I think it’s pretty safe to say that most rappers look up to gangsters. With hardcore lyrics, they to embody their favorite mobster or gangster. Rick Ross named a slew of them on his second single, “Blowin’ Money Fast.”
In music, some rappers fake the funk by putting on a tough persona, while others actually live or have lived that life. And those rappers are like candy and the police are kids in the candy store. From threatening to kill the mall’s security to beating and strangling a woman, these rappers were on the run from the law at one time, or three, in their lives.