ScHoolboy Q believes Los Angeles is up there with the most dangerous places for rappers to be and explained why.

During his recent appearance on Drink Champs, N.O.R.E. asked Q whether he thinks his hometown is “one of the most dangerous places for rappers

The TDE rapper understood the notion and blamed it on people constantly “checking in” with each other.

“Yeah, because, I mean, everybody be checking in,” he said. “That’s y’all favorite thing to do: check in with somebody that’s gon’ rob your stupid ass.

You think that guy that you don’t know muthafucka in California got your back? The guy that got beef with other hoods and all this, you checking in to that dude?

“Bro, just go to the hotel, get you something to eat, go back to the hotel, go have some fun where shit is fun. Why do you wanna go over there? For what?

Don’t call me. Muthafuckas be having the nerve to call me sometimes. What are you talking about, bruh? I’m playing video games. My daughter got a soccer game tomorrow, bro.”

He added: “Grow the fuck up. I’m not about to drive over here to Beverly Hills and drop you off an ounce of weed, cuh.”

ScHoolboy Q spoke about the state of rappers being killed during an interview with Vulture in April 2019.

“Don’t let death fool you,” he said. “What it is, is there’s way more rappers than there were back then. People have been dying since the beginning of time. People are gonna pass. It’s sad to say, but there are going to be people that get murdered.

“Nipsey [Hussle]-wise … [whistles in disbelief]. That was some bullshit. That was weak as fuck. I’m just saying, in general, youth gangbanging is at an all-time low. People don’t want to talk about that.”

ScHoolboy Q released his latest album Blue Lips earlier this month, which debuted at No. 13 on the Billboard 200 chart with features from Freddie Gibbs, Ab-Soul, Rico Nasty, Jozzy and others

The project served as the follow-up to 2019’s Crash Talk, which peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200

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