Boosie Badazz Reportedly Wants To File A Lawsuit Against Mark Zuckerberg
Boosie Badazz has continued to find himself in the headlines for a number of reasons over the last few months, some positive, and some negative. Regardless, the rapper is clearly a fan favorite because whenever he speaks, people want to listen.
Earlier this year, it was reported that Boosie Badazz had his Instagram account completely terminated, which was a big deal to him due to his various endorsements and alternative income streams.
While the reason for his account’s termination was never revealed, most have assumed it was due to the promotion of his OnlyFans account. Afterward, Boosie said he was going to file a lawsuit against the Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, for unfairly deleting his account.
According to Hot New Hip Hop, the rapper’s Instagram, however, was fairly X-rated, including close-up shots of barely clothed women and images of their genitals. The rapper says they sent him emails back in April threatening to ban him permanently if he continued to show “p*ssy.”
Apparently, they weren’t kidding because his account was subsequently taken down. Either way, Boosie managed to get another account in the ensuing months, although he had to use a different name and handle.
He’s still mad about losing his old account as well, claiming that he was going to file a lawsuit against Zuckerberg, which he already said he would do in September. According to Badazz, it was unfair because many other people had done far worse things than he did, but yet he wasn’t allowed to start a new account.
The rapper went on to say that it was “discrimination,” and something was clearly “wrong” with how he was being treated. As it was noted above, Boosie lost some of his income streams when his account was terminated a few months back.
He used to advertise and market for a chicken wing restaurant, which apparently made him a decent amount of money. As most know, it has been a hard time for performing artists this year because concerts have been completely shut down, leaving entertainers without as many income streams.