Boosie sat down with VladTV for an interview released on Tuesday (October 31). Vlad asked the Baton Rouge rapper if he was surprised that Keefe had been arrested, given that the accused killer had at one point been given qualified immunity for admitting his involvement. But, as Vlad explained to Boosie, that immunity only applied to the statements Keefe made at the moment immunity was granted. If he made similar statements at a different time, those could be used against him.
Boosie was previously unaware of that detail, which explains his initial reaction when he heard about the arrest.
Boosie told Vlad: “[I was] kind of [surprised], because [Keefe D] been talking about it. And I thought, when he got busted or whatever, that he had immunity. So when he got arrested, I was like, immunity must be fuckin’ gone… I thought he’d never get arrested for it.”
“I thought if you get immunity, it’s done,” he continued.
You can see the interview below.
Elsewhere in his talk with Vlad, Boosie gave his take on the Dwight Howard sexual assault lawsuit. He seemed mostly concerned with the fact that, in documents related to the suit, Howard admitted to being in a sexual encounter involving another man.
Despite being an outspoken critic of openly gay stars like Lil Nas X, Boosie urged Howard to come clean about his sexuality, speculating that it’ll probably help — not hurt — his career.
“He’ll probably make more money than what he making. He’s tall — he’ll be like the statue [of the LGBTQ community],” Boosie said. “I would tell him confess to the press. Stop playing. If you like dick, you like dick! This ain’t 1990. You not gonna be banned from certain shit.
“He don’t wanna face the backlash, that’s what I think. The last couple of years, he’s been talking shit to all the players. Now, the tables finna turn! Those guys you talk shit about, they gonna have something to say.”
The “Wipe Me Down” rapper added: “You already confessing saying you do what you wanna do. Just go ahead and confess to the press. Get your big tall ass on Capitol Hill and confess to the press, man.”