Boosie is ready to go
Louisiana might be cold right now, but Boosie is heated. The rapper went on a rant about being stuck in the mix of snow and ice that has hit his home state on Instagram… and he offered $1,000 to anyone willing to drive him to Atlanta.
“I been stuck in this stupid a** f**king s**t for two f**king days. Ain’t even no real snow out there, motherf**kers,” he began his invective-filled Instagram video.
“Man, look, bruh, I’ve been stuck trying to get home for two days, bruh,” he said. “If they got an Uber in New Orleans, I will pay you $1000 cash right now to take me to Atlanta. I’m stuck in New Orleans for this, I’ve been stuck here for 48 hours. I will pay any Uber $1000 cash right now. Come in my DMs, send me your number. You can come pick me up right now.”
Boosie made it clear that he’s been having issues trying to get a response to his requests for a ride out of town.
“Uber, Lyft, where the f**k you at?”” he asked. “Nobody answers the f**king phone.”
Keeping It Steady
Boosie wanting to get away from the ice makes sense, given the way that he dealt with ice when trying to go skating with his kids. The BooPac rapper looked like a lost deer, stumbling around with the aid of a red skating walker. At least he had a sense of humor about it, posting multiple videos of himself trying his best to stay standing.
At least we know that Boosie is following his own advice. He recently told VladTV that he pitched NBA Youngboy on leaving Louisiana before the city of Baton Rouge and the people in his past swallow him up.
“I don’t want to say his whereabouts but I don’t think he in Louisiana,” Boosie said when asked if NBA listened to his advice. “I hope he just listening to me.”
Boosie did admit that the kid is going to have to learn his own lessons.
“He getting to a point now where he getting that sack. He’s getting to a point where he’ll have to learn from his mistakes,” he said. “He listened to me but you know as time move on you know how it is, you get growner and growner.”
See the Video
In another interview with VladTV he explained why he thinks rappers need to leave where they come from.
“Most rappers die in their own city. It’s a fact,” he said. “You have haters who was in school with you. And they mad because they were in that same third grade class as you but they don’t have the same hustle as you.”
“If you was a local rapper and you didn’t have much they would love you,” he added.
Boosie said his thoughts go double for his home state, particularly his hometown of Baton Rouge.
“If you don’t leave from down there, you going to get murked,” he said. “The bigger the person you killed, the higher your respect go.“
Check out his video up top. What do you think? Would you drive Boosie to Atlanta for $1k? Do you also want to get away from the cold? Sound off in the comments and be sure to SHARE this article.