AceShowbiz - Boosie Badazz (Lil Boosie) went off on San Diego officers following his arrest. During his performance on Sunday, May 7, the Baton Rouge rapper yelled profanity directed to the San Diego police.
In a video from his concert, which took place after he was released from jail, the 40-year-old could be seen leading the crowd in a "F**k San Diego Police" chant while they all held up their middle fingers. Boosie added, "Suck my d**k you b***hes."
San Diego County Jail revealed that the "Wipe Me Down" spitter, who was in town to film a music video, was booked on four charges on Saturday. They included felon in possession of a firearm, concealed carry weapon in a vehicle, possession of ammunition by a prohibited person and unlisted owner of a registered firearm.
Boosie is not one to shy away from telling police officers how he feels about them. Back in July 2022, he threatened to sue police in Georgia for harassment after he was pulled over in Georgia for dark tints and a concealed tag. Police found weed and a large bag of cash upon searching the vehicle.
"I can't keep going through this though, bro," he said to the police in a video posted by TMZ. "I just can't, bro. I don't do no wrong. I gotta go to y'all superiors and file charges, man. It's harassment. It's every day. I moved to the country to f**king live, bro. I did six years on my back. I'm f**king tired, bruh."
That aside, things went well for Boosie. After he announced that he's now cancer-free, the hip-hop star also revealed that he had squashed his beef with T.I. "It just went like two bosses of handling it, man," Boosie said to VladTV. Referring to his kid Tootie and Tip's son King Harris, he added, "First of all, we got kids who love each other. First we wasn't agreeing and we was going back-and-forth and you know he spoke how he felt and I spoke how I felt. He felt me and I felt him. I gave him an apology."
"After we kept going back-and-forth, the things he was doing for me in my life at the time, I kinda felt bad," Boosie went on to say of their feud, which stemmed from the Atlanta native's alleged snitching claims and the cancellation of a joint album. "I kinda felt bad he was doing some real s**t helping me in a lot of ways but I told him I still stand on what I stand on. When he explained it to me, we got by it. We got by like bosses supposed to get by. We ain't let the internet or none of that bring us out of character."