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Boosie Cancels His Collaboration With Rapper T.I. After He Admitted To Snitching On His Dead Cousin

Boosie Cancels His Collaboration With Rapper T.I After He Admitted To Snitching On His Dead Cousin

If there are people black Americans are disgusted by most, they are snitches. A corporation with the police is one thing that blacks distaste for obvious reasons.

Boosie Badazz was set to collaborate with rapper T.I. until he admitted that he incriminated his dead cousin to skip jail. Boosie doesn’t give a sh-t about the circumstances surrounding T.I.’s situation. Rather, he deemed T.I. a ‘rat’ and nixed the collaboration.

According to Boosie, if T.I. is being honest, then he is a snitch and does not deserve his collaboration or any form of relationship. Boosie says anyone who cooperates with law enforcement to skip jail is a rat, and he has no tolerance for such dudes.

Boosie is either being cautious, or he still has criminal dealings to protect from the feds, SUS!

Media Take Out Reports;

Baton Rouge rapper Boosie Badazz just scrapped his plans for a joint album with Atlanta rapper T.I. after Tip admitted he incriminated his a dead cousin to avoid jail time in a gun case, Media Take Out has learned.

A few months ago, TI went on a podcast and playfully explained a time where he avoided going to jail on a gun charge, by blaming his deceased cousin. According to Tip, his cousin would have approved of this.

Well T.I.’s former homie, Boosie doesn’t see it the same way as Tip. In a recent Vlad Tv interview, Boosie told listeners that he will no longer do an album with Tip. He claims that if TI was telling the truth, then he’s a snitch.

Boosie is taking this “snitch” thing pretty seriously huh?

Boosie, whose real name is Torence Ivy Hatch, is an American rapper. Hatch began rapping in the 1990s as a member of the hip hop collective Concentration Camp, eventually pursuing a solo career in 2000 with the release of his debut album Youngest of da Camp. After leaving the label the following year, he signed with Pimp C’s Trill Entertainment to release his second studio album, For My Thugz (2002). One of the most prominent figures of Southern hip hop, Hatch has gone on to release thirteen solo studio albums, as well as seven collaborative albums and 44 mixtapes.

In 2009, Hatch was sentenced to 4 years in prison on drug and gun charges. In 2010, he was indicted on first-degree murder charges, and was also sentenced to 10 years on multiple charges of drug possession with intent of distribution.

After serving 5 years in prison, Hatch was released early on March 5, 2014.

Boosie had to spend years in prison for various crimes, including a murder charge, he surely doesn’t want anyone who easily blabs around him.

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