Life Boef explains: “Time spent in prison was useful” By WeeklyNews staff Posted on July 25, 2019 3 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Boef said he the total of two years he spent in jail were useful. The 26-year-old rapper laid the foundation for his career there. “I went rapping a lot there and written a lot of texts and got a positive attitude. Eventually I was released and I realized it,” says Boef, who was released when he was 21. However, musical success has always been a dream. “I have mapped out a step-by-step plan in my cell, and I started to pursue that, and I succeeded,” he looks back. “I’ve been raping since I was 10 or so, so I’ve been doing this for a long time, only in jail you have all the time in the world so I’ve just started writing through it. But it’s not that I start detention time I started rapping. We have been doing it since we were small. ” Although Boef came into contact with the judiciary several times in recent years, he deliberately chose to focus entirely on his music after his time in prison. He therefore advises detainees to believe in themselves when they are released. “If you really believe in yourself and really want to bring about change, you will succeed, but if you think half and half on one side I want to earn real money and think honestly about criminal practices and on the other side it difficult. ” The rapper says that detention is part of life. “Many street boys who end up in jail, but I just want to give them support: spend your time like a man and when you’re free just switch your life around and do something nice with it!” Boef was in prison several times since he was 16, for which crimes it is unclear. Even after his release, the rapper worked several times in the nests. At the beginning of this year, for example, he lost his driving license after serious speeding offenses. He was previously given a community service for the destruction of a police car.