Montana of 300 on Chicago Violence, Rap Beef, Racism (Full Interview)
Montana of 300 sat down on the Vlad couch to talk about violence in Chicago and how white supremacy ties into it, saying that the KKK should hold a protest in his hometown because they have “a lot of ammunition.” He then talks about sitting down with Minister Farrakhan and what he’s learned from him and why he would never beef with another rapper.
Montana also speaks about his past life in the streets and how he beat 2 of 3 gun charges, and how he has an artist signed to his label who is still tied to that life. Then he praises Chief Keef and Soulja Boy for paving the way to shine a light on Chicago artists before he speaks on new rappers and their need to wear chokers.
Listen to the full interview above.