If Lil Boosie wrote more than a thousand songs in prison, we sincerely hope at least four hundred of them are about LSU football. Furthermore, we hope this leads to the first official Les Miles verse on a hip-hop record, and then progresses to a level of involvement not seen between rapper and football program since the days of Master P attempting to turn LSU into private stock for his failed career as a sports agent. Gerry DiNardo couldn't handle it because he wasn't street enough, but Les Miles is no Gerry DiNardo, who never required wiping down, has never been out chea or even over there, and could not be classified in any way as a bad azz.
Also, there's this:
Prosecutors have stated that they believe the rapper may have been involved in at least five other murders.
We are doing the S-E-C chant as hard as we possibly can right now.