AceShowbiz - Boosie Badazz could not help but spoil his daughter on her special day. When celebrating the 16th birthday of Toriana Hatch, the Baton Rouge rapper, who was formerly known as Lil Boosie, treated his teen girl to a lavish party as well as to a luxury car.
On Saturday, May 13, the 40-year-old rapper took to Instagram to share a series of videos and photos from his daughter's birthday celebration. In the clips, he could be seen giving the teen a surprise by throwing her a concert-like party. He also handed her the key to a pink Mercedes Benz car as her birthday gift.
Grateful for the lavish treatment, Boosie's daughter gave her rapper father a hug before checking her brand new car. She also posed for photos together with him. Photos from the party also unveiled that she went with an all-white ensemble. Other clips in the same post unraveled the festive atmosphere at the bash.
Accompanying with the clips and photos, Boosie wrote in the caption of his post, "#happysweetsixteen @tori_.pressure ‼️‼️‼️ DADDY LOVE U # itoldyallniggas N MONEY N THE GLOVE COMPARTMENT. love mines BRAND NEW 2023 ‼️ @champion_motoring."
The "Wipe Me Down" rapper's post was quickly flooded by many who gushed over his love for his daughter. One in particular wrote, "I know one thing...Boosie take care of damn kids. Salute my dude." Another chimed in, "He was meant to be a dad." A third marveled, "Yes! Pops you did that. love to see how you love your kids, so touching."
Boosie celebrated his daughter's birthday nearly two weeks after he announced that he has won his battle with cancer. "Stayed up all night praying for these results. CANCER FREE! GOD [is] GREAT, BUT HE [TESTS] YOUR FAITH ALL THE TIME! [I] was ready to see my cancer doctor/surgeon today, but I was told he passed last year," he wrote in an Instagram post on May 2.
"Thank [you], Dr. Wood, for always making me laugh when I was down. [You] were the best. I remember you rubbin my head when I was cryin before surgery. You ask me why I was crying n I told U I was thinkin about all the wrong I've done n my life n you said Mr. Boosie, God forgives n don't worry, I've done more surgeries than you've done concerts," he added.