than that. I know people, personally, who got killed by the police. That would be fake of me to post about [Floyd] when I ain’t even post about somebody I know who is going through [a similar situation].”
Lil Baby is certainly on top of the world right now and even Logan Paul had to admit he was wrong about him in the past. The sky is the limit for Lil Baby and he isn’t stopping anytime soon.
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