Of all the people happy to see Lil Boosie freed from a 52-month prison stint, none showed jubilation like one of his daughters. During an interview with All Hip-Hop, the Baton Rouge rapper spoke on the now infamous viral video, in which his child spews the n-word multiple times in celebration of his release.
“I told y’all ni**as, I told y’all ni**as. Y’all thought I was playing but I told y’all ni**as. He comin’ home today, he comin’ today,” his daughter chanted before claiming that the streets belonged to her father, Boosie. In days since, the brief clip has become a topic of conversation among all the other happenings surrounding the rapper’s return.
“I was too happy to fuss,” Boosie said about chastising his daughter. “You know, after that I told her I didn’t want her saying the word. But, she was one of those that went through ‘Your daddy ain’t coming home,’ ‘Yo daddy this’ in schools and such. So, I think it was just..when I called her and told her I was coming home, I think it was all the stuff she went through coming out.”
The southern rap star actually didn’t think that his child had such a rant in her.
Boosie reiterated that he told his daughter not to use the n-word, but that he didn’t “whoop” her or anything. He described his child as a straight A student and an all around good kid. Hear Lil Boosie speak more in the footage below. See the viral visual on the following page.