Boosie Badazz does not have a good relationship with Instagram and the people calling the shots. The rapper criticized the photosharing app for months, and things got kicked into full gear when Instagram head Adam Mosseri visited The Breakfast Club to explain why Boosie was banned.
Boosie couldn’t believe the reason for his ban and called the act a sign of racism before calming down and pleading for his page back. During a recent conversation with fans on Instagram, Mosseri was asked why Boosie won’t get another shot.
“The only content we try to take off of Instagram is when there’s safety concerns,” Mosseri explained. “You don’t lose your account or get it suspended until you have a lot of strikes. And at some point, we have to draw the line.”
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Boosie caught wind of the explanation and proceeded to double down on his claim that the head honchos at Instagram commit acts of racism.
“THEY DONT WANT TO SEE THE OUR PEOPLE SMILING,” Boosie wrote. “RACIST.”
It doesn’t seem like Boosie is getting any closer to having his Instagram page turned back on. If one thing is for sure, though, Boosie is going to continue trying just like how he did when Facebook CEO/Founder Mark Zuckerberg became his target.
Boosie had his Instagram banned again after he slapped a man for the music video to his song featuring DaBaby, “Period.” In March, Boosie used his Twitter account after the ban and left a message for the Facebook founder. Facebook owns Instagram, and Boosie was going to get to whoever he could to get his page back.
“@zuck u just a racist,” Boosie tweeted.
@zuck u just a racist
— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) March 28, 2021
Boosie later explained his actions calling Zuckerberg a racist by challenging him to a celebrity boxing match during an interview with VladTV.
“I got in my feelings,” he said. “I don’t know if he’s racist or not I’m telling the truth, but I wanted to take it there. I want to set up a Triller. Boosie versus Zuckerberg. Celebrity boxing match. They just showing me there’s level to shit. People can really put you in your place when you don’t own shit or you don’t have no rights to shit.”