Slim Thug has a message for young people in the streets: Stop taking chances with your life by selling drugs and getting in shootouts--find a legal hustle instead. The rapper gave that advice on his inspirational cut "Enemy," off his Hogg Life, Vol. 4: American King release, which he just dropped a video for.

At the beginning of the clip, Slim breaks down the "crabs in a bucket" theory and applies it to some folks in the black community. Afterwards, he sits down for a tasty looking seafood meal, which seems to symbolize that he's enjoying his life these days and staying away from street life.

Slim also shows different people pursuing their dreams, like a young author who penned her own book and a couple of culinary wizards who do their thing in the kitchen.

Then towards the end of the video, the Houston rhymer shows the different houses he's built with his company Boss Life Construction, which he started in 2015.

You can peep the "Enemy" clip above, and hopefully some will take heed to the veteran rapper's words and leave some of that street drama alone.

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