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Boosie Badazz is still locked up after 2 judges rejected a prosecutor’s request to keep him behind bars.

On Thursday, a second judge upheld the bond order by the first judge. Boosie said he paid the full $50,000 cash bond but he is still in a San Diego jail.

The 40-year-old “Wipe Me Down” rapper believes the prosecutor has a personal vendetta against him. Boosie is being held in jail on multiple gun charges.

The Baton Rouge rapper called on his fans to pray and protest outside a San Diego courthouse on Wednesday.

“I need all prayer warriors across the world to pray this Southern District of California [to] remove Mr. Wheat and this prosecution off my case,” he wrote. “Even my attorneys have never seen nothing like this in their career. Help me fight this injustice and say a prayer for my freedom tomorrow.”

Only one fan showed up outside the courthouse on Wednesday. The lone fan held a sign that read: “Free Torrence Ivy Hatch aka Boosie Badazz.”

Boosie tweeted photos of his only fan. He captioned the post: “God can’t fail!!!”

Boosie was pulled over in a black Mercedes SUV on May 6 after law enforcement officers observed a Glock handgun in his waistband in an Instagram Live video.

San Diego officers found a loaded handgun matching the one seen in the video.

A San Diego County judge dropped the gun charge on June 14. However, the feds arrested Boosie when he left the courthouse.

At a bond hearing on Tuesday, the judge was not persuaded when the prosecutor played a Math Hoffa podcast video in which Boosie explained that a younger clique member takes ownership of any guns found in his possession.

Watch the video below.