Boosie Badazz is looking to extend a helping hand to actor Tiffany Haddish whose child sex abuse lawsuit was dismissed this week.

The lawsuit, which was originally filed on September 1, was dropped on Tuesday (September 20). The plaintiffs — a brother and sister — alleged that Haddish and comedian Aries Spears “groomed” and “molested” them when they were seven and 14 years old, respectively, as part of a “Through a Pedophile’s Eyes” skit.

Haddish relayed to TMZ that she’s relieved the lawsuit is behind her but all of her upcoming gigs had been canceled as a result of backlash relating to the lawsuit.

“I lost everything,” she said. “All my gigs, gone. Everything, gone. I don’t have no job. I don’t have no job, bro.”

Boosie can relate to Haddish’s situation as someone who has been much maligned publicly, and he wants to help the actor get back on her feet. The controversial Baton Rouge star offered Haddish the opportunity to make a comedy special with him.

“@TiffanyHaddish I CAN’T PAY YOU WHAT THEY WAS PAYING YOU BUT I GOT A CHECK N I WOULD LOVE TO PAY YOU TO MAKE A COMEDY WITH ME WHAT THEY DID TO YOU MIGHT BE CAREER CHANGING, DONT LET THIS SLIDE, this a billion dollar lawsuit SIS !YOURE A STAR U CAN PRODUCE YOUR OWN MOVIES,” he wrote.

During a recent interview with VladTV, Boosie Badazz reflected on why he believes his homophobic rants against Lil Nas X and other related controversies led to his reality TV show being canceled.

“We had a shot it, got some good pilots for it,” he said. “When we was getting ready to pitch it, that’s when the gay shit was out about me and all that shit was going on,” Boosie explained. “You know, when I said about I hate gay people and shit. You know what I’m talking about, mane.

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“They tried to turn me against the gay world. A lot of people was backing away. Personally, I didn’t like that. I felt like I was shunned away. I was like, ‘Fuck it. Fuck y’all. I don’t need this shit. Watch what I’m finna to make off this movie.’ Basically that was it.”

Meanwhile, Boosie has also offered up his two cents on the ongoing beef between Trae Tha Truth and Z-Ro, saying he thinks if there’s one person who can defuse the issue between the pair, it’s J. Prince.

The 57-year-old Rap-A-Lot Records founder has been a force regarding rappers burying the hatchet. He had T.I. and Lil Flip sit down for a conversation in the middle of their bitter feud in the early 2000s. Most recently, Prince had Drake and Kanye patch things up at the 6 God’s Toronto mansion.