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Boosie Asked T-Pain To Help Get Back His Instagram

ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 23: Rapper Lil Boosie on the set of the music Video "Shottas" at Private Residence on September 23, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

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ATLANTA, GA – SEPTEMBER 23: Rapper Lil Boosie on the set of the music Video “Shottas” at Private Residence on September 23, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

The controversial Boosie Badazz got his main account on Instagram suspended and looked for assistance from T-Pain to recover it.

Boosie Badazz has been saying what is on his mind which at times gets him into heat over controversial topics. This has led to him getting his Instagram account suspended numerous times. He even cursed out the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg himself which obviously didn’t do him any favors in getting his account back.

The frustration from the rapper came at the hands of him posting to his Instagram account in late March a behind-the-scenes clip of a music video he was filming with Charlotte rapper DaBaby.

Prior to the March suspension, in which he openly called for someone who would be willing to take a punch to the face for money, he was last suspended from Instagram in August. The video of the smack earned the participant the agreed-upon amount for the blow, and he was tipped by DaBaby for partaking in it. The clip ended up being a stunt to promote Boosie and Dababy’s “Period” single, but Instagram found the video too alarming and violent to keep on its platform, promptly removing it and suspending his main account again.

Boosie can still be followed on his backup Instagram account below.

Boosie speaks with Vladtv over the whole ordeal in the clip below.