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Lil’ Boosie’s Home in Foreclosure, Leaks Jail Photos
While Lil' Boosie remains imprisoned awaiting his murder trial, the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office has announced that it will be selling the rapper's home for failure to pay a $375,000 writ on the property.
Flagstar Bank claims Boosie, born Torence I...
Lil Boosie’s Mother Proclaims His Innocence, Appeals to Fans
In an effort to rally support for rapper Lil' Boosie's defense fund, his mother is now entreating his fans for help.
The Baton Rouge rapper, born Torence Hatch, has been behind bars since September 2009 for drug possession, and currently faces the death penalty for his role in the 2009 shoo…
Lil’ Boosie Preps New Projects From Jail
Lil' Boosie is currently serving a four-year prison bid, but that isn't stopping his music flow. The Baton Rouge native is gearing up for the release of 'Incarcerated,' recorded in the months prior to turning himself into authorities. In addition, a DVD film starring the rapper a…
Lil’ Boosie’s ‘Incarcerated’ Album Out in September
Lil' Boosie is set to drop his fifth album next month, despite his confinement behind bars.
The New Orleans rapper was indicted on charges of first degree murder and conspiracy back in June, but his label Asylum Records will release the appropriately titled album 'Incarcerated' on Sept…
Lil’ Boosie Associate Charged With Treatening Witnesses
According to recent reports, the brother of a man associated with incarcerated rapper Lil' Boosie has been imprisoned for allegedly threatening a witness in one of Boosie's murder cases.
Derrick Louding, 22, was charged with witness intimidation back in June...
Lil Boosie Pleads Not Guilty to First-Degree Murder
This morning, amidst advanced courtroom security, rapper Lil Boosie made a first appearance in court for his recent first-degree murder indictment. As expected, the already-incarcerated rapper, real name Torrence Hatch, plead not guilty in a quick preliminary hearing in front of Judge Mike Erwin...
Lil Boosie Threatens D.A. Via Song
New Orleans rapper Lil Boosie "Bad Azz" continues to make questionable choices.
The incarcerated rapper was indicted Thursday on first-degree murder and drug charges, and was originally sent to prison for violating the terms of his parole when he was caught with marijuana and leavin…

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