Boosie Badazz is regarded as one of the best rappers to come out of Louisiana but now, is known most for his Instagram rants and getting women to twerk on his IG Live. He has received notices from the app warning him about possibly getting deactivated and it appears that this has now finally happened.
“They just took my Instagram,” Boosie said. “Mark Zuckenberger I need to talk to you. Bosses need to talk to bosses. I don’t know what I did but I need my Instagram back. I don’t even know what I did!”
Mane @instagram deactivated my Instagram. I need my IG BACK
— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) August 13, 2020
“IG disabled my account @markzucky,” added Boosie. “Hit me so we can get some help. Mane @instagram deactivated my Instagram. I need my IG BACK.”
Boosie went on to plead with Zuckerberg publicly to give him his IG back. He emphasized that this is how he feeds his family.
“This is how I feed my family. Mark, do not do this to 2020. Do not take Boosie off Instagram. We need to talk Mark. You need to take me to orientation or something, but you can’t take me out of school. This is how I feed my family, we ain’t making no show money, none of the rappers.”
People on social media have since not been surprised that Boosie’s IG got deactivated. He posted a lot of wild things on his account and it seems that the app simply had enough. Fans have since called for Boosie’s return, though.
“Boosie you been doing TOO MUCH on IG man, you been loose as a goose,” said @SassyPiscean on Twitter. …. “But we need you back.”
Others defended Boosie even more by mentioning that different celebs post crazy things as well but don’t get deactivated.
At this point, Boosie may just have to do live streams on Twitter or Facebook. There is no timetable for when he will get his Instagram account back. It’s also unlikely that Zuckerberg will be the one to get it back. Boosie may need to get his team to contact Instagram directly. Considering the large platform he has, this should be much easier to do compared to others who use the app. In the end, fans want their entertainment form Boosie again.
Whenever Boosie gets his account back, he will have to be much more cautious about what he posts or does on Live. As he mentioned, his social media presence is helping to feed his family. Rappers can still do concerts in select cities but not nationwide anymore due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Artists in general have had to find other ways to generate revenue as people still don’t want to return to normalcy just yet in our country due to fear of the spread of the virus.