What is Boosie Badazz's net worth? Rapper planned to sue Mark Zuckerberg for $20M over Instagram ban
Rapper Boosie Badazz was busy filming 'Clutchin' music video along with Dee Rogers in Alabama when shots were apparently fired, leaving one individual in a critical condition on Saturday, May 29. The two reportedly left the scene unharmed. DJ Akademiks had shared a video on his official Twitter account where we could see the rapper surrounded by a bunch of guys shooting for his new music video for ‘Clutchin’. The video abruptly cuts off after the sound of bullets disrupts the filming.
Along with the video, DJ Akademiks had tweeted, “BREAKING: Allegedly a shootout occurred today when #boosie when shooting a music video with a new artist in Huntsville, Alabama. Reportedly one person is dead. Boosie was unharmed.” TMZ also reported the incident revealing that police interrogated several witnesses, since there were around 100 people outside when the incident happened. However, after a few hours of the incident, Boosie took to his Twitter account and said, “AINT NOBODY TRY TO KILL ME N HUNTSVILLE AL. YALL MFS BE HAPPY TO SPREAD LIES ON ME #LOL”. Boosie has also made headlines in the last few years due to his several legal issues.
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BREAKING: Allegedly a shootout occurred today when #boosie when shooting a music video with a new artist in Huntsville, Alabama . Reportedly one person is dead. Boosie was unharmed. pic.twitter.com/yOuKl3Zkw9— DJ Akademiks (@Akademiks) May 30, 2021
AINT NOBODY TRY TO KILL ME N HUNTSVILLE AL. YALL MFS BE HAPPY TO SPREAD LIES ON ME #LOL— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) May 30, 2021
Boosie Badazz's real name is Torrence Ivy Hatch and he was born on November 14, 1982, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His mother was a school nurse while his father was a pastor. He earlier went with the moniker of Lil Boosie and it was his cousin Young Dee who introduced him to Baton Rouge rapper C-Loc in the late 1990s’. The Louisiana native later joined the group Concentration Camp as he got mentored by Young Bleed and C-Loc as well as MD. Boosie eventually debuted on C-Loc's fifth album, 'It's A Gamble' in 2000 and Concentration Camp’s third studio effort called ‘Camp III: Thug Brothas’ in the same year. Speaking of Boosie’s first full-length project, he recorded it in 2000 and titled it as ‘Youngest of da Camp’. Boosie went with the stage name of Lil Boosie till 2014 before changing it to Boosie Badazz in 2015 when he had dropped his album titled ‘Touch Down 2 Cause Hell’.
What is Boosie Badazz's net worth?
The 38-year-old hip-hop artist has been active in the game for more than two decades and has delivered hit singles like ‘Zoom’ featuring Yung Joc, ‘Wipe Me Down’ featuring Foxx and Webbie, ‘Better Believe It’ featuring Webbie and Young Jeezy, ‘Show Da World’ with Webbie featuring Kiara among a few others. The rapper has pocketed huge amount of money with his 13 studio albums. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Boosie Badazz is valued at an impressive $800,000. He has earned the majority of his money from record sales, album tours, streaming revenues and collaborations with other renowned hip-hop artists. Boosie was featured on the single, ‘Independent’, featuring Lil Phat, which peaked at number one on the US Rap chart.
Boosie laughed all the way to the bank when his third album called ‘Bad Azz reached number one on the Billboard rap charts. In 2008, he also launched his own record label, Bad Azz Entertainment which further allowed him to make more money. Apart from earning moolah from his music, Boosie has also appeared in films like ‘Gangsta Musik’ in 2005, ‘Bad Azz’ in 2006, ‘On the Grind’ in 2006, ‘Last Dayz’ in 2009, ‘Ghetto Stories: The Movie’ in 2010 and ‘Glass Jaw’ in 2018. In December 2020 Boosie had claimed that he was planning to sue Mark Zuckerberg for $20million after his Instagram got deleted twice. In an interview with Vlad TV, he claimed that he was planning to sue the Facebook boss as his business suffered heavy losses and he lost many opportunities.