Boosie Badazz is simply uncompromising when it comes to making a deal, as the rapper offered Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg a whopping $100,000 in cash in a bid to get his Instagram account back.
Taking to his Twitter account on Sept. 8, The Baton Rouge rapper made a public offer, tweeting, “@zuck I got a 100k for my OfficialBoosieig page BACK.”
After Boosie’s Instagram account was suspended in Aug., the rapper directed an angry rant at Mark Zuckenberger. “I don’t even know what I did, but this is how I feed my family,” he said in an Aug. 13-dated video that was posted to HipHopDX.
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We ain’t making no show money Mark Zuckenberger, none of the rappers. I need my Instagram back, man! Mark, I need my Instagram back. Mark Zuckenberger. I told everybody, ‘Call Mark Zuckenberger. At him right now. Tell him call my sister. We need to talk.’ I need my Instagram! I got people’s money I gotta post,” he said in the aforesaid video.
A few days following his long, angry speech of criticism, Boosie confessed that his account was banned citing sexually explicit content he posted. During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, the rapper paid women using CashApp to perform sexual acts such as exposing themselves and twerking on his Instagram Live.
In a three-series interview with VladTV in Apr., the 37-year-old rapper said Instagram had put him on 6-month parole. They sent me emails like, ‘Boosie, one more time… one more p—y… If you show p—y one more time, it’s over,'” he said.
The rapper went on to say that he refrained from encouraging sexual activities on his Instagram Live and recalled how the platform stopped Tory Lanez. Realizing he would end up following in the footsteps of Lanez, Bossie said he decided to stop those activities on his Instagram.
He also revealed that his IG Live sessions turned into lucrative promotions, adding that he would get paid anywhere from $7,000 to $10,000. “I’m eating, Vlad, off that sh–,” he continued. “I ain’t doing that sh– for free… I get paid $7,000 just to post people on my IG Live, just to wear their T-shirt,” he said.
Bossie said he needs his Instagram account back. “You want a video drop? $10,000, $7,000 easy,” he noted, adding that he does these two a day. “I’m hustling. So I need my Instagram, so I had to chill out,” the rapper insisted.