Boosie Badazz has gotten himself booted from Instagram … again.
On Saturday (Mar.27), a video surfaced of Boosie slapping a man in the face. Apparently, this was all planned and part of his new music video, “Period”, featuring rapper Da Baby.
Last week, Boosie took to social media in search of someone who was willing to get slapped on camera for exactly $554.
The Louisiana native found his stunt man and on Saturday (Mar.27), a video of the scene went viral on social media. In the clip, DaBaby and Boosie are at a corner store when a man begins to yell at Boosie and then he gets slapped.
In another clip, we see the aftermath of the incident where Boosie and Da Baby show love to the man and pay him his $500 including a tip for doing such a good job and even gave him an extra $200 tip.
Despite the antic being a good-hearted stunt, Instagram decided to remove the video. The site also deleted the rapper’s Instagram page. On Sunday Boosie took to Twitter to express his frustration and had a message for Facebook CEO/founder Mark Zuckerberg.
“@zuck u just a racist” he wrote on Twitter.
@zuck u just a racist
— Boosie BadAzz (@BOOSIEOFFICIAL) March 28, 2021
This is not the first time Boosie’s Instagram was deleted. Last year after he repeatedly posted explicit content on his account it was shutdown. He pleaded with Zuckerberg then to reactivate his account but ended up having to create an entirely new one.
Boosie made it clear during an interview with VladTV in December 2020 that he’s being targeted because of his race and profession. The rapper has already made a new Insta under his real name, Torence Hatch.
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