Boosie Badazz is being slammed on Twitter after he tweeted a public rant about Lil Nas X.
The American rapper wrote “NAS X WTF U JUST DONT STOP” before using homophobic and derogatory language about his sexuality.
“I THINK HES GOING TO TURN AROUND N SUCK ONE OF HIS BACK GROUND DANCERS D*** ON NATIONAL TV #protectyours #godturninoverinhisgrave,” he continued.
Now, everyone wants to know more about his trouble with the law. When was he arrested? And has he been in jail? Let’s explore all his charges.
Has Boosie Badazz been arrested?
At the time of writing this, Boosie Badazz is not facing any charges and is not currently in jail.
However, he has been arrested and been in prison many times in the past.
Most recently, he was arrested on gun and drug charges
Back in 2019, Boosie was arrested in Georgia on drug and weapon charges, Fox 8 Live reports.
The Louisiana rapper was arrested on April 8th and charged with possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of schedule I narcotics, failure to maintain lane and possession of marijuana.
He was arrested and charged alongside a man called Antonio Allen who was also charged with possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of schedule I narcotics and possession of marijuana.
Police noticed their car swerving out of its lane so decided to pull them over, and found 11 g of marijuana, a loaded 9mm handgun and a bag of cash in the vehicle.
In February 2020, he pleaded guilty to the charges and got 6 months probation and a $1,000 fine, but no jail time.
He has faced prison time in the past
Boosie has been in prison on many occasions in the past.
In 2008, he was arrested after police found marijuana and a gun in his car. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two years in prison. However, his sentence was doubled when the judge discovered he violated his probation whilst awaiting sentencing.
Then, in 2010, he was charged with the first-degree murder of Terry Boyd as well as three counts of possession with intent to distribute narcotics, and could have faced the death penalty. However, the judge found him not guilty and he was not jailed.
In 2011, he was then sentenced to eight years in prison after pleading guilty to three counts of conspiring to smuggle drugs into state prisons. However, in 2012, his attorney argued that he was actually set up, and he was released in 2014.