Louisiana rapper Boosie Badazz has revealed he isn’t happy with a new YouTube documentary and has pointed out a number of errors in the film that don’t represent him properly.
On October 28th, the Baton Rouge artist posted a series of tweets addressing the YouTube documentary Rap’s Alleged Serial Killer, EXPOSING The Evil Life of Boosie in Detail. The documentary released by Swamp Stories explores Boosie’s relationship with his father and more.
However, Boosie has come out insisting that the production got details about his father and his friends all wrong. The emcee sent out four consecutive tweets ranting about the documentary following its release.
Referencing the producer of the documentary, Badazz wrote, “YALL MFS MAKING THESE FAKE DOCUMENTARIES ON YOUTUBE DONT BE KNOWING WHAT THE HELL YALL TALKING BOUT.”
He continued, “SMH DONT EVEN KNOW MY DADDY NAME [O]R MY NAME IM NOT A JR DUMMY N THIS IS NOT MY DADDY NAME [downward-button emoji] ITS IVY RAY HATCH STUPID MF LET ME BE GREAT.”
The documentary also addresses Boosie’s relationship with the late Baton Rouge rapper ‘Lil’ Ivy Smith, who was murdered in 2005. Writing in rage, the emcee posted, “THIS WEAK DOCUMENTARY IS FULL OF LIES.TRILL NEVER WANTED TO SIGN ‘LIL IVY’. MY CEOS NEVER MENTIONED SIGNING LIL IVY “TO ME [O]R NOBODY ELSE.”
He continued, “THIS IS A LIE THAT HAS TO STOP. IVY WAS A BOSS WHO WAS SIGNING HIS OWN ARTIST.ME N IVY WE WAS DOING OUR OWN THING N IVY NEVER CARED ABOUT NO DAM RAP HE WAS A TRUE DBOY. HE LIKED TO SEE OTHER PEOPLE DO THAT RAP SHIT.HE WAS A SHOTCALLER /CEO DUMMIES SMH.”