Rapper Boosie Badazz (born Torrence Hatch Jr.) is known for keeping his live videos “live” on Instagram. The Louisiana rapper has never been one to mince words on matters whether they are trending topics or political issues.
His razor-sharp tongue wrapped in humor draws his fans to his videos to see and hear what he has to say. Recently, Boosie was flagged by Instagram for his x-rated live video where he had female followers displaying their body parts for cash and quick fame during the quarantine.
Boosie has quite the reputation regarding internet drama and never hesitates to voice his opinions regarding any of it. In January 2020, the Wipe Me Down artist found himself at the epicenter of some controversy with the Kappa Alpha Psi organization.
Seen sitting courtside at a Houston Rockets and Atlanta Hawks basketball game, Boosie posted a picture of him wearing a Kappa sweater. Kappas everywhere along with members of the other Greek organizations instantly voiced their disdain for the rapper’s flagrant violation across social media instantly.
Most college and non-college attendees are aware wearing Greek letters and you haven’t pledged is highly frowned upon. However, amid the uproar the southern artist let it be known he didn’t care among other things in an Instagram live video.
“I WAS N THE MALL LOOKING FOR RED N SAW THE SWEATER N IT WAS HARD. YES, I KNEW IT WAS A KAPPA SWEATER. I THOUGHT I WOULD GET LOVE FROM WEARING IT NOT HATE. CALM YALL A** DOWN BRA I WAS JUST GETTING FRESH #leavemealone,” he said. “Y’all pissing me off frfr be mad at the mfs n the mall selling em for the low DONT BE MAD AT ME smh.”
After a couple days of backlash, Boosie returned with an apology to the organization stating “he meant no harm” wearing the sweater. Briefly after, he got himself mixed up with the LGTBQ community regarding his comments towards Dwayne Wade’s transgender son.
Now it seems, he’s back in the social media hotseat as Instagram enforces it’s strict guidelines regarding x-rated content across their platform. Boosie told fans in an Instagram post that he’d been contact by Instagram.
“Instagram just DM’d me! Told me stop my actions. I ain’t stopping st… because we on quarantine. Fk! Can’t leave the fking house, everybody’s fked up.”
He continued, adding: “Talking about stop your actions. Leave my live then fk! I don’t give a fk mayne. I’m showing the world a good time. Every time I try to show the world a good time they just try and take it from me.”
The rapper went on to tell his fans that he responded to Instagram’s warning by sending them a DM inquiring if his fans would be able to twerk in videos without being flagged. Boosie is one of many celebrities who have opened his pages further to connect with fans while people are ordered to stay home.
No word on if Instagram has given the rapper permission to proceed though we’re guessing only time will tell.