Boosie Badazz’s Instagram troubles have inspired him to take legal action against the Facebook-owned service.

After facing more headaches on his new IG page, the Baton Rouge native claimed he’d file a discrimination lawsuit with the help of his lawyer Drew Findling.

“I STARTED A NEW IG @boosienewig n they stopped my live soon as shaderoom posted it,” he wrote on Twitter. “I HAVENT POSTED NOTHIN R WENT LIVE this is discrimination/racial etc. IM SUEING CALLING DREW NOW.”

Boosie’s original Instagram account was deleted in August. His page was deactivated over sexual content, which was frequently on display during his livestreams.

The outspoken artist wasn’t happy about losing access to his favorite social media platform, ranting about the situation on multiple occasions. He even offered to pay Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg $100,000 to have his account restored.

Boosie Badazz Offers Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg $100K To Restore His Instagram

While Boosie hasn’t had any luck in getting his page reinstated, he got back on Instagram with what he calls a temporary account. His new IG, @boosienewig, has roughly 345,000 followers as of Thursday (September 17).

View a few of his recent posts below.

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