Boosie Badazz is well-known for his various bizarre antics on social media that certainly give him a lot of attention. However, not all of his antics are harmless internet fun. He has made very problematic comments in the past. This included him making transphobic comments about Dwayne Wade’s daughter Zaya in 2020.

Badazz certainly has not been having the best of luck as of late from the looks of it. His latest performance at the Legendz of the Streetz concert was cancelled immediately after a brawl broke out.

Boosie Badazz then went on to accuse Atlanta of banning him. On top of that, Boosie was even arrested for his role in the brawl during the rap concert in Atlanta. It seems things only went downhill from there.

The rapper recently took to social media and uploaded a video of himself wearing a jacket bearing the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity’s name despite not being a member. This is considered a serious offence by fraternity members. Unsurprisingly, Badazz was blasted for his actions.

Ok Alphas do NOT engage that nigga boosie… you will give him what he wants… attention and then you will give that bullshit life.. do not repost it and don’t comment.. ignore him like the child he is.. Fraternally, Fall 01 #December4th #AlphaPhiAlpha

I ain’t showing my Dad that pic of Boosie in that Alpha Line Jacket because he gon’ get to fussing and cussing about lukewarm Frat members

Boosie disrespectful as fuck. Dude went from being a kappa to an Alpha. Its about to be another interesting and annoying day on this here app.

Boosie Badazz even dragged Lil Nas X’s father into the entire drama concerning his son recently. It is highly unlikely Badazz will stop being controversial anytime soon from the looks of it.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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