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Boosie Badazz Kicked Off Instagram for Posting Slap Video

todayMarch 28, 2021

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Boosie Badazz has been banned from Instagram…again.

The rapper’s second account was reportedly deactivated after he offered to pay a man $554 to slap him on camera in DaBaby’s video for “Period.”

“I got $554 dollars [for] whoever let me slap the f**k out them on the ‘Period’ video,” Boosie said. “I wanna come on that bitch, ni**a playing with me, I’m just gon’ bat him. Bop! But it gotta be real though.”

He was apparently able to find a taker. Video later surfaced from the set, showing an intoxicated man approaching Boosie and DaBaby in a gas station. “You one of these punk ass rappers and you can’t rap. How you gonna tell me you a goddamn rapper?” the man asks before Boosie violently slaps him across the face, nearly knocking him to the floor.

“What’s wrong with you, man?” responds Boosie.

The clip went viral and Boosie’s name began trending, which may have prompted Instagram to deactivate his account for violating the app’s terms.

After the takedown, Boosie put Instagram and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on blast, tweeting, “@zuck u just a racist.”

Back in August, Boosie had his original Instagram account removed for posting sexually-explicit content. He pleaded with Zuckerberg to reinstate his page to no avail.

“This is how I feed my family. Mark, do not do this to 2020. Do not take Boosie off Instagram!” Boosie said before later launching his “BoosieNewIG” account.

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