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Rapper Boosie Badazz was kicked off of Instagram again after a slap video he shared went viral.

The scene was shot as part of his "Period" music video featuring fellow rapper DaBaby. The drunkard was hired and Boosie paid him more than $500 to take part in the scene. DaBaby contributed a sizable tip.

Still, the slap looked so violent and authentic that Instagram deactivated Boosie's account for violating its policy.

Boosie's IG was previously shut down after he posted videos of scantily clad women twerking.

Boosie lashed out at Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter.com on Sunday.

"@zuck u just a racist," he tweeted.

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Rapper Boosie Badazz took his first baby steps after suffering a gunshot wound to his leg during a drive-by in Dallas, Texas in November.

Boosie was among multiple rappers who were shot during a violent crime wave targeting rappers last year.

The Louisiana native was shot after attending a memorial for his friend and collaborator, Mo3, who was killed on a Dallas freeway in November.

Boosie, who had been in a wheelchair for nearly two months, took to social media on Tuesday to celebrate his ability to walk on his own.

After asking for assistance to stand up, Boosie proceeded to take a few tentative steps. "I think I can take a few steps, man," he said before rising from the wheelchair and pushing his assistant away.

"Look, I got this b*tch. I got this b*tch," he said before stumbling into the camera. "Man, get your handicapped a** back in the chair now," said the cameraman.

"Hey, I just took my first steps!" Boosie shouted. "You saw me do my sh*t, yeah b*tch! Yeah, it's up!"

"I'm out of breath from that little walk... Man, I'm out of shape, man. I'm out of shape, man. Man. That little walk got me tired already."

The rapper, who has a physical therapist, was in danger of losing his leg to amputation just a month ago.
 

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Rapper Boosie Badazz pleaded with fans to donate their spare insulin to control his blood sugar levels. It isn't clear why Boosie relies on his fans to refill his insulin supply.

The 38-year-old rapper posted an Instagram photo of a Lantus insulin multi-dose pen, along with a caption asking fans to contact his manager: "I NEED IF U N ATL dm @nightlyfedtone CASH ON DECK."

Lantus is long-acting insulin typically used to treat type 1 and type 2 diabetics. Insulin is a hormone produced by the body that lowers blood sugar levels. Lantus begins to work about three hours after injection and lasts for 24 hours.

Boosie is at risk of losing his right leg after he was shot by an unknown gunman in Dallas in November. The rapper, whose real name is Torrence Hatch Jr., underwent 3 surgeries to place pins in his leg.

Fans expressed concern for the ailing rapper who is forced to perform in his wheelchair at nightclubs to pay his medical bills.

"His leg ain’t gone heal if y'all don't get this," one fan wrote. Another IG user wrote: "Get at boosie on the quicks y'all ! And y'all have a blessed day."

He is confined to a wheelchair due to diabetic wasting, a disorder that affects the nerves in the legs, hips and buttocks, causing pain and muscle wasting.

In another post on Instagram, Boosie shared a video explaining why he wasn't holding a giveaway fans this Christmas.

"I'm giving my love and my gifts to my family... People who hurt when I hurt, people who cry when I cry. People who done suffered with me."

He captioned the video: "#yeahisaidit I WISH A HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL THO."

Millions of diabetics are struggling to refill their insulin due to skyrocketing insulin prices. The feds are cracking down on underground black markets for insulin sales.

One desperate diabetic posted an ad online that reads: "I cannot afford my insulin anymore. I have Lantus pens to trade for Novolog or Humalog vials/pens. Any help is appreciated!"
 


 

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Rapper Boosie Badazz may never walk again, but he was all smiles when Memphis comedian Grovehero stopped by for a visit and compared their disabilities.

Grovehero, whose slogan is “Excuse me sir", stopped by the rapper's mansion to lift his spirits while he recuperates from surgery after being shot in a drive-by in Dallas last month.

Boosie is wheelchair-bound after undergoing three surgeries to stabilize the bone in his right leg.

Grovehero filmed his visit with Boosie, who is seen reclining on a stained mattress with no sheets. He is on a phone call when Grovehero entered his bedroom. Boosie managed to smile though he appeared to be humiliated.

"Chronicles of boosie," the comedian wrote. "I'm the only nigga that can go in the room and cook his ass like this."

Question: Do you think Boosie will ever walk again?

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Boosie Badazz is planning to file a $20 million racial discrimination lawsuit against Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook, which owns Instagram.

The "Wipe Me Down" rapper told Vlad TV that he believes he was banned from Instagram because of his skin color.

He claims the ban led to him losing lucrative business ventures - to the tune of $20 million. "You're f***ing up my income. I have to feed my kids."

Boosie was reportedly banned from the photo sharing app due to repeated violations of Instagram policies.

During his banishment Boosie made a plea to Mark "Zuckinberger" to reinstate his account. He even offered Zuckerberg $100,000 cash to reinstate his page.

Boosie told Vlad TV that he believes the unintentional mispronunciation of Zuckerberg's last name has led the Facebook chairman to hold a grudge against him.

Boosie said Zuckerberg's actions left him no choice but to file suit.

"(Zuckerberg) made some of my business ventures go down, so I'm suing him now. I'm filing a lawsuit against him now," he said. "He stopped me off Instagram and he didn't put me back on Instagram. And that's affecting my business.

Boosie registered another Instagram account -- @BoosienewIG -- but he said Instagram disabled his ability to go live on IG stories. "I can't go live on my new page at all. I can't go live!"

Boosie said other IG influencers have committed "way worser things" without repercussions or ramifications.

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"This is my first time my Instagram ever been taken from me! So you can give other two million people their Instagram back for derogatory things they did and I didn't do nothing but post a girl with an emoji over her? This is discrimination! Something is wrong. Somebody must be mad because I said they name wrong and they trying to chastise me."

The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) is also suing Zuckerberg for discriminating against American IT workers by reserving over 2,600 high-paying jobs for foreign workers holding temporary H1B visas.

The Facebook jobs which offered an average salary of $156,000 were not available to qualified American IT workers.
 

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Rapper Boosie Badazz hosted a Thanksgiving party at a South Carolina nightclub in a wheelchair on Thursday.

Boosie assured friends and fans he's well on the way to recovering from surgeries, but h will need one more surgery.

He hosted a Thanksgiving Bash at the Exquis Event Center in Charleston, South Carolina. Video shot by a club patron shows Boosie's crew wheeling him into the venue.

Boosie is planning to throw another bash to celebrate his birthday at a club in Alabama on Saturday.

The 38-year-old father-of-seven recently shared with fans that he needs a couple hundred thousand dollars to pay a specialist to save his leg from amputation after he was shot in Dallas, Texas earlier this month.

He underwent multiple surgeries, including one to remove bullet fragments and had screws placed to stabilize his bone, according to TMZ.

Another Instagram video shows Boosie's mother massaging his foot to increase circulation. Boosie is a type 1 diabetic who underwent a kidney transplant in 2015. Diabetics tend to heal very slowly due to poor circulation and low tissue perfusion.

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Rapper Boosie Badazz is reportedly consulting with medical specialists who saved Wendy Williams' leg after she reportedly cut her foot and the wound was slow to heal.

Boosie, who was shot by gang members after attending a vigil for rapper Mo3 in Dallas, took to social media on Friday to plead for help raising funds to consult with a specialist.

Boosie, real name Torrence Hatch Jr., told his followers he is "not doing that good," and he doesn't have much time to find a specialist before he loses that leg.

Boosie said he needs a ton of money from his fans to pay for a "specialist doctor" who works on "fixing body parts, that cost hundreds of thousands."

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According to TMZ, Boosie, 38, had two surgeries to place pins in his bone, But type 1 diabetics are slow to heal and the slightest cut can be disastrous.

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Sources say Wendy, 56, had a scare last summer when she cut her foot but she didn't realize it due to lack of sensation in her feet. Doctors allegedly gave her antibiotics to save her leg.

She was pictured leaving an emergency room in Manhattan earlier this year. A source says she carefully examines the soles of her feet daily.

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Wendy has a medical condition called lymphedema that causes poor drainage of the lymphatic system in the affected area. The condition causes swelling, tightness, aching, tingling, and numbness.

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Boosie Badazz updated his fans on his condition after undergoing two surgical procedures to save his leg.

The 38-year-old rapper hopes his social media followers will help him raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to save his leg from amputation.

Boosie, who is a type 1 diabetic, was shot in the lower leg by an unknown gunman in a Dallas parking lot on Nov. 14.

In an Instagram post on Friday, Boosie, real name Torrence Hatch Jr., told his followers he is "not doing that good," and he doesn't have much time to find a specialist before he loses that leg.

Boosie said he needs a ton of money from his fans to pay for a "Specialist doctor" who works on "fixing body parts."

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Sources tell TMZ bullet fragments were removed from his leg wound and surgeons added screws to stabilize the bones while the leg heals.

But type I diabetics are notoriously slow to heal, particularly after suffering a traumatic injury.

Boosie's doctors reportedly gave him medical options including amputation, but he declined, and was discharged home to Atlanta.

Now the "Wipe Me Down" rapper is searching for a specialist to save his leg from amputation.
 

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Surgeons have saved rapper Boosie Badazz's foot from amputation after the Louisiana rapper was shot in the leg in a Dallas, Texas parking lot on Nov. 14.

The rap star is already back home in the Atlanta area recovering after multiple surgeries to save his foot.

Sources tell TMZ bullet fragments were removed and surgeons added screws to stabilize the bones while the leg heals.

The 38 year old and his entourage were fired upon in the parking lot of Big T's Plaza shopping mall, after paying his respects to his artist, the late rapper Mo3, who was shot and killed on a Dallas freeway days before.

Boosie was sitting in a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van before the shooting at the mall and, after shooters opened fire on the vehicle, the musician was struck below the knee.

His manager denied reports that surgeons were prepping to take the "Wipe Me Down" rapper's foot.

So far, no suspects have been arrested in the case.

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Boosie Badazz's manager has denied reports that the Louisiana rapper is undergoing surgery to amputate one of his feet after he was shot in the lower leg in Dallas, Texas.

Boosie's manager took to Instagram on Thursday to deny reports by posting a screenshot of a blog headline with the words: "Fake News"

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A gunshot wound to the leg usually doesn't require a week in the hospital -- unless there are serious complications such as blood clots, pulmonary emboli, or diminished tissue perfusion causing tissue death.

Boosie, 38, has a history of type 1 diabetes which requires daily insulin injections to maintain normal blood sugar levels.

People who are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes are at higher risk for amputation because of a condition called peripheral artery disease, which narrows the arteries and lowers oxygenated blood perfusion to the arms and legs.

Another complication of a gunshot wound to the leg is pulmonary emboli caused by fragmented bone in the leg traveling through the veins to the lungs. A pulmonary embolism is potentially fatal.

Earlier this week Boosie posted an update to his Instagram assuring fans that he was well.

"I'm good. Appreciate all the happy birthday wishes and get well soon wishes."
 

 

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