The Baton Rouge native recruited Flav to play his father in his Where’s MJ? blockbuster, which was recently released via Badazz films.
“If you my daddy, were you been at?” Boosie asks Flav in a scene captured by The Shade Room.
“I been on the road touring. That’s where I been. Saying I’m sorry I ain’t been there for a minute,” Flav responds before explaining how he met his mother.
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Boosie has long heard about the lookalike comparisons to the Rock & Roll Hall-of-Famer and once posted on social media that he was disgusted someone mixed him up for Flav in the airport.
“I was just in the fucking airport and lady gon’ be talkin about, ‘Flavor Flav!’ I don’t look like no damn Flavor Flav, I look like Boosie. That’s why I don’t wear these damn red glasses,” he said. “It’s too early in the morning for that shit… Flav, you can’t fuck with me, man.”
The father-son relationship isn’t that far-fetched with Flav, 63, being 23 years Boosie’s elder. Those looking to check out Where’s MJ? can rent the film on Boosie’s website for $19.99.
Meanwhile, Boosie spent his Wednesday night (January 11) courtside at State Farm Arena as the Milwaukee Bucks came to town to take on the Atlanta Hawks without superstar Trae Young.
Boosie was on his best behavior since he claimed the NBA allegedly threatened to ban him from sitting courtside. He held off from picking up the game ball placed right in front of him during a timeout which he believed was a set-up.
The 40-year-old even added another game-worn jersey to his growing collection after Bucks point guard Jrue Holiday blessed him with the jersey right off his back after they caught up following Milwaukee’s 114-105 victory.