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Many dream of becoming famous and imagine living a lavish and rewarding lifestyle, but in reality becoming famous can come at a heavy price; often losing privacy, sense of security and straining relationships as part of its cost. Even though Cowen acknowledges that modern systems of producing and dispensing fame diverge significantly from moral qualities, he nonetheless presents it in favor. 1. Boosie’s Financial Woes Boosie, also known by his legal name of Torrence Hatch, has had some financial issues over time. In 2015, he was asked to leave a Planet Fitness gym in Georgia after criticizing Dwyane Wade's daughter who is transgender - prompting staff there to kick him out after Hatch began making disparaging comments in an Instagram video that has since been deleted by Hatch and which also labeled Wade an NBA star and accused them of being gay s-ts. Recently, a rapper alleges that someone committed fraud on his bank account, costing him over half a million dollars and leading him to avoid Capital One Bank in New Orleans altogether. To air his grievance and warn against dealing with their financial institution he took to Instagram with his message. Beginning his rap career as part of Concentration Camp and eventually signing with Pimp C's Trill Entertainment, this veteran artist released seven solo albums. Additionally, he appeared in various movies and TV shows before being sent back into prison after violating parole after being released in 2009. However, despite facing death penalties on multiple occasions to fulfill his musical dreams. 2. Boosie’s Unusual Selling Tactics Torrence Hatch, more popularly known by his stage name Boosie Badazz, has had more than his fair share of troubles in life. Speaking to VladTV recently, the rapper discussed these difficulties as well as discussing King Von's recent murder. Boosie went on a tirade against Capital One Bank, alleging they have not given him back his money. Additionally, he discussed recent police officer killings as well as hiring of sex workers - comments which caused much outrage from members of the public, with many labeling Boosie a "fool." 3. Boosie’s Personal Life Boosie has always been a controversial figure, yet remains mysterious. While he prefers not to talk about his personal life or discuss social issues openly, Boosie recently made public statements against Capital One bank accusing them of failing to pay back him nearly $500,000. Furthermore, he spoke out in regards to Terence Crutcher's police shooting incident. Torrence Ivy Hatch Jr, more widely known by his stage name Boosie Badazz, was born in Baton Rouge. At 14 he began rapping professionally and quickly rose to prominence within his hometown. Unfortunately he endured an unstable childhood which included losing both parents to drugs as well as being kicked out of school by both. His mother worked as a principal while his father served as pastor. In 1996, Young Dee introduced him to the music industry and this marked the beginning of his serious musical career. Teaming up with label mate Webbie and producing Gangsta Musik album with hit tracks "Swerve" and "Give Me That", this was his breakthrough and put him on the map nationally. As an integral figure in hip-hop culture, he released albums until 2009 when he was arrested on drug and gun charges and sent to Death Row prison. After nearly eight years behind bars, his sentence was eventually overturned and released in March of 2014. As soon as he left prison, he entered a studio to record new material and enter various sectors of entertainment including filming and acting - even creating his own clothing line! Boosie has recently been embroiled in several scandals. He has been accused of rape, attempted murder, drug dealing and even robbery; furthermore he has come under criticism for making statements regarding how police treat homosexuals and black people. Rapper 50 Cent has amassed an estimated net worth of $10 Million and owns several luxury cars and a mansion in Louisiana, as well as appearing in movies and television shows. Additionally, 50 founded Bad Azz Records with his brother Taquari "TQ" Hatch; together they share eight children by six different women. 4. Boosie’s Relationships Boosie remains unfulfilled despite his success, however. Recently he was victimized by an experienced thief who stole nearly $469,000 from his bank account and left the rapper fuming over its inaccessibility despite all attempts from Capital One Bank to retrieve it. Boosie took to social media in his attempts at recovering it all but found no support there either. Torrence Hatch, better known by his stage name Lil Boosie, was born into one of Baton Rouge's poorest neighborhoods. At fourteen, he began rapping professionally and quickly became a local hero - performing with such notable artists as UGK's Pimp C and Webbie. Later on, in 2001 - after joining Trill Entertainment founded by Pimp C's death - Boosie released his debut mixtape Boosie 2002 (Advance). Boosie released from prison in 2014 and quickly launched several successful albums and signed acting roles, in addition to starting his clothing line and clothing boutique. In 2019, however, Boosie announced his intention of retiring from music altogether; subsequently changing his mind and back recording new material. Boosie recently discussed his family life during an interview. He noted that he has eight children from six women. Additionally, the rapper expressed that marriage wasn't his thing due to fears over losing half his wealth in case of divorce. Boosie has also been accused of making homophobic statements in an Instagram video from 2015 that later got deleted, as well as legal issues with multiple individuals. At present, Boosie is in a relationship with Rajel Nelson - an Instagram influencer with more than 150,000 followers who often posts about fashion and modeling on her feeds. Additionally, she's an actress, having appeared in some of Boosie's music videos; additionally she boasts over 16,000 fans on TikTok!