Boosie Badazz has called out a family member who intercepted a business deal on his behalf and never delivered him any of the proceeds.
In a post to his Instagram on Wednesday (November 23), the Baton Rouge rapper revealed that two people close to him took $10,000 from an upcoming artist and promised them a Boosie verse – but never gave him the money.
“N-gga, you know what you stole,” he began the video. “N-gga y’all act like y’all would get a verse from me, took 10,000 from a n-gga. Come on man! You took 10,000 from a n-gga, a n-gga come back a year later and gon’ ask me, ‘Where my verse at?’ N-gga you started all this shit, you and Lil Mel. Come on man! Only thing is I ain’t catch you yet.
He continued on, revealing that one half of the duo even admitted what they did. “You thought you had a free 10 grand, cuh. Let’s keep it real, n-gga,” Boosie said. “You know you not like that. Lil Mel confessed! Lil Mel said, ‘I did that. I can’t take that back.’”
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Never one for holding his tongue, Boosie also spoke out against Donald Trump on Sunday (November 20) after the former President said he’d be seeking the death penalty for drug dealers.
“Death penalty for drug dealers WTF!!,” Boosie tweeted in response. “@potus45 is you go have death penalty for white cops who kill innocent black men ?”
On the music side, Boosie Badazz recently announced he’s working on a joint album with T.I., with an accompanying reality TV series called Raw Ass Kids that will co-star their respective sons, Tootie Raww and King Harris.
During a recent interview with Fat Joe, Boosie claimed the album will be better than Drake and 21 Savage’s No. 1 album, Her Loss.
“I heard Drake and 21 album, it’s hard, but I don’t think it’s harder than our album,” he asserted. “It’s Rubber Band Man and Badazz. This shit different.”