No, Lil Boosie aint dead, but his career might be. Unless he gets the death penalty, then he really will be dead.
Baton Rouge rapper Lil Boosie (real name Torrance Hatch) is no stranger to trouble with the law. In jail for probation violation on drug and gun charges, the Trill Entertainment rapper and two associates (one of them only 17 years old) were then indicted on first-degree murder charges by a grand jury on Thursday, June 17.
The men are accused of being involved in the shooting of 35-year-old Terry Boyd in his own house in October. District attorney Hiler Moore stated that the killing seemed to be “over turf” and that if Lil Boosie is convicted the death penalty is is a possibility.
Hatch was also indicted on multiple drug and conspiracy charges for smuggling large amounts of codeine, ecstasy and marijuana into prison with intent to distribute. His girlfriend, a prison guard and a fellow inmate were also charged as co-conspirators. In addition to these charges, prosecutors believe the 27-year-old rapper may have been involved in at least five other slayings.
When asked if he had anything to do with these charges, the rapper had this to say:
His lyrics do indicate otherwise. The track “I Know” carries violent and aggressive messages, such as, “So put yo fist up in yo pockets and them bullets in the chamber” and “I’m itchin to kill, gimme a reason I will. I’ll end up grippin a steal.” Boosie was in the midst of releasing his last album, “Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz,” during his last set of legal troubles, but a follow-up may be a long time in coming.
Time will tell on this one.
For more on the story of Lil Boosie’s troubles and a video, see the link.