While the hip hop world may not be feeling Boosie’s recent proclamation of being “[his] generation’s 2PAC” and deciding to call his next album BooPac, there’s still plenty of people who embrace Boosie as a staple in the game and realize him as one of the most authentic rappers in the game.
Before the 2Pac madness arose, Boosie was involved in an altercation with the police during a recent trip to a mall in Biloxi, MS—which ended up in him, his pregnant niece and crew being pepper sprayed, a few members of the squad being arrested and, upon being pulled over after the mall incident, a million dollars in jewelry being confiscated and “lost” by authority.
Biloxi police has stolen a million dollars in jewelry from me we going protest soon follow my ig for times n dates I need my fans to support this injustice.This is 1968 all over again they trying to take my my jewelry from me this is crazy.When I see my Po Friday I’m asking permission to go to the steps of the Biloxi court with my fans,n lawyers n hold a press conference about this million dollar theft that has been committed.Im sick of the police ,the banks stealing my hard earned money I’m just tired I’m tired 💰💰like wtf / I’m bout to make so many hate songs about the cops /they get away with everything I’m headed to the studio n speak my fucking mind I’m releasing it to all bogs 12 noon tomorrow 👍freedom of speech repost n put Biloxi police you owe us millions as the caption/Don’t go to there casinos r anything they have there this will happen to anyone successful hashtag #nobiloxinomore #nobiloximore don’t go Biloxi all Boosie fans hashtag nobiloxinomore
The situation—along with plenty of others that have occurred over the years, of course—has led Boosie to vent his frustration and anger through song with the appropriately-titled “Fuck the Police x10.”
Also, days after Boosie took to Instagram to speak on the missing jewelry, the precinct managed to “find” it. SmFh… oh, how things work out.