According to TMZ, on August 26, 2022, law enforcement in Fulton County, Georgia pulled over Boosie Badazz, 39, on suspicion of speeding. As a result of an unanticipated chain of events, he wound up putting on a performance for the police and even offered them a position in his company.
In a video that he made, he can be heard saying, “They got me pulled over again so I finna do a concert in front of the police.”
He then began to sing his song “Set It Off” on the side of the highway, after which he began to chant “F—k the police.”
The next thing that happened was that Boosie pulled $30,000 in cash out of his pocket and displayed it to the police.
Several times, he inquired as to whether or not he would be going to jail because, in that event, “the money is ready.”
In addition to this, he talked to an officer and inquired about the salary he receives. He extended an invitation to work for him, stating, “If you ever get bored of working for them, come work for me.”
According to the Fairburn Police Department’s Deputy Chief, who spoke with TMZ, Boosie was pulled over for speeding 73 miles per hour in a zone that was only 55, and he was also observed throwing an “unknown object” out of the vehicle.
The cops inspected his vehicle because he had been littering, and inside they discovered a trace amount of marijuana.
After some time had passed, he was issued a citation for both speeding and littering. This was not the first time that Boosie had a run-in with the law. Continue reading to find out five interesting facts about the rapper who is also a father to eight children.
Boosie Has Been Identified As Having Kidney Cancer
On November 25, 2015, the rapper who was born in Louisiana shared the information with his followers via an Instagram post. Lil Boosie captioned a photo of himself eating on Instagram with the following message: “I need all my fans to pray for me.”
“The doctor just informed me that cancer has spread to my kidneys.” A little under two weeks after that, he went in for surgery to have the cancerous kidney removed along with the rest of the kidney.
“I would want to extend my gratitude to each and every one of you for your love and support! The surgery went fine. God is good! The next phase of recuperation! Cancer that was found in Boosie’s kidney has been removed, he stated in an Instagram post, announcing the good news.
The Bullet Entered Boosie in the Leg
According to TMZ, Boosie had a gunshot wound to the leg in November 2020 while he was in Dallas, Texas to pay his condolences to fellow rapper Mo3, who had been assassinated just days earlier.
According to reports, the shooter opened fire on him when he was going in a sprinter van at a retail spot known as Big T’s Plaza.
The news source claims that he was taken to the hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound below the knee, but that his injuries were not considered to be life-threatening. The Dallas Police Department was called by HollywoodLife, and they said they were unable to identify Boosie.
According to TMZ, even though there were rumours that he needed his foot to be amputated, Boosie ended up getting discharged from the hospital after undergoing several surgeries to remove bullet fragments from his shin so that screws could be placed in his foot.
The surgeries were performed so that Boosie’s foot could receive screws. He was able to make a complete recovery.
Unanticipatedly, Boosie Was Awarded an Early Release From Prison
Back in March of 2014, the rapper, whose actual name is Torrence Hatch, was unexpectedly freed from a facility that was part of the Louisiana State Penitentiary.
He had been incarcerated there since 2009 due to a charge of possessing marijuana; however, his term was later increased because he attempted to sneak drugs into the facility.
According to TMZ, a representative for the correctional facility notified the media upon Boosie’s release that he would remain on parole until the year 2018.
Boosie Badazz Has Had a Difficult History
Boosie was incarcerated at the time, but that did not prevent him from continuing to work on his songs. Following his release in 2014, he stated to the press that he had over one thousand songs written while incarcerated and that he was intending to release a new album shortly.
Boosie stated that he had listened to some current rap music and believed that the industry was “wide open” for him to jump back in and become one of the most relevant rap stars. At the time, he made this statement, he had listened to some current rap music.
According to HipHopDX, he stated in a press conference that “as for the rap game, I feel like the music I got, the rap game wide open for me to take over.”
“As for the rap game” “I feel as though the music I’ve been listening to for the past three or four days, both on the radio and elsewhere, is distinct from my own. As I’ve already mentioned, it’s not the same as my music. And different brings brilliance. To tell you the truth, I have the impression that I am completely alone in the music industry.
Comments Made By Boosie That Were Transphobic Regarding Dwyane Wade’s Daughter
The comments that the rapper made regarding Dwyane Wade’s transgender daughter, Zaya, in the year 2020 drew a lot of criticism.
The rapper known as “Nasty Nasty” made their statement in February of 2020, after the NBA player Zaya declared that she identifies as a female.
When this happened, she was just 12 years old. Boosie responded to Dwyane Wade’s statement by saying, “Dwyane Wade, you’ve gone too f—king far, buddy” in an Instagram Live video that followed the news.
He was put under intense pressure to provide an apology, but he insisted that he did not regret what he had done. On the episode of The Breakfast Club that aired on April 13, Boosie was interviewed by Charlamagne Tha God. During the conversation, Boosie said to Charlamagne Tha God, “It’s kinda f—king with my money, but I meant everything I said and I’d say it again.”
They were attempting to set up a meeting with Jay-Z so that they could discuss anything. “They say JAY-Z was going to get him on the phone and all that stuff, I need to apologise to save this and save that, that I got coming up,” he recalled. “I’m not going to apologise for anything. Who cares if Jesus calls and tells me I need to apologise? I don’t give an f—k. I said what I said, guy. I had the correct impression.
When the “Trust Nobody” rapper defended DaBaby after the latter lost several jobs as a result of his homophobic rant at the Rolling Loud music festival in 2021, he was subjected to another round of heated criticism. This time, the controversy stemmed from the rapper’s decision to criticise members of the LGBTQ+ community on Instagram in the year 2015.
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“It’s unfortunate that you all are trying to impose this LGBT thing on the rest of the globe. It’s a shame that you guys keep trying to silence artists.
According to Vibe, he made the comment on Instagram, “Y’all sad, man, it’s sad, bro.” It won’t be considered typical for a child to be heterosexual ten years from now. It’s a bummer, man. You guys are trying to impose your will on these kids, man.
Putting pressure on the artists and putting pressure on the most prominent artists. You are aware of why… Simply because the youth adore those musicians. You are making fun of these children.