Torrence Hatch Jr. Hatch began rapping in the s as a member of the hip hop collective Concentration Camp, eventually pursuing a solo career in 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.
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Boosie's account was disabled for repeatedly violating policies. Here's Boosie Badazz going on a hilarious rant about getting banned from Instagram, and he wants action right now from Mark Zuckerberg The Louisiana rapper is up in arms over the fact he's in social media timeout, and he's making a desperate plea to Mark, but hilariously calls the multi-billionaire Mark Zuckinberger As Boosie put it BTW, the IG ban is reportedly because of his recent streak of posts with links to his OnlyFans account, which is basically porn It is weird though 'cause lots of IG users promote OnlyFans. Anyway, Boosie has a solution Whatever that is. Boosie says IG is the only way he and other rappers are making money in the pandemic, which has wiped out live concerts, and he says he needs his account to feed his family.
What fans witness on any given night of a Boosie performance is an artist who is passionate and dedicated to his craft. But off stage, beyond the bright lights, live mics and the fog of smoky nightclubs, Boosie, given name Torrence Hatch, battles each day to keep going. There are the daily measures Boosie takes to control his Type 1 diabetes — insulin, three times a day — a regularly scheduled routine since his diagnosis 13 years ago. In between business ventures, Boosie is still greeting the fans and delivering high-energy performances to sold-out crowds around the country. Despite that, Boosie Badazz remains as tough as his moniker and is keeping his health at the forefront.