Continuing his post-prison round of press, Lil Boosie spoke with AllHipHop about staying out of trouble now that he’s a free man.

When asked if he worried about the prospect of extra police scrutiny given his status as a rapper, Boosie said that while they’ll be watching, he’s playing it safe. “They not gon’ stay off my radar. I just ain’t—I was doing nothing last time but smoking a little joint or two,” he said. “I ain’t even gon’ do that anymore. They can stay on me all they want, pull me over I ain’t got nothing. I ain't around nobody who got nothing. I ain’t around no negative people, so I’m straight. I ain’t worried about them.“

Speaking on an Instagram post of his daughter excited about his release, Boosie explained being too happy to be angry at her use of the n-word in the clip. “I was too happy to fuss,” he said. “After that, I told her I didn’t want her saying the word, you know. She was one of those that went through ‘Your daddy ain’t coming home’, ‘Yo daddy this’ in schools and such. So, I think it was just..when I called her and told her I was coming home, I think it was all the stuff she went through coming out. I didn’t know she had it in her like that...She went off or whatever. I just told her don’t use the word no more like that. But I ain’t whoop her or nothing. She a straight-A student.” The Instagram video in question, which is available below, features Boosie's daughter saying, "I told y'all niggas...He comin' home today...Told y'all. Y'all better believe it." 

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