Boosie Badazz Goes Off, Cancels Album With T.I. Amid Snitching Allegations – Watch Interview

Monday, February 20, 2023, 10:41 PM GMT-5

Boosie Badazz and T.I. hinted about working on an album together, but it appears that their plans have been put on hold forever following a recent interview with the self-proclaimed King of the South, T.I. On a 2020 episode of ExperdiTIously, T.I. revealed that he was fighting a court case that also involved his now-deceased cousin, Toot, for them being in possession of an illegal firearm.

However, the matter was ultimately dropped. T.I. explained that his cousin gave him the blessing from beyond the grave to pin all the blame on him if it meant that he would get away scot-free, according to HotNewHipHop.


When Terrence “Gangsta” Williams, Birdman’s brother, acknowledged similarly leaking information about the deceased, Boosie Badazz had powerful emotions. Williams spoke about his personal experience at the time to support T.I., but Boosie believed T.I. would have gone too far if he had actually followed through on snitching on the dead. He then said that he would not play the role of a hypocrite and look past T.I. giving information to law enforcement officers on his deceased cousin and insisted that if T.I. did so, he was a rat.

T.I. released the story in what seemed to be a half-baked plan to get away from accusations that have haunted him since then of him being an informant, but it was a double-edged sword as a lot of people found it shameful and questionable that he would even think to do such an act. The scenario ignited a discussion on whether it should be considered “snitching” or not. Many people like Boozie Badazz thought this was a blatant case of informing to law enforcement, while others like Yung Joc agreed with T.I.’s methods and expressed that it was just an exploitation of a crack in the unwritten laws of the streets.

The Louisiana rapper clarified that he didn’t believe T.I. was telling the truth when he took the stand and spilt the beans about his deceased relative. However, while Boosie questioned the validity of T.I.’s declaration, he believes that T.I. took the stand and told the court everything effortlessly. Despite having doubts about T.I.’s claims, Boosie said that he would no longer publish their collaborative album.

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Boosie angrily questioned T.I.’s motive for releasing a damaging statement such as this when they had an album about to be released. He continued by saying that if he moved forward with the idea, his followers would be disappointed in him, and he obviously did not want that. Although the release date for the joint project looks nonexistent at this point, Boosie did confirm that the 89-track album was finished.

Watch Boosie’s interview below:

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