New tense exchange between Vald and Booba!
They keep biting each other! The two headliners of French rap Booba and Vald have no respite at the moment, the last named has just explained himself in a long message on the events of the Francofolies festival to justify himself on his approach and castigate the behavior of the former member of the group of the Lunatic who has just replicated giving rise to a new thorny dialogue between them.
Booba was the first to speak publicly about the incidents at the La Rochelle festival, castigating Vald’s behavior, “What is sad is for the people who had to wait for me for almost an hour and a half and because it gives a bad image of rap for nothing. We tickled each other on the networks but we were not going to do a beating operation in a festival ” he was annoyed. The V quickly responded by explaining that he wanted to protect himself following threats on B2O’s networks and claiming that he was not a brawler. “It was he who no longer wanted to approach the festival if we did not leave the boxes. He insults people when he is of course not to cross them. He opens his ass on stage when there are 50 CRS behind him, what a gangster life” he specified.
Booba reacted by relaying on Twitter an article from the media Interlude on Vald’s remarks, mentioning it with the comment, “@vald_ld So you admit to renting 50 n*res of house right?! Protect yourself by preventing the Duke from going on stage? As if I was going to lay my hand on a woman! It’s bad to know me Valdounet!!! #JDCPDV ». Sullyvan immediately replied to this tweet by posting a montage of her face as a woman with the message, “Yeah well you didn’t say the same before the 15th kind of narcissistic pervert and we didn’t block anything stop the fake news #onmangeaitdeshuitres”. Apart from his conflict with the DUC, the rapper from Aulnay is also in the news this week with the publication of the clip “Look at you”, a track produced by Zeg P & Dany Synthé taken from his latest album released on February 4.
— V4LD (@vald_ld) July 20, 2022