Boosie Badazz Gets Angry Over Coi Leray After New Album "COI" Sells 10K First Week - WhatsOnRap

Boosie Badazz Defends Coi Leray's Album Sales and Calls Out Industry Bias

The famous rapper Bossie Badazz took to Twitter, to offer a resolute defense of the rising star, Coi Leray. Boosie Badazz couldn't remain silent when he saw Coi Leray's sophomore album, COI, debut on the Billboard 200 at No. 102. 

To many of her devoted fans, it seemed perplexing how an artist with millions of Instagram followers and a string of hit songs could have such modest sales in her first week. But Boosie had a theory, and he wasn't afraid to voice it.

In a tweet that quickly caught the attention of the music community, Boosie proclaimed, @coileray SHOULD HAVE SOLD AT LEAST 100k the first week. NOBODY RECENT GOT MORE HITS THAN HER. either this s### rigged r CELEBRITY KIDS JUST GET HATED ON WHEN ITS TIME TO SWIPE. MFS BE HATERS str8 UP. MY FAM GO THROUGH the Same S### WE AINT STOPPING THO BELIEVE THAT.”

His words were emphatic, standing firmly behind the talented Coi Leray and highlighting her undeniable success in the music industry. He even suggested that there might be some rigging at play or perhaps a pattern of undeserved hatred directed at celebrity kids when their time to shine arrives. 

Boosie's own experiences resonated with the struggles Coi Leray faced, reinforcing the idea that even the most successful artists can encounter haters and naysayers along the way. But both of them were determined to persevere and prove their detractors wrong.

Coi Leray's album, COI, was released on June 23 through Uptown/Republic Records and boasted an impressive lineup of guest appearances, including David Guetta, Saucy Santana, Giggs, Lola Brooke, the late James Brown, and Skillibeng. Before its release, the album had already generated considerable excitement with four hit singles: "Players," "Bop," "My Body," and "Run It Up."

Despite the undeniable hype surrounding the project and the unwavering support from her loyal fanbase, Leray's record-breaking accomplishments on social media and streaming platforms didn't entirely translate into the sales figures she and her supporters had hoped for.

However, the resilient 26-year-old artist was far from disheartened by the outcome. On the contrary, she remained proud and grateful for her achievements. In a heartfelt tweet, she expressed her gratitude, saying, "Grateful to have an album on the top 200 for my first week of my album release, again. This time with 3 hits on the hot 100 … woah. I’m super proud of myself. Bigger and better year every time. Keep streaming #COI. it’s an AMAZING project!"

Coi Leray's positivity and determination shone through her words, inspiring not only her fans but also fellow artists like Boosie Badazz, who saw in her a kindred spirit. 

The music industry can be a tough and unpredictable arena, but Coi Leray's unwavering dedication to her craft and her refusal to be discouraged by initial setbacks served as a beacon of hope for aspiring artists and a reminder that true success is often measured not just by numbers but by the passion and talent one brings to their art. As Coi Leray's journey continues, the world can rest assured that her star is only destined to shine brighter and brighter.

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