The NBA canceled the rest of its games for the season.
Broadway is closed.
Major League Soccer, NHL, MLB and the NCAA all on hold.
The Boston Marathon and The Masters Golf Tournament a dub.
Churches, the Met Opera, the New York Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall, SXSW, Coachella, Disney World, Disneyland and any other Disney outdoor event— all are halted because of the COVID-19.
And yet, Boosie Badazz was surprised when he was alerted that his third annual Boosie Bash was postponed due to the prohibitions set up by the state and city authorities as a precaution for the coronavirus.
Boosie had booked big names like DaBaby, Yo Gotti, Juvenile and Lil Baby to rock the mic on stage at the FG Clark Activity Center in Baton Rouge (his hometown) on the mini-festival that was scheduled to start Saturday, March 14th. But due to the coronavirus, it has been pushed back to April 18th.
A statement from a rep from Boosie’s camp said the following:
“As a result of health concerns amid the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, we have been advised to postpone our weekend of events (Friday and Saturday) planned for Boosie Bash 2020. We are diligently working with all parties involved including venues, talent, staffing, etc. to reschedule our events as soon as schedules permit.
Although we are disappointed with having to pause our operations this weekend, the health and well-being of our patrons are our priority. We look forward to bringing you updated information as we receive it.”
That’s what the rep said. This is what Boosie said:
“They just canceled Boosie Bash, bruh. We gonna reschedule it. I don’t know what to do right now. 300 in the hole, ain’t gonna get that back. We gonna reschedule it though or you can get your refund. You want your money back, we gonna get you your money back. You in the city ain’t nobody gonna help you. Black officials ain’t sh*t. Everybody ain’t sh*t. Just f*ck all y’all b*tches. All the public officials. They make me feel sometimes is it worth it coming down and doing this sh*t. 8,000 Black people every motherf*cking year. No fights. Black excellence. Don’t even put it on the news. Other rappers get keys to their city. Pissed right now, so f*ck the news. F*ck you b*tches.”
That was not all the wannabe Kappa said. A little later he went on the gram to say.
“How the f*ck you stop a Boosie Bash but you don’t stop school? You hating ass b*tches. D*ck sucking ass hoes.”
He is set to have another party for those who were amped to hang with the “Wipe Me Down” rapper.