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Lil Nas X's biological father checked rapper Boosie Badazz for disrespecting his son in a expletive-filled post on Twitter.

In the now-deleted tweet on October 23, Boosie wrote in all caps:

"STOP TROLLING ME FA**OT LOL !! U A WHOLE BITCH PLAYING WITH A GANGSTA SMH U CAN KEEP SUCKING DI*K N GETTING F***ED N YOUR ASS N PEACE N #uhateyourself I WOULD TOO IF I WAS YOU LOL NASx IF YOU #commitsuicide YOU WOULD DO THIS WORLD A HUGE FAVOR NOBODY WANTS U HERE."

Twitter deleted the post for violating the company's policy on hate speech. However, the Louisiana native was not banned.

Boosie's tantrum came after LNX jokingly told fans on Instagram Live that he was collaborating on a new song with the 38-year-old rapper.

LNX responded to Boosie's tirade by joking:

"I am truly saddened. i have never been so mortified in my life. i can’t believe disney channel has yet to play halloween town this entire october."

But LNX's father, Robert Stafford held no punches in his response to Boosie on his Instagram stories.

Stafford, who wasn't around for much of his son's childhood, told Boosie, "Sit your old man looking ass down."

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Rapper Boosie Badazz is convinced that NBA star Russell Westbrook wants to stroll out of the closet any day now.

In a recent interview with DJ Vlad, Boosie said his OG uncle told him that men who wear feminine attire secretly desire to be women.

Russell, 32, is known to wear dresses and skirts on occasion. However, he presents as a heterosexual male who is secure in his manhood.

Boosie said he believes men like Westbrook (pictured below) use their popularity to live out their secret fantasies to be women.

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In previous statements, Boosie has claimed he feels the need for him and other fathers to protect their sons.

"I don't know why a man would want to put on a dress and paint his toes," said the 38-year-old rapper.

Boosie added:

"I was raised by old gangstas. If you put on a dress you a b**ch... Times have changed now, Vlad, but back in the day, if you put on a skirt you is a f****** h*e."

Boosie, who was born Torrence Hatch, lost his father to gun violence when he was a child.

The prolific breeder has eight child by multiple women. His youngest child is 5.

Boosie is ranked No. 10 on Sandrarose.com's list of Prolific Breeders in Hip-Hop.

Russell and his wife, Nina Earl, have three children, a son and twin girls.
 

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Boosie Badazz had a predictable reaction to Lil Nas X's pregnancy photos in PEOPLE magazine.

The "Old Town Road" rapper strapped on a prosthetic belly to symbolize the birth of his "baby" on Sept. 17.

Boosie didn't hold back in his response to the 22-year-old:

"NAS X WTF U JUST DONT STOP. I THINK HES GOING TO TURN AROUND N SUCK ONE OF HIS BACK GROUND DANCERS D-CK ON NATIONAL TV #protectyours #godturninoverinhisgrave."

The 38-year-old Baton Rouge native is virulently anti-LGBT - and LNX is his favorite target.

In July, Boosie called LNX a "fa**ot" and promised to "beat up" the 22-year-old rapper on sight after LNX filmed a nude scene with prison inmates in his "Industry Baby" music video.

Boosie defended his hateful remarks during a sit down with the Breakfast Club.

"I just be feeling like sometimes I gotta speak up because, as far as straight people in the world, you don't have any opinion... If you say anything, 'I'm straight, I like women,' it's vulgar. You can't brag on really smashing or your sexuality anymore."

Boosie also predicted there will be not be any straight Black boys in 10 years.

Twitter users reacted to Boosie's homophobic comments.

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A Louisiana man and two others were shot dead while filming a TikTok milk crate challenge video on social media.

Shooting erupted just after 5:30 p.m. Sunday outside Linwood Public Charter School in Shreveport, Louisiana.

19-year-old Paris King was among the victims killed while filming a milk crate challenge video.

Video footage shows a man attempting to climb a milk crate pyramid just as gunfire breaks out.

"Get my gun, get my gun!" one man shouted. Another man shouted "Where my baby?" It is unclear if the man doing the crate challenge survived the shooting.
 

 
Initial reports were that two people were shot outside the school. First responders found Paris King shot dead in the backseat of a car at the scene.

A police spokesman told NewsWeek that a man tried to drive away after the shooting but stopped when he realized King was shot in the back seat.

The driver of the car, and the other passenger, did not suffer injuries, Newsweek reported.

The milk crate challenge -- part of the "Hood Summer Olympics" series on TikTok -- has spawned thousands of videos on TikTok. Multiple serious injuries have been reported.

Rapper Boosie Badazz challenged fellow rapper YK Osiris to attempt the milk crate challenge for $3,000 on TikTok.

The challenge didn't end well for Osiris.
 

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Lil Nas X refuses to talk about homophobia in rap, because he's getting death threats and he fears for his life.

The openly ghey country trap star has already irked fellow rappers with his flamboyant "Industry Baby" and "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" music videos.

In the "Industry Baby" music video, LNX danced naked in a prison shower with other nude inmates. That scene in particular didn't go over very well with super straight rappers such as DaBaby and Boosie Badazz.

LNX also stirred up controversy at the recent BET Awards by French kissing a male dancer onstage.

LGBT+ groups praised LNX and asked him to do more to decrease LGBT+ stigma by discussing homophobia in hip-hop.

However, the "Old Town Road," star tells Variety.com he's not willing to go that far after receiving threats.

"The honest truth is, I don't want to speak on a lot of the homophobia within rap because I feel like this is a very dangerous playing field... It's more for my own safety rather than anything else."

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LNX reveals that after the "Montero" video was released, in which he gives Satan a lap dance, someone chased his car, yelling abuse at him.

LNX didn't reveal the names of rappers who recently threatened him with bodily harm.

"That's when I actually started getting security," he said.

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Rapper Boosie Badazz (pictured) recently went on a homophobic rant against LNX after fellow rapper DaBaby was canceled.

"If I was DaBaby, I'll tell them f**k y'all," said Boosie in defense of DaBaby on Instagram Live.

"Lil Nas, they want to perform naked for charity... That's the most disrespectful [expletive] in the world.... They got kids who watch that sh*t," he said, before urging LNX to give head on IG.

Boosie called LNX a "fa**ot" and said he would "beat up" the 22-year-old rapper on sight.

After Boosie's rant, Instagram deleted his account for the 4th time this year.

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Rapper Boosie Badazz lashed out at people trying to force "ghey stuff" on the kids in a new Instagram video.

Boosie was banned from Instagram last week for sharing a photo of a nude woman on a piano. But he created a new login.

In a new video he defended fellow rapper DaBaby who posted a formal apology on Instagram on Monday after he was booted from three more music festivals.

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DaBaby's publicist wrote the formal apology after the rapper went on an unhinged anti-HIV, anti-LGBT+ rant at Rolling Loud festival in Miami.

DaBaby has since lost lucrative sponsorships and gigs at Lollapalooza, the Governors Ball and Day N Vegas festivals.

READ ALSO: Rapper Boosie takes first steps after surviving drive-by shooting

In a new video on Monday, Boosie lashed out at the cancel culture on social media.

"It's sad how y'all tryna force this gay stuff on the world. It's sad how y'all tryna ban artists. Y'all sad, bro, it's sad, bro. In 10 years, it ain't gonna be normal for a kid to be straight. It's sad, bro. Y'all tryna force it on these kids, bro. Pushing it on the artists, pushing it on all the biggest artists. You know why? Cause' the kids love those artists. You attacking these kids."

He continued: "God doing backflips right now."

In a previous video rant, the 38-year-old Louisiana native shaded Lil Nas X and made vulgar references about his homosexual lifestyle.

LGBT+ activists fear Boosie and DaBaby have sabotaged their efforts to increase LGBT+ visibility in hip-hop and the Black community.
 

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Rapper Boosie Badazz was banned (again) on Instagram for posting a photo of a nude woman. In response, he created a new IG page and attacked country trap rapper Lil Nas X on Instagram Live.

He also defended fellow rapper DaBaby who was canceled after his anti-ghey, anti-HIV rant at Rolling Loud in Miami on Sunday.

Twitter users created memes of DaBaby and Boosie.

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In one meme, DaBaby (left) and Boosie (right) join LNX in an imagined scene from his "Industry Baby" music video.

Boosie, real name Torrence Hatch Jr., was banned on IG this week after posting a photo of a naked woman sitting on a piano.

The 38-year-old Louisiana native shaded Lil Nas X and made vulgar references about his homosexual lifestyle.

He directed his anger toward the head of Instagram, Adam Mosseri, who appeared on The Breakfast Club radio show.

Boosie blamed racism and asked Mosseri why other influencers who post nudity on the platform are not banned.

On his Instagram live, he attacked Lil Nas X and claimed that the photo sharing platform protects LNX who dances naked with men but doesn't get banned.

He also defended fellow rapper DaBaby who angered LGBT+ groups with his anti-ghey rant at Rolling Loud.

"If I was DaBaby, I'll tell them f**k y'all," said Boosie.

"Lil Nas, they want to perform naked for charity... That's the most disrespectful [expletive] in the world.... They got kids who watch that sh*t," he said, before urging LNX to give head on IG.

Boosie called LNX a "fa**ot" and said he would "beat up" the 22-year-old rapper.

The video went viral on Twitter, where LGBT+ users who were busy canceling rapper DaBaby have now focused their energy on canceling Boosie.
 

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Boosie Badazz has something to say about two dozen women who accused Tip "T.I." Harris and his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, of sexual assault.

The Louisiana rapper made the comments in an ongoing interview with DJ Vlad, of Vlad TV.

In a newly released segment, Boosie said he supports his Atlanta pals and he called their accusers liars.

"I feel it's lies. I feel it's lies because if T.I. and Tiny ask somebody to come to them, them b*tches gon' fly in the Rolls Royces. B*tch you gon' fly... We celebrities. Nobody ain't gotta try hard. Nobody gotta drug you b*tch. If anything, you might try to drug me... You ready to put your feet on the carpet of this Rolls Royce b*tch!"

He continued:

"You are able and willing. Ain't nobody drugging nobody. That is bullsh*t. Lies! When people see you down, they kick you... That's just how it is bro. When people see an opening for money? Money is the root of all evil... Sit your b*tch ass down."

Boosie also spoke on the recent theft of his autographed shoes from T.I.'s Trap Museum in Atlanta. The rapper offered $2,000 for the return of the shoes.

Watch the segment below:
 

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Rapper Boosie Badazz may soon find himself in family court again. A middle-aged white woman claims she gave birth to the rapper's 9th child - a girl.

Boosie, who was born Torrence Hatch, already has 8 children by multiple women. His eighth child was born in 2016.

According to multiple reports, the woman made the claims in a new Tiktok video that has since gone viral.

In the video, the woman shared a fan photo she took with Boosie last year. She captioned the image: "To the rapper i hooked up with last summer after the show."

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In another image of her holding a mixed race baby girl, she wrote: "She has your eyes."

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The woman reportedly decided Boosie was the father of her child after DNA tests ruled out other Black men she'd slept with.

She is reportedly seeking child support.

If the woman's claims are true, Boosie moves past rap mogul Dr. Dre on my list of prolific breeders. Dre reportedly fathered 7 or 8 children with multiple women.

Below is a partial list of prolific breeders:

*DMX (15 children by 9 women)
*Ol' Dirty Bastard (13 kids by as many women)
*Shawty Lo (11 children by 10 women)
Peter Gunz (10 kids by at least 4 women)
Chief Keef (9 children by 8 baby mamas)
Master P (9 children by at least 2 women)
*Eazy-E (9 kids by 6 women)
Bizzy Bone (9 kids by 4 women)
NBA YoungBoy (8 children by at least 7 women)
Boozie Badazz (8 kids by at least 5 women)
Nick Cannon (8 children by 4 women)
The-Dream (8 kids by 4 women)
Yung Joc (8 kids by 4 women)
Moneybagg Yo (8 children by 4 women)
Dr. Dre (7 or 8 kids by 5 women)
Fetty Wap 7 kids by 6 women)
T.I. (7 children by three women)
Flavor Flav (7 children by 3 women)
Lil Durk (6 kids by 5 women)
Young Thug (6 kids by 4 women)
Sean Combs (6 kids by 3 women)
Jay Z (5 children by 3 women)
Future Hendrix (at least 5 kids by 5 women)

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Boosie expressed his disapproval of fake body parts in a Twitter post. The rapper revealed he is turned off by fake body parts on women.

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"IM TIRED OF SEEIN THIS PLASTIC SURGERY SMH EVERYBODY BODY PARTS LOOK THE SAME Titties, ass , hips etc. #ladies TRY NOT TO CHANGE YOUR FACES SO MUCH N MEN MOTIVATE YOUR BITCH SO SHE AINT FEELING SHE MISSING ANYTHING #isaidit."

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Twitter users said the rapper is sending mixed signals. One user reminded Boosie that women with fake body parts are in his music videos.

"Lol Boosie you lowkey trip for those fake a** and titties, you use them in your music videos too practice what you preach Brodie."

Another user tweeted: "About time someone said something."

While a female fan proudly exclaimed, "All natural here."

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