Rapper poses in front of Peterbilt, says he got CDL to ‘move cocaine’

Just going to leave this here.

Hood Cowboy

A rap artist has shared a new music video featuring tons of semi trucks — and a questionable message about his supposed reasons for getting into the trucking industry.

Dallas, Texas-based rapper “Hood Cowboy” recently shared a music video for the song “Down The Interstate” from his 2018 album, also called “Hood Cowboy.”

The music video features Hood Cowboy behind the wheel of a semi truck (though never while the truck is in motion) as he raps about transporting cocaine.

“What you think I went and got the CDL for? To move the cocaine, same dope dope game.”

You can view the video for “Down the Interstate” for yourself below.

It isn’t clear what Hood Cowboy’s real name is or whether he actually holds a CDL, but he did share the video below on his Facebook page.

#newvideoalert #hoodcowboy feat @donke713 @jeffadairfilms 🎥 #houston #texas #dallastx album available on all main sites platforms🌃 🤟🏿💪🏿🔥🔥💯

Posted by Hoodcowboy on Friday, June 7, 2019

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