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If you're a fan of hip hop, you probably know Lil Boosie. He's a controversial rapper who has made a name for himself with his often polarizing comments. Whether it be his anti-trans rant about Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union's then-12-year-old daughter, Zaya, saying he'd solicit prostitutes for his 12 and 13-year-old relatives or threatening Lil Nas X, Boosie has always had a lot to say about a wide range of topics.
In an interview with Vlad TV on Monday (February 20), Boosie Badazz announced that he had pulled the plug on his joint album with Tip after he called him a “rat.” The Baton Rouge rapper also took aim at Gunna, who was recently released from prison following an Alford plea in the YSL RICO case.
It's a shame that Boosie had to pull the plug on his album, but it's no surprise that he felt that way. The album was supposed to be his first solo project in almost five years.
It’s a very brave move on Boosie’s part to release a new solo album after being out of the game for such a long time. The record features some of the heaviest, most emotionally complex tracks Boosie has ever recorded. His return to rap is marked by a soulful, empathetic mixtape that traces his journey back to a freer place and explains the sexy, hedonistic impulses that he has had to suppress over the course of his life. In Touchdown 2 Cause Hell, he navigates all of these emotions with greater nuance and vigor than on any other project in his storied career.