Is he going to change?
Instagram personality Boonk — a man who is literally famous for blatantly stealing things and who took his very name from the act of swiping — is about to have a child. In a recent message to his fans, he revealed that he’s having a baby boy… and immediately started bragging about the size of his unborn son’s junk.
“Having a baby boy, you know what I’m saying?” he said. “Look, my baby mama asked the doctor if the baby’s d**k was going to be small. And the doctor was like ‘Nah, it’s going to be big.’ Because you’re not supposed to be able to see the shape of the d**k, but you could see the shape of the d**k.”
“You know where that come from. You know where that come from. Y’all know where that come from, the baby daddy,” he added.
Boonk last made headlines for going after Meek Mill. Boonk said that Meek Mill made threats toward him but given his penchant for doing whatever it takes to get his name out there, it’s entirely possible that Boonk made it up. Still, he responded to the supposed attacks with plenty of vitriol.
“Meek, boy, you, a whole b***h,” Boonk said on Instagram. “N**ga, I ain’t worried about you. What you think, you the only one that got guns? N**ga, I’ll slap the f**k out of you. What the f**k you think this is? Funny thing is, you worrying about me, bruh, I ain’t worried two s**ts about you … Stay over there and keeping taking them Ls, boy. F**k you, n**ga.”
It makes a bit of sense when you consider that Boonk is an aspiring rapper. He wants to be known for something more than swiping Popeye’s biscuits. While that’s a noble goal, there isn’t typically too much of a shortcut to rap super-stardom. Going after rappers to start beef might have worked at one point but in the stratified era of the music industry, you aren’t going to come in off the street and get a response from Meek Mill. Especially since Mill is the perfect example of someone who paid dues and waited years for a shot.
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The gambit didn’t work. Meek didn’t respond. As you might imagine, Meek has bigger things to worry about. The rapper was recently locked up on probation violation charges stemming from an arrest that occured when the now 30-year-old rapper was 19.
The charges, the judge in the case and the ruling were all so suspect that they created an immediate outcry. Meek’s fellow rappers as well as criminal justice advocates all teamed up to host a rally in his honor and Jay-Z even grabbed some space on the New York Times op-ed page to shout at the heavens about Meek’s treatment and the unfairness of the probationary system.
“The specifics of Meek’s case inspired me to write this. But it’s time we highlight the random ways people trapped in the criminal justice system are punished every day. The system treats them as a danger to society, consistently monitors and follows them for any minor infraction—with the goal of putting them back in prison,” Jigga wrote. “Probation is a trap and we must fight for Meek and everyone else unjustly sent to prison.”
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