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Fivio Foreign Backs The ‘Rap Is The Most Dangerous Job’ Narrative

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Fivio Foreign believes rappers are targeted more than any other profession.

In a tweet on Tuesday (November 17), the Brooklyn drill artist echoed a sentiment Jim Jones similarly expressed earlier this year that was met with controversy from an Iraq war vet at the time.

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“Rapper are da most targeted people on planet earth,” Fivio wrote. “Target by police, by otha Rappers, by Media, By Civilians & everybody eles dat feel like we shuddnt have all da things we have.”

Back in February, Jones made the claim that being a rapper is “more dangerous” than being a soldier, which sparked a back and forth with a solider who begged to disagree. Jones maintained his stance, however, and in fact doubled down on his sentiments after Benny The Butcher was shot in the leg outside of a Houston Walmart on Sunday (November 15) .

Jim Jones Angers Iraq War Vet For Saying Being A Rapper Is ‘More Dangerous Than Being A Soldier’

“So y’all still don’t agree with wht I said,” Jones wrote on Instagram with a screenshot of an article about Benny. “Being a rapper is 1 of thee most dangerous jobs in the world. Get well soon bro stay safe stay dangerous.”

The Griselda rapper’s shooting came amid a string of violence in the rap community that took the lives of both King Von and Mo3 in the weeks prior. And just 24 hours earlier, Boosie Badazz was shot in the leg as well while in Dallas to pay tribute to Mo3.


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