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The 25 Most Ignorant Twitter Reactions To Lil Boosie’s Livestream

 

Fans and critics of Torrence “Lil Boosie” Hatch have taken to Twitter to voice their opinion about his first media day.

“You can’t expect someone to come home and not feed his family,” Boosie said Monday (March 10) during a news conference at the W Hotel in New Orleans.

The recently released rapper has come home to a brand new world full of Instagram, social media, and Justin Bieber. This recent hodgepodge of mediums found Boosie at the center of a frenzy which exploded across the Twitterverse.

For those unfamiliar with the situation, Boosie Bad Azz was sentenced to an eight-year stint at the Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola. He served nearly five years in jail on possession of marijuana charges and must remain on parole until 2018. After likening his release to a good dream, Atlantic Records called the game’s finest to welcome the ratchet Baton Rouge rapper back into the free world.

The UStream chat, which was hosted by The Breakfast Club‘s own Angela Yee found the Trill Entertainment franchise player ready to get his career back on track and take over the game.

While times have changed, Boosie’s first transition back into the world of rap was witnessed by over 40k people, and he quickly became a trending topic via social media.

We found and chronicled the 25 most ratchet and trillest things the Twittersphere had to say about Boosie’s livestream chat.

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We start with a Twitizen who understands just who Lil Boosie reps and raps for…

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Comment Comments: 7 Tags Tags: young jeezy, bun-b, lil boosie, angela yee, webbie
  • keke

    Aside from the ignorance surrounding this whole issue, my question is how dies someone serve 8 years for marijuana possession? Killers don’t even get that kind of time….people of color get harsh sentences. Ijs

    • keke

      How does* not dies. My bad

    • BamaChick256

      Right, but George Zimmerman goes free for taking a black child’s life. And was spotted signing autographs at a gun show of all places

  • The_Good_Life

    Bossie raps for those who think Dr. MLk was a medical doctor.

    • African Royalty

      You comment was funnier then the ones I read from the article!

  • BamaChick256

    Hmmm, this man just got out of prison and the only thing people can do is make fun of him? So tell me, how perfect is your miserable life? Let him be, smh Petty af!

  • mesoclever

    Haters to the max, I like Boosie and I dont fit any of those sterotypical tweets. I like Boosie cuz his voice is different, hes from the South, his music is fun to bounce to in the club or at home, and to support him as an artist thats trying to move out of the hood.