Boosie Badazz has cultivated a reputation for a number of things, from dropping priceless one-liners to being consistently unhinged, and he’s now added another trait to the mix: misplacing expensive items.
On Monday (November 27), the 41-year-old made a guest appearance at an exclusive screening of his new movie, No Honor Loyalty Or Love. Released earlier this month, the film premiere took place at a theatre in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The following day, the Baton Rouge rapper took to social media and asked his followers for help after realizing that he lost a jewelry item at the event.
“I LOST MY BOSSMAN RING AT THE MOVIE PREMIERE [I]N CHARLOTTE IF U FOUND IT CAN U PLEASE BRING IT TO CLUB EXPLICIT,” he wrote in an Instagram post. “CASHREWARD SMH”
It didn’t take long for the online community to start roasting him considering this isn’t the first time he’s been careless about his possessions.
“You need to hire somebody to walk behind you with a flashlight at the ground 24/7,” one follower wrote, while another added: “He needs a Fonzworth Bentley.”
Some even advised the Louisiana native to just give up wearing his bling in public, with a fan commenting: “At this point bro just leave that sh*t at home you ain’t gone have no jewelry left if this keeps up.”
“Bruh you need a personal lost and found prevention,” one person wrote, while another added: “You in Charlotte them n-ggas prolly ain’t bringin u shit back bruh.”
Boosie hasn’t had the best luck when it comes to securing his jewelry as of late, losing a costly piece not too long ago, making it the second loss of its kind in two weeks.
In late October, he attended an NBA game between the Atlanta Hawks and Minnesota Timberwolves. Visibly excited about being there, the 40-year-old livestreamed himself dancing courtside at the event.
Though he didn’t realize it at the time, one of his several chains slipped off his neck as he continued moving to Missy Elliot’s “Lose Control.” Upon noticing the missing bling, he publicly offered a reward to whoever could help him find the necklace in a since-deleted tweet.
“My chain came off at the game cash reward who ever give it back to me,” he wrote along with a phone number. Considering he took it down soon after, it is unclear if he found the item or how long the offer remained on the table.
He was faced with a nearly identical problem in mid-October after losing a separate chain while on the road. Taking to his Instagram Story with a PSA, Boosie promised between $5,000 and $10,000 to anyone who could help him find the piece.
“Aye I just lost my muthafuckin’– my all-white diamond chain,” he began. “I got $5-10,000 whoever bring me my chain back. I just had it on when I did the drop [I posted earlier]. I went in the hotel and worked out. I had it on when I went to my room. My chain is gone, bro.”
He continued: “I don’t know if it done came off my neck when I was walking upstairs or something but whoever get me my chain, I got the money on me right now. I’ma pay you $5–10,000 for my chain. I’ma pay you $5–10,000 you bring me my chain. I got the money. I’ma pay you right now.”