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Offset Remembers the Time He Almost Died in a Car Crash

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Many people aren’t fortunate enough to walk away from a car crash, but Offset is not one of those people…thankfully!

Just after being involved in a serious accident, in Atlanta, GA, Offset went onto record his first solo album, Father of 4. The album released in February 2019 and tells of the rapper’s past, future and present. In a special interview, he conducts with DJ Clue, the rapper talks in full about the album, and about the day he crashed his green sports car.

“The first thing I thought when I crashed was get out the car … and don’t panic, because I know a lot of people die when they panic.”

Offset remembers being afraid that he might not walk away from the accident alive. He also remembers how much pain he felt.

“I remember there was so much blood and my face was just burning,”

Offset appeared on “Clue Radio” for one of the first interviews in which he goes into detail about the crash. However, HNHH reports that the rapper was in great spirits.

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