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Lil Boosie Also Indicted for Smuggling Drugs
In addition to Thursday's first-degree murder charge, incarcerated rapper Lil Boosie has also been indicted on multiple drug charges, that included attempting to smuggle codeine, marijuana, ecstasy and synthetic marijuana into the correctional facility in which he was housed...
Lil Boosie Charged With First Degree Murder
Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie has been indicted on first degree murder charges Thursday (June 17). According to reports, Boosie , real name Torrance Hatch, was indicted by the East Baton Rouge Parish grand jury for the shooting death of Terry Boyd back in 2009...
Teenager to Plead Not Guilty in Murder of Local Rapper
17-year-old Michael Louding is expected to plead not guilty today for his role in six murders in the Baton Rouge area.
Among the men Louding has been accused of killing is Chris "Nussie" Jackson, a local rapper, whom Louding allegedly shot to death in February of 2009, when he was …
Incarcerated Lil Boosie May Face Murder Charges
Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie, who is currently serving a four-year sentence for drug and gun possession, just received some bad news. The 26-year-old is allegedly set to face murder charges over a $30,000 hit he put out on Louisiana emcee Nussie, who was murdered in February 2009...
New Orleans Men Protest Lil Wayne and Lil Boosie Incarceration
When Lil Boosie received his original prison sentence for drug possession, the New Orleans rapper brushed off his impending lockdown by looking ahead and making tentative plans for his homecoming and new album release. Boosie's sentence has since been doubled, but it seems that even he might be…
Lil Boosie Says He Needed Rehab, Not Jail
Troubled rapper Lil Boosie, who recently violated house arrest in order to perform two concerts, has made a public statement begging to be put into drug rehab for his alleged addiction to marijuana. Though Boosie, born Torrence Hatch, initially claimed his upcoming prison sentence would be good for …
Lil Boosie Wants Jesse Jackson’s Help With Legal Troubles
Rapper Lil Boosie feels that his prison sentence was unjust and wants help from Rev. Jesse Jackson to fight his legal battles. As previously reported Boosie's two-year sentence was doubled to four years after he violated his parole. Louisiana District Court Judge Chip Moore ordered him behind b…

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