In this full-length interview, “A Bay Bay” rapper Hurricane Chris talks about beating a second-degree murder charge that resulted in the death of Danzeria O. Ferris Jr. at a Texaco gas station in Shreveport, Louisiana. Chris then spoke about speaking to people he knew at a gas station when someone tried breaking into his car. Chris explained that he had an AR-15 in the front seat, which he pointed at the other guy, who started threatening him, and Chris added that the guy started reaching into his pocket. From there, Vlad spoke to Chris about the case, which started with him addressing the 2020 incident. Vlad explained that Chris was in a car that he purchased for his girlfriend, but he added that she never drove it, and Chris stated that the girlfriend reported the car stolen after they had an argument stole and broke up.
Elsewhere, Hurricane Chris reacts to the memorial that was held in honor of Danzeria Ferris Jr. He explains that he was hurt because the local media painted him as a villain and the city officials whom he worked with in the past did not support him. He also talks about how the fatal shooting that changed his public perception had a negative effect on his acting career. Lastly, the 34-year-old rapper talks about resuming his rap career and fatherhood and filing a lawsuit because his murder case wasn’t properly investigated.
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