Boosie Badazz has been booted from the Legendz of the Streetz Tour following both an onstage fight in Atlanta and subsequent shooting at a Baltimore nightclub where the Baton Rouge native had made an appearance.
The 38-year-old rapper shared a photo of a sign on the Royal Farms Arena door to Twitter on Monday (October 4), revealing he’d officially been scrubbed from the star-studded lineup.
“Boosie Badazz has been removed from the Legendz of the Streetz Tour,” the sign reads. “If you would like to request a refund to this evening’s concert tour, REFUNDS MUST BE OBTAINED PRIOR TO ENTERING THE VENUE AT POINT OF PURCHASE.”
He added in the caption, “THIS IS THE MOVE THEY PULLING OFF ON THE TOUR SO U CANT GET REFUNDS. READ IT CLEAR LOL LIKE PEOPLE GO READ A SIDE DOOR LOL SHIT OUT TO ALL MY BALTIMORE FANS LOVE YALL.”
THIS IS THE MOVE THEY PULLING OFF ON THE TOUR SO U CANT GET REFUNDS ,READ IT CLEAR LOL LIKE PEOPLE GO READ A SIDE DOOR LOL SHIT OUT TO ALL MY BALTIMORE FANS ‼️LOVE YALL pic.twitter.com/8QFJDXYKgx
— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) October 4, 2021
Violence seems to follow Boosie Badazz everywhere he goes on this latest run. While performing at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Friday (October 1), a fight broke out onstage as Boosie performed.
Then in the wee hours of Monday morning, a man was shot at the Euphoria Nightclub during a “Championship Sundays” party with Boosie Badazz.
According to the Baltimore Sun, gunshots erupted around 1:38 a.m. local time following a large fight inside the club. Police patrolling in the Canton Industrial Area heard gunshots and quickly discovered a vehicle with several bullet holes and a shattered window.
A 27-year-old man soon checked in at a nearby hospital with several gunshot wounds. The shooting victim is currently in critical condition after being struck in the head and upper body.
The Legendz of the Streetz Tour kicked off on September 30 and boasts performances from 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Jeezy, Lil Kim, Gucci Mane and Fabolous. The 11-date run wraps up on October 17 in Tampa, Florida.