Lil Boosie will finally get his chance to greet fans on the road. During a routine probation hearing on Thursday (March 15), the New Orleans rhymer was sentenced to 100 hours of community service and allow to travel.
After spending five years at the Louisiana State Penitentiary, Lil Boosie is a free man and he’s ready to talk. The New Orleans rhymer held a press conference today (March 10) in his hometown to discuss his newfound freedom and the future of his rap career.
After being released from the Louisiana State Penitentiary last night (March 5), Lil Boosie is already making his first waves back into the rap game. The Baton Rouge, La., rapper debuts two freestyles, apparently recorded during his ride home from jail as a free man.
The rumor’s out: Joey Bada$$ is reconsidering that offer from Roc Nation that he mentioned balking at on ‘1 Train.’ It’s kind of like when someone offers you something really dope but you think you’re above it so you pass, but then you realize that you’re actually not and you become desperate for it, and by now the person that offered knows better
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