The rapper is officially an ordained minister. Taking to social media, Boosie showed off his certificate from the Universal Life Church Ministries with his real name, Torrence Hatch, and announced that he is now legally able to marry couples.
“If you want Boosie to marry you, let me know. If you want Boosie to marry you, I got my motherfu**in’ license,” he said. “I’m marrying couples now.”
But having Boosie officiate your wedding won’t come cheap. He claims that he’s charging between $75,000 and $100,000 for his services.
When he’s not moonlighting as a minister, Boosie is still focused on music. On Black Friday, he released a pair of albums, Mississippi and Back to BR, which he described as “classics.”
He is not the only rapper with a license to marry. Cardi B is also an ordained minister and recently officiated her first wedding for a same-sex couple as part of her Facebook Watch series, “Cardi Tries.”