Boosie was chatting to his son on Instagram Live this past weekend when he asked him what he’s doing in Baton Rouge, to which the 20-year-old replied “trapping.”
Boosie then told his son: “You don’t need to be doing none of that shit, bro. I need you to come home, bro. I miss you. You need to come home, bro. I give you some money. I got a bag for you.”
Tootie then said he’s making “$1,500 a day” in his father’s hometown, with Boosie later talking to the camera about his son’s choices.
“I don’t get why he wanna be out there. We made it out the hood; why would you wanna go back? I don’t get it, bro,” he said.
Despite appearing to try and stop his son from “trapping,” Boosie Badazz was criticized by some online for allegedly snitching on his son’s illicit hustle.
One commenter said: “I thought Boosie was against Snitching, but he ratting on his son and giving the location right now.”
Another said: “Dry snitching on your son online is nasty work.”
Others mocked Tootie for wanting to trap despite growing up with a rich father: “We got TI son talkin bout standin on business…Diddy son throwing up GDK…now Boosie son in the hood trappin [facepalm emoji] these celebrities kids steady tryna be gangsters.”
Someone else added: “He gone learn .. just hope it ain’t too late when he do learn .. ya pops got us a good ass crib and he actually there for ya and he wanna be in the streets.. rich kids wanna struggle so bad lol.”
This isn’t the first time that Boosie Badazz has caught some heat for his parenting. Last week, the “Wipe Me Down” rapper caused a stir after he told his daughter’s boyfriend he can “cheat on her but not beat on her.”
After the criticism, he defended himself as a “damn good daddy” while saying: “What rapper u know got multiple baby momas n they kids all grew up loving each other, traveling with each other n has always been n they lives as a daddy n provided for them all gtfoh dont play with me.”