Lil Boosie needs your help again. His instagram account is the gift thats always giving it seems, as the Lousiana rapper is a treasure trove for funny stories, memes and click bait. When its not banned or disabled, you can bet that he’s on there hamming it up and saying something ridiculous. He’s also known to ask fans for favors, and is at it again today with his latest post. He was banned for a bit after slapping a man in a viral video, but lucky for us he’s back again.
Boosie a fool for this 😂 pic.twitter.com/3WCfEvkWse— DatPiff (@DatPiff) March 27, 2021
Last week Lil Boosie asked fans if they had some food stamps they could share with him. “Boosie announcement, service announcement,” he said. “You got food stamps, I’m trying to get them b*tches. I’ma f*ck witcha gang. You see me in the streets, pull up. I’ma cash you out. You got food stamps, I’ma f*ck witcha gang. When you see me in the streets, you see me at a concert, you tryna get some cash, bring me them food stamps.”
In the caption to his since-deleted video, Boosie said he’s trying to save money on groceries. “GROCERIES THEN TURNED INTO CHILD SUPPORT EVERY MONTH,” he added. The Shaderoom was able to get a screen recording before he took it down. Check it out below.
Well it looks like today he needs a different type of help, as the rapper is out of his diabetes medication. There are the daily measures Boosie takes to control his Type 1 diabetes — insulin, three times a day — a regularly scheduled routine since his diagnosis 13 years ago.
“Anybody n atl got HUMALOG Kwk pen n ATL DM ME NOW WITH YO NUMBER SO I CAN PULL UP NOW,” Boosie posted to his account. This is not his first time asking for help with medication and his followers were sure to remind him. One user commented “Bro you always looking for these when you not home..go get a script from your doctor! You should be paying somebody to be on top of your health if you not on it!”
In the past fans have helped out, but one said they tried to reach out and assist and never got a response. “wrote your team months ago, I had six boxes. I never received a response back, so we donated them.”