Boosie BadAzz Finally Released From Jail, Requests Tickets to the BET Awards - WhatsOnRap

Boosie Badazz's Release: Triumph and Excitement as the Louisiana Rapper Returns to Freedom

Boosie Badazz, the renowned Louisiana rapper, has regained his freedom and is ready to take the music scene by storm once again. After spending over a week behind bars in a San Diego jail for alleged firearm possession, Boosie was released late Friday, June 23. As a convicted felon, possessing a firearm is illegal for him, but he is grateful to be back on the streets.

In a heartfelt video circulating on social media, Boosie expressed his gratitude to God, his family, and all the prayer warriors who supported him during his time in jail. He excitedly announced his plans to attend the BET Awards and even requested three tickets. “I want to thank God. I got cherries on my knees [because] I prayed so much. My family, all the prayer warriors, everybody who came to San Diego to support me … BET, I need three tickets. I’ll go to [the] BET Awards, but I gotta go with my attorneys, " he add “I’m back. That’s me,” as he plugged the release of his new album, First Day Back, which came out Friday. He then reiterated, “BET, I need three tickets. I need a haircut. Oh, man, I’m out of breath already. Boosie back!” he proudly proclaimed while promoting his newly released album, "First Day Back." Fans were thrilled to see Boosie's energetic and triumphant return, with one commenting on his resilience in the face of adversity, having overcome legal battles and even cancer.

Local news outlet Fox 5 reported that Boosie pleaded not guilty to the gun possession charge on June 22. Despite facing legal challenges, he was released on a $100,000 bond, which was initially denied by two judges. However, his release comes with certain conditions, including regular drug testing, staying within the United States, and avoiding contact with his security guard, who was present during his arrest. Boosie's trial is scheduled to begin on July 28.

As previously reported, Boosie's arrest stemmed from a traffic stop on May 6, where police claimed to have observed him with a handgun while he was on Instagram Live. Subsequently, a firearm was found in his vehicle. Boosie has been vocal about the alleged racism and the "evil intentions" of the prosecution, which he believes influenced the judges' decisions to deny his release despite having paid his bond in cash.

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