Boosie Badazz is hoping the Founder of Facebook and owner of Instagram has a Twitter account after he jumped on and pleaded with the tech mogul to give him back access to his IG page.
As we reported, the ‘Set It Off’ rapper’s account was disabled by the company for repeated violations of its policy. As you know, Boosie’s account occasionally had some sexually explicit material posted by the rapper.
After not being able to sway the company to give him back IG, Boosie tweeted, “@zuck I got a 100k for my OfficialBoosieig page BACK.”
As you can imagine, Instagram has yet to respond publically to his request, but the page appears to still be down.
According to reports, Boosie’s account was removed after the rapper started promoting an ‘OnlyFans’ account which featured smoking hot woman called “Boosie’s Baddies” something frowned upon by the platform.
The Louisiana rapper was up in arms about the move and spoke publically in a hilarious rant where he called the Facebook honcho, Zukenburger.
In the clip, Boosie says he needs to talk to the bosses boss and that’s why he is asking to speak with Zuckerberg.
Interestingly, many celebrities use IG to promote their ‘OnlyFans’ accounts, but Boosie’s is pretty sexual and graphic in nature, which may be why the company dropped it.
It’s an uphill battle for Boosie who made headlines after an infamous video of him asking women to show their breasts, and announcing he would pay anyone $1,000 to show a specific body part on IG.
“I’m on parole,” he said. “I’m on six months of parole with Instagram.”
@zuck I got a 100k for my OfficialBoosieig page BACK
— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) September 7, 2020
Unfortunately, Boosie has been open about the fact he uses Instagram to make money, and ‘feed his family.’
The rapper says the COVID-19 pandemic has made is close to impossible for artists to earn a living with concerts and other club appearances.
“I’m eating off that,” Boosie told VladTV in a recent interview.
“I get paid $7,000 just to post people on my IG Live, just to wear they T-shirt. So I need that. You want a video drop? $10,000, $7,000 easy. I’m hustling. I need my Instagram.”
It’s unclear if the Facebook boss has seen any of Lil’ Boosie’s pleas for reinstatement, but we are guessing he isn’t going to take the $100,000 — because he is currently worth $107 Billion.