Lil’ Boosie isn’t letting a little thing like getting shot stop him from performing for his fans — and like they always say, ‘The show must go on!’
Boosie Badazz, who was released from the hospital just days ago after being shot in the leg, performed on Thanksgiving night to a packed nightclub in Charleston, South Carolina. Shockingly, not only was he still bandaged up on his leg, the rapper has a crew member push him on the stage in a wheelchair for his performance!
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In a video, shared on Instagram, you can see Boosie being pushed into the venue and having a little smoke before he is supposed to make his way to the stage.
According to reports, Boosie performed alongside Renni Rucci and kept his leg elevated in the wheelchair for most of the performance. Earlier in the day, the rapper thanked his baby mamas for allowing his kids to spend the days with him — and in the clip, he showed off the leg bandages.
The best part, Boosie fully performed on stage, with the wheelchair bandages and all!
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As we reported, Boosie Badazz was shot in the leg on November 14 as he drove through Big T’s showing center in Dallas, Texas.
The rapper was in town to pay tribute to another rapper, Mo3, who was shot and killed just days earlier in a drive-by shooting on a highway in Texas. Boosie was stuck in the leg as bullets entered his vehicle and he was rushed to a hospital, where he underwent emergency surgery on his leg right below the knee.
At this point, law enforcement has not made arrests in either shooting.
Lil’ Boosie made huge headlines earlier this week, after breaking his silence on Lil’ Wayne’s endorsement of Donald Trump. The rapper called Weezy, ‘more rich than Black’ which caused an uproar on social media.
“I always felt Wayne didn’t care strongly about our Black beliefs,” Boosie said while interviewing with VladTV. Adding, “I always felt like Wayne felt like he was rich more than Black. I really think he looks at himself more as rich because I think that’s why he [didn’t vote for] Biden.”
Fans flooded Instagram, with arguments on both sides of whether he should be in the club at all — “He got a lot of kids to feed. I respect the work ethic ???,” one fan wrote.
“Now Boosie! If you don’t stay home and recover. The club can wait bruh, He gone lose that same leg in the club with no damn mask on like this virus still ain’t alive and well ?.” another wrote.