When not living the party rap lifestyle in Los Angeles, Bera also intervened in politics, releasing diss tracks aimed at his father's enemies. When Bidzina's puppet president got too out of line, Bera immediately put out a song reminding Georgians that he wasn't the true leader of the country. He also regularly performed at state events while his dad was in office, charming audiences with lyrics like "where the girls in the itty bitty bikini?" That's a line from his hit "Summertime," which is the exact song every 12-year-old would release if they suddenly had millions of dollars. Unfortunately, Bera was about 19 at the time.
Bera's other fire bars include "All my ice be glowing / Summertime but my wrist be snowing / Spending money 'cause my money keep growing," even though boasting tends to play better when you've come up from the streets, not when your dad triumphed in something called the "Aluminum Wars." Without wanting to be cruel, there are youth counselors doing educational raps about the dangers of juuling with more style and flow.