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Boosie Badazz was a legend on the streets of Baton Rogue and throughout the South long before his mainstream success. Those fans are familiar with his organic rise to fame through street albums, mixtapes, and videos. It’s no surprise that during the Ferguson, Missouri protests there is viral video of protesters using his song “Fu*k the Police” as an anthem to ignite the energy of the protesters. Boosie is a leader of the people like it or not.

And when he stopped by the Breakfast Club Monday (October 17th) he revealed that he has written the script for his biopic. He anticipates to further his authenticity due to the amount of rappers these days who are faking their lifestyle. Boosie came up in a poverty stricken Baton Rogue, lived through legal battles, and most recently cancer which should appeal to people who are not yet his fans.

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Most revealing but not surprising was his take on the rash of police related violence across the country. He plans to release a track titled “The Hate Song” revealing his feelings on the epidemic of police violence. Check the interview below and look out for the track coming soon.