Boosie Badazz announces he’s returning to the city where he once got shot, but the promoters have to pay.
Speaking to fans on Instagram Live on Sunday (October 29), the Baton Rouge native was asked when he would come to Dallas, the city where he was shot in the leg in 2020. While he said he was open to returning he said it would cost him a cool six figures to do so.
“I don’t know, they’d have to pay me a lot of money to come to Dallas,” he said. “They shot me in Dallas. They have to pay that bag. I’m trying to come! $150,000 – I’m coming. They shot me in Dallas. I love Dallas, though. Dallas is my highest support city. Every time I By dropping a movie, Dallas is number one!
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Shortly after Dallas rapper Mo3 was murdered in late 2020, Boosie Badazz was in town to attend a vigil for him. During the trip, Boosie was shot outside a mall called Big T’s.
according to TMZthe “Wipe Me Down” rapper was riding in a Runner’s truck most of the day when someone fired into the vehicle, hitting him in the leg.
The shooters quickly fled the scene, while Bossi and his accompanying delegation headed to the hospital. He was treated for his gunshot wound and released after just over a week.
Boosie Badazz didn’t let that keep him down for long, as he shared a post of a performance on Thanksgiving, just four days after his release, and entered straight into the show in his wheelchair.
In other news, Boosie is currently working on a full-length album with the recently released BG after supporting the Hot Boys MC throughout his recent stint in prison.
During a Zoom call earlier this month, the two Louisiana natives had a conversation with DJ Tony Neal, who said in the comments section of Hip Hop Wolf’s repost of the interview that he “works with both of them.”
During the call, BG made sure to show his friend and collaborator some love while spreading the news of their joint project.
“We got an album together,” he began. “I just wanted to step up and shout out to him, man, and tell him I appreciated everything he did for me when I was down.
“Dude wrapped his arm around me like a real G, man. That’s my brother, man.