Benny The Butcher is back with new music. This time around, he’s reflecting on old times while touching on a recent shooting in Houston. “3:30 In Houston” references a recent incident in which a group of men rolled by him in a Wal-Mart parking lot and shot at him. Thankfully, the shots did not prove to be fatal and the Buffalo native is expected to make a full recovery.
“F*ck all the bloggers, the n*ggas who shot me, f*ck all the opps, and f*ck Wendy Williams/Can’t trust nobody, it’s all smoke and mirrors, I still ain’t make no real friends in this business,” he rapped.
“They said, they said that sh*t was an attempt because/I still had cash on me/I still had a ton of cash on me and I still had jewels on me/You know what I’m sayin’?/This sh*t deeper than rap,” he added on the outro.
Despite being in a wheelchair for the time being, Benny The Butcher is showing no signs of slowing down. Check out “3:30 In Houston” below.