Two days after Boosie Badazz accused police in Mississippi of stealing his jewelry, his expensive baubles have been found.

According to the New York Post’s Page Six, Biloxi police have retrieved his jewelry from the impound and it will be returned to the rapper. Biloxi Police Lt. Christopher De Back says Boosie’s jewelry was confiscated on Sunday (April 9) when officers arrested five members of his entourage for assault. According to police, three men and two juveniles were arrested and charged with assault, but Boosie was not involved.

In an Instagram video earlier this week, Boosie blasted the police for pepper spraying him and his crew for no reason and stealing his jewelry that he claims was worth $1 million. The Louisiana rapper was planning to hold a protest in Mississippi over his mistreatment.

De Back said that police initially recovered no jewelry during the arrest, but he now says it was held in safekeeping. A van is also being returned too.

In a new IG video, which you can watch above, Boosie is perplexed at how suddenly Biloxi was able to find his jewelry after he sent his lawyers. And he's still mad over the alleged theft.

"This is crazy. This is evil. This is theft," he seethed. In the caption, he wrote, "I told you these mfs [are] thieves, racist etc. All of sudden it's found smh I'll see y'all n court."

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