Boosie Badazz is sending an apology to his children following his federal arrest in San Diego, California, on Wednesday.
Boosie Took To Twitter On Wednesday Evening
The “Wipe Me Down” rapper took to Twitter on Wednesday evening following reports of his federal arrest. Boosie issued a direct apology to his children while explaining that he loves them forever.
“I WANNA TAKE THIS TIME TO APOLOGIZE TO MY KIDS , IM SORRY AND I LOVE YALL FOREVER”
Following the tweet, Boosie returned to Instagram to share that he is selling a Rolls Royce truck for $240,000.
Details Regarding Boosie’s Federal Arrest
According to TMZ, it has been confirmed by a spokesperson for the San Diego County District Attorney’s office that the rapper appeared in court Wednesday for his ongoing gun case.
Additionally, the rapper’s “case was dismissed.”
However, due to “another pending legal issue,” Boosie was arrested by federal agents as soon as he exited the courtroom.
Furthermore, the outlet reports that what led to the rapper’s arrest is unclear.
The Rapper Previously Warned The Youth To Stay On A “Straight & Narrow” Path
The rapper’s arrest arrives after Boosie recently encouraged Louisiana youth to stay out of trouble and out of the streets. As The Shade Room previously reported, the rapper took to Instagram Live in May and explained to viewers that they should “never become no street n***a.”
“Don’t never become no street n***a, though. Don’t never become no gangsta, bro.”
The rapper added that involvement in street life only leaves one “looking over” their “shoulder” and continuously needing resources to “protect” themselves.
“Always gotta have n***as with you. Always gotta be trying to protect yourself. Lookin’ over your shoulder…”
However, the lifestyle is never “worth it.”
“S**t don’t even be worth it, bro. You get older, you’ll be like, ‘Damn, man.’ Real shit, bro.”
Roomies, what do you think of Boosie’s recent arrest and previous statements discouraging involvement in street activity?
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