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.
According to TMZ, MN2S Corp. and We Are Live Entertainment, who are booker and promoter, respectively, for the “Legendz of the Streetz” tour, have filed a lawsuit against Badazz, as they claimed that he caused all the mayhem that unfolded in October at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena.
The companies claim before the show Boosie contacted We Are Live president, Leonard Rowe, demanding more money than the $150k initially agreed upon. Rowe declined to pay more and then alleged he threatened to ruin the concert.
They claimed that Boosie Badazz slipped past security and destroyed a bunch of pricey equipment before fighting with security. The companies are suing him for $525k in damages to recoup their losses and punish Boosie as well. We will keep you updated on this ongoing story.