Boosie Badazz boasted that he allegedly planned a sexual assault against his family.
The rapper from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, used Instagram Live to share a scary, profanity-filled rant. Boosie, whose real name is Torrence Hatch Jr., declares in a 57-second film that has since been shared on Twitter, “Hell yeah, I had my f-king son d-k sucked.”
Boosie, 37, is heard saying in the video, “I’m training these lads right. “Ask my son, my nephews, or any of them. Yes, they had [oral sex] when they were 12 or 13 years old. That is how things should be.
The father of eight has made a string of appalling remarks, the most recent of which has led to calls for removing his children on the grounds of child sex abuse.
The rapper “Set It Off” celebrated his son Torrence’s 14th birthday in 2017 by posting a message on social media. “Got a bag for you n a terrible bitch to give u some h-d,” the caption said in part.
In Louisiana, it’s against the law to hire sex workers and for anyone older than 17 to have oral intercourse with anyone younger than 17. However, Boosie admits to these acts and calls the sex workers he employed “super mature.” One Twitter user said, “They should call CPS on this stupid dude,” in the post’s comments section.
Boosie received criticism earlier this year for assaulting Dwyane Wade’s transgender 12-year-old daughter, Zaya. Hatch yelled at Wade in an Instagram video, “You’ve gone too f-king far. Don’t cut his d-k off, bruh.” Boosie, who served time for narcotics offenses and was released from prison in 2014, shot the video in a Planet Fitness in Georgia. He was later expelled from the gym for intimidating the personnel.
He has also expressed homophobia in interviews. According to Complex, he lamented “gay s-t” on television in a since-deleted Instagram post from 2015.
One thing he refutes? The absurd allegation that he assaulted George Zimmerman, who was cleared of shooting 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in 2012, in a Walmart parking lot, went about last year.
Boosie has a service announcement. I’ve only ever seen George Zimmerman on television, he claimed in a video posted to Instagram.
How Much Money Does Boosie Badaz Have?
American rapper Boosie Badazz, known as Lil Boosie, has an estimated $800,000 in wealth. Before going solo, he was a founding member of the band Concentration Camp. His hit singles include “Zoom,” which features Yung Joc, “Wipe Me Down,” “Better Believe It,” which features Webbie and Young Jeezy, and “Show Da World” (with Webbie featuring Kiara). He was a part of Lil Phat’s record “Independent,” which peaked at number one on the US Rap chart.
How Was Boosie’s Formative Year?
On November 2, 1982, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Torrence Hatch was born. Lil Boosie grew up in an incredibly unsafe neighborhood. The neighborhood was usually too dangerous for the local police to enter. After his father was killed, Boosie was raised without a parent. When Boosie was just 14 years old, he started rapping as an outlet for the daily violence he witnessed and the instability of his upbringing.
How Did Start Boosie His Career In Rap?
“Youngest Of Da Camp,” his debut album from 2000, peaked at #96 on the Billboard R&B charts. “For My Thugz,” his second album, came out in 2002. His third album, “Bad Azz,” debuted at the top of the Billboard rap charts in 2006.
Lil Boosie established his record company, Bad Azz Entertainment, in 2008. After being detained on drug-related charges, he released his fourth album, “Incarcerated,” from behind bars. Boosie completed both his GED and jail terms. He was freed at the beginning of March 2014. He began using the stage name Boosie Badazz in the same year. He released his debut album, “Touch Down 2 Cause Hell,” in 2015 under his new moniker.
The album peaked at number two on the US R&B and Rap charts and three on the Billboard 200 chart. In addition to the album “In House,” released in 2020, he also released the “BooPac” in 2017.
How Is Boosie’s Personal Life?
Boosie has eight kids with six different mothers. Together with his longtime girlfriend Walnita Decuir, he has three kids. In 2010, Walnita was detained for attempting to sneak Boosie’s drugs into a correctional facility.
Boosie stated in December 2020 that he intended to sue Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, for $20 million over the rapper’s expulsion from Instagram. Boosie claimed being banned from IG dried up many business prospects and could have cost him $20 million in lost potential agreements in an interview with VladTV. He hadn’t filed the complaint when he made the allegation, so it wasn’t apparent if he was being serious.