Rapper Boosie Badazz flew into a state of rage after he was pulled over by law enforcement officials this week during a traffic stop in Georgia, according to police bodycam footage.
The rapper was pulled over in his Cadillac Escalade on Wednesday “for heavy window tint and concealed tags,” TMZ reported.
Police searched the vehicle after they smelled marijuana and allegedly discovered a large sum of cash and a bag of marijuana, the report said.
The rapper exploded while he waited outside his vehicle in handcuffs while law enforcement searched his SUV, repeatedly stating that he was “tired of being f***ed with.”
“I’m going to show you how I get down when I get locked up,” the rapper yelled. “I’m going out like a gangster. You’re gonna have to knock my f***ing teeth out. … I’m ready now. … I’m gonna show them how I get down in the yard, I’m gonna punch on the first white boy I see in that b****.”
“Yeah, I got a lot of hoes sucking d*** at my house, right,” he later barked at police. “I got like 35 hoes sucking d*** at my house right now. If anybody want they d*** sucked let me know. … I’m ready to fight.”
After searching the vehicle, the police officer explained to the rapper that he was being cited for the marijuana they allegedly found in the car, but he was not under arrest. The rapper claimed that he had been stopped by law enforcement numerous times over the previous two weeks and that he would talk to an attorney about pursuing charges.
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The rapper was previously charged in 2010 with first-degree murder for the death of Terry Boyd, which he was later acquitted of.
He was sentenced to eight years in prison back in 2011 after he pled guilty “to three counts of conspiring to bring drugs into a penal institution,” WAFB 9 reported.
He was previously sentenced to two years in prison for drug charges back in 2009 and has been arrested multiple times since then on various charges related to drugs, weapons, and property destruction.
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