Boosie Badazz Shows Off His Impressive L.A. Accent: "On The Dead Homies Cuh"
Boosie Badazz is branching out beyond music these days. He undoubtedly made a mark on hip-hop throughout his tenure in the industry. However, he also shown that he's quite a savvy business person. The rapper's passion for real estate has been well-documented in the past. It's not uncommon for Boosie to show off the many renovations at the Boosie Estate. However, he also leaped into the world of film on a smaller scale. Still, it appears that he's looking to expand his resume and empire further.
In the past two years, Boosie's ramped up his efforts in film. He launched My Struggle in 2021 which follows the story of a rapper who continues to "trip over his own shoelaces," per IMDB. Then, he explored the phenomenon of Atlanta's infamous Water Boys in the film, Water Boyz. Most recently, he dropped the movie Where's MJ? - a comedy that arrived just in time for the holiday season. It seems that now, he's gearing up for a bigger and more challenging role that will take him out of his comfort zone.
Boosie Badazz's L.A. Accent
It seems like Boosie Badazz just landed a new movie role where he'll depict a Los Angeles native. The rapper took to Instagram this week alongside his friend where he showcased his accent, which produced hilarious results. "You'll die right now, n***a. On the dead homies, Cuh!" he said as he continued to play up to the West Coast stereotypes. "Working on my Cali role, man. Trying to get my shit together," he said as he reverted back to his usual voice.
At this point, he began asking his friend about the specific lingo that he needs to use to master his role. After his friend said that he should use "on the dead homies" more often, Boosie wrapped his hands around one another and began to further channel his inner L.A. gang member. "On the dead homies, cuh. I'm hurtin' right now, n***a," he said. Check out the full clip above and sound off with your thoughts on Boosie's L.A. accent in the comment section below. Is Boosie's accent convincing?