Boosie Badazz Takes Quarantine and Chill to the Next Level [Watch]

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Boosie BadAzz  is taking full advantage of his social distancing time at home as he dubbed today “Quarantine T*** Day.”

The Baton Rouge native jumped on Instagram Live to enjoy naked women and practice social distancing without a filter. “It’s Quarantine T**** Day,” said the hip hop icon speaking to a female fan.

“Oh no, fucking kids!” he yelled before ending the chat. “I’m tryna see some t*****, and all I see is some baby…”

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The rapper invited more women into his video chat to expose themselves, and one decided to show him the “Stanky Leg.”

“Man, let me see them t****, man,” he asked. When the woman began dancing, the rapper freaked out.

“I don’t wanna see your knees! Them fat-ass knees, and I’m blocking you! And your fat-ass knees. There’s something wrong with you, man,” he said.

He found women willing to show Boosie what he was after and he even cash-apped them $25 for compensation, according to BlackSportsOnline.com.


Boosie BadAzz Recently Partnered with HotNewHipHop for a Web Series

The Baton Rouge legend recently partnered with HotNewHipHop on a new web series “Badazz Boosie” with The For Us By Us Network.

According to HotNewHipHop:

With a full partnership with HNHH, and other media partners Verizon and Comcast, The For Us By Us Network is set to launch a slate of culturally relevant digital programming. ‘I’m thrilled to partner with a media company that is so authentic to hip hop and has the same passion we do for content and stories that shape our culture,’ said [network founder Roberto “Rush” Evans].

Saro D, founder of HNHH parent company Urbanlinx Media, said, “I believe that, through this partnership, we will be able to expand on our wide-ranging content offering geared towards our loyal fan-base,” says Saro. “With the rise of video-streaming services, we believe that this move will place us in a strong position for the future. It additionally presents a fresh opportunity for our advertising partners.”

Last week due to the coronavirus Boosie’s Boosie Bash was canceled. He wrote on Instagram:

They just canceled Boosie Bash, bruh. We gonna reschedule it. I don’t know what to do right now. 300 in the hole, ain’t gonna get that back. We gonna reschedule it though or you can get your refund. You want your money back, we gonna get you your money back. You in the city ain’t nobody gonna help you. Black officials ain’t s***. Everybody ain’t sh*t. Just f*** all y’all b*****. All the public officials. They make me feel sometimes is it worth it coming down and doing this sh*t. 8,000 Black people every motherf******* year. No fights. Black excellence. Don’t even put it on the news. Other rappers get keys to their city. Pissed right now, so F*** the news. F*** you b****.

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