On Monday, rapper Boosie Badazz claimed that a security guard forcefully removed him and members of his family from a Mississippi Mall, using pepper spray in the process. Now, the Louisiana rapper is accusing the cops of stealing over $1 million worth of jewelry after the incident.
Boosie took to Instagram to explain that the jewelry was stolen when cops pulled his van over after leaving the mall. While authorities arrested some of his entourage, they are denying that they have any of the rapper's belongings in their possession. Check out what Boosie had to say below:
Biloxi police has stolen a million dollars in jewelry from me we going protest soon follow my ig for times n dates I need my fans to support this injustice.This is 1968 all over again they trying to take my my jewelry from me this is crazy.When I see my Po Friday I'm asking permission to go to the steps of the Biloxi court with my fans,n lawyers n hold a press conference about this million dollar theft that has been committed.Im sick of the police ,the banks stealing my hard earned money I'm just tired I'm tired 💰💰like wtf / I'm bout to make so many hate songs about the cops /they get away with everything I'm headed to the studio n speak my fucking mind I'm releasing it to all bogs 12 noon tomorrow 👍freedom of speech repost n put Biloxi police you owe us millions as the caption/Don't go to there casinos r anything they have there this will happen to anyone successful hashtag #nobiloxinomore #nobiloximore don't go Biloxi all Boosie fans hashtag nobiloxinomore
UPDATE: After initially denying it, a Mississippi police department has now said the rapper's jewelry was indeed taken and will be returned. Biloxi Police Lt. Christopher De Back said Boosie Badazz's jewelry was impounded Sunday (April 9) when officers arrested five members of the rapper's entourage for assault. It has since been confirmed by De Back that Boosie did not participate in the assault.
UPDATE: Though police have confirmed that Boosie will get his confiscated jewelry back, the reconciliation didn't stop the rapper from venting on a new track. Titled "F--k the Police x10," Badazz can be heard denouncing unlawful police brutality:
"Why you gon' shoot at the hand, die for the lick / Why you get shoot for the blacks, chasin' they head / What if your job got shot down for no reason? / He had no gun, hands up, shot for no reason / They charge him, said they gon' convict him, I don't believe / Protect and serve, they don’t do it, so we don’t need 'em."