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Rapper Boosie Badazz Accused Of Setting Criminals Up To Be Charged With ‘Stick In The Car’ Challenge, Fans Warn People Can Get In Trouble

Boosie Badazz’ New Challenge Can Get You in Big Trouble

Boosie might not be the best person to listen to on social media, since he continues to have problems of his own on the platforms. While the Southern rapper has been steady releasing music, now he’s trying to get in on the “challenge” trend – and it might get him more than banned from Instagram this time around.

Recently, Boosie was in trouble from fans for some earlier pandemic shenanigans, that came back around to bless Boosie in ways that he may not have been anticipating.

A few months back, Boosie trended for proposing to create a petition to “Free Bill Cosby.” The tweet got over 3,000 likes and retweets. At the time there was no response from Cosby and many were mad at Boosie because’s Bill’s charges are being served legally. Didn’t matter, because Boosie thought it was a good idea.

Many were shocked when the legendary comedian returned the favor from jail and created his own movement Twitter, calling it “Thank You Thursday.” The first person that Cosby thanked from jail was Boosie, two months after his tweet in support of Cosby.

“On this 10th day of December 2020…I will pay homage to those who have supported me and my family, simply by saying, thank you. The first person to be recognized on Thank You Thursday is Rapper @BOOSIEOFFICIAL,” Cosby’s tweet read.

“Thank you for your support & I’m praying for you to have a speedy recovery and for your mobility to be restored. Again, thank you very much. #ThankYouThursday #ThankYouBoosie #GetHealthyBoosie.”

Cosby even knew that Boosie was recovering from leg injuries, showing that the comedian is still connected to the outside world in some way.

What Boosie really needed was Cosby to maybe use some of that power he once had to reach Mark Zuckerberg on his behalf – since Boosie thinks, still, that the CEO of Facebook is after him, shadowbanning his Instagram and keeping him from getting his money, after the platform suspended his original account.

Boosie thinks there’s a conspiracy against him since he skewered Mark Zuckerberg’s real name, calling him “Mark Zuckinburger.” Appearing on DJ Vlad’s show recently to address all of his Instagram drama, Boosie ripped into the Facebook CEO, leveling some damning charges.

“You didn’t get his name quite right,” says Vlad. “Yeah,” says Boosie before he gets very somber after previously appearing relaxed and joking. “And that sh*t done backfired bro, and he made some of my business ventures go down. So I’m suing him, I’m filing a lawsuit against him now,” said Boosie.

“What did he do to make your business ventures go down?” Boosie replies, “He stopped me off Instagram and he didn’t put me back on Instagram and that’s affecting my business.”

Now, Boosie might be inviting more than a ban with trying to get promotion going for his latest single, “Stick In Da Car.”

“Whoever do the best ‘Stick In Da Car’ video, going dumb with them sticks, whoever do the best video win 2K for Christmas,” said Boosie in an IG post. There are a whole host of issues that could come with a challenge like this, including inviting charges – like Boosie’s fans warned him.

See the post below.

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