Rapper Boosie Badazz is reportedly in the process of creating an entire community in his backyard for his family and friends to enjoy. According to a video circulating the internet revealing Boosie’s progress, the neighborhood will feature luxury apartments and streets named after his children. The video also claims that the neighborhood will also feature “a massive pool,” a basketball court, a movie theater, a tennis court, and more.
No Jumper shared the video to their Instagram, and viewers were quick to comment. One user writes, “Finally someone doing something interesting and profitable with their money.” Another adds, “That’s what’s up! I’m doing the same thing here in Detroit. We need more of this.” Not everyone is a fan of Boosie’s big plans, however, with one commenter claiming, “This is one of the worst ideas since the ‘big ass chain’ but at least this should have some resale value assuming it ever gets finished.”
Boosie Invests In His Family
n other Boosie news, the rapper recently shared his feelings on Twitter about the highly-anticipated Devin Haney vs. Vasiliy Lomachenko boxing match. He Tweeted, “I F**K WITH HANEY BUT I JUST WATCH CHAMP LOSE EVERY ROUND OF THAT FIGHT NO BOXING RIGGED TIMES HAVE CHANGED THIS S**T BOUT MONEY.” “I won money on Haney but Money can’t make me Lie,” he added alongside a prayer emoji. A clip of the rapper going on a jelly-related tangent on Instagram Live also took off earlier this week. Boosie was pulling through a McDonald’s drive-through in front of viewers, when he realized that he hadn’t received as many jelly packets as he would’ve preferred. He proceeded to go off about how “stingy” the McDonald’s employees act “with fu***in jelly.”
Earlier this month, Boosie also sat down with VladTV, where he revealed that he believes Tory Lanez should have taken a plea deal in the Megan Thee Stallion shooting case. He discussed his own experience and said, “If he would have went in there and said he wanted to make a deal, [with] them lawyers he got, he could have been doing time in a facility with damn-near nobody around him.” Boosie added that he, personally, “would have tried to get five years.”