Lil Boosie is having a rough week so far because his latest music project Badazz 3.0 only sold 300 copies. Damn. Now his Instagram live is always popping, and garners thousands of viewers on any given day.
Boosie took to his live to curse out everyone who didn’t support his latest efforts.
“Why are my numbers not going down,” asked the Louisiana artist when his fans didn’t leave the chat after he asked. “Why are y’all not getting off my fucking live? If you didn’t get my album, could you please get off my live right now and check back in tomorrow?”
To top it off Badazz was arrested in Newnan, Georgia after being pulled over for swerving in and out of traffic according to the arresting officer.
Boosie whose real name is Torennce Hatch Jr. sat passenger side as his bodyguard former New York Jets football player Antonio Allens pulled into a Chika Fil -A restaurant parking lot. The cops said the smelled a strong odor of weed inside the vehicle, so they proceeded with a search.
Both men were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of a schedule one drug, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.
Boosie had an additional charge of failure to maintain a lane while driving. Both Boosie and Allen are currently in the Coweta County Jail.
This isn’t Boosie’s first arrest back in 2009 he was arrested for similar charges, and served 4 years behind bars.
The following year, Boosie was indicted on first-degree murder charges and later sentenced to eight years in prison for drug possession and intent to distribute. After spending three years on death row, he was found not guilty of murder in 2012. He spent five years in prisonand was released in 2014, serving out his parole until 2018.
Allen currently has felony warrants out of South Carolina for firearm and drug charges, according to the Newnan-Herald Times. Bugg said charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon are pending for both men.