AceShowbiz - It is no secret that Boosie Badazz (Lil Boosie) is feuding with Instagram as he got his accounts removed from the platform several times due to alleged violations. That was apparently not his only concern when it comes to the photo-sharing platform.
In an interview with VladTV, Boosie talked about losing followers on the app. "I got 250K followers, that's it. I'm living like a junkie right now," the Baton Rouge rapper said. "F**k wit' me."
The "One of Them Days" spitter then added, "And Lil Duval said this, 'When you lose your Instagram followers, you start losing your Instagram people.' You start losing friends." To those people, Boosie said, "So, when I get my s**t back, everybody who stopped f**kin' wit' me, don't come back."
Boosie's run-ins with Instagram led to his beef with Facebook CEO/founder Mark Zuckerberg, whom he called "racist" for deactivating his account. Admitting to wanting to go against Mark in a boxing match, Boosie previously said, "I got in my feelings. I don't know if he's racist or not I'm telling the truth, but I wanted to take it there. I want to set up a Triller. Boosie versus Zuckerberg. Celebrity boxing match. They just showing me there's level to s**t. People can really put you in your place when you don't own s**t or you don't have no rights to s**t."
He also revealed that he reached out to his famous friend P. Diddy to help him with his Instagram account. "I reached out to Puffy. I called Puffy personally. 'Puffy! Set up Instagram, man. Let me run that b***h. Call all the billionaires. Call [Dr. Dre], everybody!' " he explained. "I told Puffy call Jigga. Just like they entertaining, ain't nobody entertaining like this Black community. We got crazy people that do the most crazy s**t … I got people working on apps right now trying to get me my own social media. I'm working."