This was announced by the Deputy Chief of the Fairburn Police Department. TMZ Busie was pulled over for driving 73 miles per hour in zone 55 and also throwing an “unknown object” out of his car. Because he littered, the police searched his car, where they found a small amount of weed. In the end, he was issued a ticket for speeding and garbage. This was not Busi’s first run-in with the police. Read on to find out five things about the rapper and father of eight here.
Busi was diagnosed with kidney cancer
The Louisiana rapper made the announcement to his fans in an Instagram post on November 25, 2015. “I need all my fans to pray for me,” Lil Busi captioned a photo of him eating on Instagram. “The doctor just told me I have kidney cancer.” Less than two weeks later, he underwent surgery to remove kidney cancer.
“I want to thank everyone and everyone for all the support and love! The operation went well..Oh my God! The next step in recovery! The cancer has been removed from Busi’s kidney,” he wrote on Instagram, delivering the good news.
Boosie was shot in the leg
Busi was shot in the leg in November 2020 while in Dallas, Texas to pay tribute to his fellow rapper. Mo3who had been killed just a few days before, according to TMZ. He was reportedly riding in a sprint van at the Big T’s Plaza mall when an armed man opened fire. According to the publication, he was treated in the hospital for a gunshot wound below the knee, his injuries were not life-threatening. Hollywood Life contacted the Dallas Police Department, who refused to name Busie.
While there were rumors that he needed to have his leg amputated, Busi was eventually released from the hospital after several surgeries to remove bullet fragments from his lower leg in order to, according to TMZ. He made a full recovery.
Busi unexpectedly released early from prison
Rapper whose real name is Torrance Hatch, was unexpectedly released from Louisiana State Penitentiary back in March 2014. He had been there since 2009 on charges of possession of marijuana, but his term was later extended after he tried to smuggle the drugs into the prison. After his release, a spokesman for the penitentiary told the media that Busi would be released on parole until 2018. TMZ.
He may have been jailed, but that didn’t stop Busi from working on his music. After his release in 2014, he told reporters that he plans to release a new album soon, as he has written over 1,000 songs while behind bars. At the time, Busi said he listened to some contemporary rap music and believed the industry was “wide open” for him to come back and become one of the hottest rap stars.
“In terms of the rap game, I feel like the music I got, the rap game is wide open for me,” he said at a press conference. hip hopDX. “It seems to me that what I have been hearing for the last three or four days on the radio is different from my music. Like I said, it’s different from my music. And different things bring greatness. So I just feel like I’m standing alone in the music industry to tell you the truth.”
Boosie made transphobic comments about Dwyane Wade’s daughter
The rapper has been criticized for the comments he made Dwyane Wadetransgender daughter, Zaya, in 2020. Rapper Nasty Nasty spoke out after the NBA star confirmed that Zaya was identifying as a woman in February 2020. At that time she was only 12 years old. “Dwayne Wade, you’ve gone too far bro,” Boozy said in an Instagram Live video following the announcement.
He was forced to apologize, but said he had no remorse for his actions. . “This is fucking bad with my money, but I meant everything I said and I will say it again,” Busi said. Charlamagne Tha God in the April 13 issue Club Breakfast. “They were trying to do some shit with a meeting with JAY-Z. They say that JAY-Z was going to call him and all that shit, I need to apologize to keep it and save what I came up with, ”he recalled. “I don’t apologize for the shit. I don’t care if Jesus calls and tells me to apologize. I said what I said man. I felt it was right.”
Busi launched a homophobic tirade in 2021
The ‘Trust Nobody’ rapper has received another backlash after he criticized the LGBTQ+ community on Instagram in 2015, and then again when he stood up for DaBaby after he lost several jobs following a homophobic rant at the 2021 Rolling Loud music festival. “It’s sad how you all try to force these gay things on the world. It’s sad how you try to ban artists. You are sad bro, this is sad bro,” he wrote on Instagram. Atmosphere. “In 10 years, it will not be normal for a child to be heterosexual. It’s sad, bro. You’re trying to force this on the kids, bro. To impose it on artists, to impose it on all the most famous artists. You know why? Because kids love these artists. You attack these kids.