Clipse's Ex-Manager Anthony 'Geezy' Gonzalez Says that His Drug Raps Were 95 Percent Based On His Life

HipHop News Posted on February 26, 2020 at 8:07am

Clipse's Ex-Manager Anthony 'Geezy' Gonzalez Says that His Drug Raps Were 95 Percent Based On His Life

Anthony "Geezy" Gonzalez was a hustler until Clipse signed a major recording contract.

According to Clipse's former manager, Anthony "Geezy" Gonzalez, all those drug-trafficking raps Pusha T and Malice spit is actually based on the Geezy the very life of the drug-pushing since he was 15 years of age.

The group is not together anymore, though. Malice, now goes by No Malice, and it has become his life in the Lord and Push is still in the rap game to drop albums of drugs..focusing on the ad {

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In a recent interview with DJ Vlad, Geezy says about 95 percent of Pusha's raps are based on his life to be a distributor of the drug.

"I never had to ask me about or idea of what they have seen," Gonzalez said. "But, I remember a few times that it was a rap from back in the day and he and I were sitting there talking and I said that to him, I made a statement, for each vehicle I managed to add nine O.

"I was speaking in general, when I said that, and he looked at me, but didn't say anything. Then I heard him say in a rhyme, '

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