Lil Boosie Wrote 1,018 Songs, A Book And A Movie In Prison

The Baton Rouge rapper details his productive prison sentence during a live press conference.

After serving four years in prison for a drug conviction and probation violation, Lil Boosie is finally home. The Baton Rouge rapper was released last week, to his own surprise, and on Monday (March 10) he made his first public appearance during a live stream Q&A in New Orleans.

After some words from Bun B, Jeezy and his lawyers, Boosie sat down with host Angela Yee to explain what it’s been like getting reacquainted with the world. The 31-year-old said the first thing he did upon release was to pick up his seven children in Baton Rouge, and since then he’s been in the studio working on his next album.

Boosie admitted that he’s had to get used to some new applications, like Instagram and Apple’s FaceTime, which weren’t popular when he was first locked up. He also noted that social media has definitely earned him some new fans, and the excitement for his release was palpable, with one fan even comparing his return to Jesus’ resurrection. He still hasn’t tweeted, officially, but he’s gearing up for it.

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