Officially two-thirds of the way through, Bad Azz continues to bathe in the love of his family – both blood and experience bonded. Time is a rarity in these clips. Because of this, each person attempts to keep a smile on their face and sleep to a minimum with the impending pull of the law marching closer and closer.
In episode six, the call for reform in Louisiana is stressed by one of his closest confidants, Big Yacht. After a simple Google search, it is easy to see why. Bobby Jindal’s jurisdiction was infamously dubbed as the nation’s “most corrupt state” and the handling of Boosie’s legal situation was merely one example of thousands. All nonsense notwithstanding, the humanitarian side of Mr. Hatch is exposed through an annual drive in which he rewards kids in the Baton Rouge area who excel in school.
Episode seven appears to be the joyous, yet dreaded “going away party.” Chain smoking still represents the stress and a race against time still serves as the plot twist. Surrounded by anyone he ever referred to as a loved one, Boosie spends his last night of freedom eating chicken, getting tattoos, kissing family and showing his “love” for the police.
And last but not least, the eighth installment, may very well be the most upbeat to date. It also reveals two things. The clip’s co-star and frequent collaborator, B.G., was higher than sneakers on telephone wires. While secondly, Boosie may be the prison house Chris Paul if his jumper is as sharp as it was here. You know, pending all those cigs don’t take all the wind out of him.
Bonus: This track has been in rotation heavy for the past few days.