Charleston White Challenges Boosie Badazz & Bandman Kevo To A $100K Boxing Match

Charleston White wants to see Anthony Dewberry go against Boosie Badazz & Bandman Kevo in the boxing ring.

BYAron A.
Charleston White Challenges Boosie Badazz & Bandman Kevo To A $100K Boxing Match

Celebrity boxing matches have seen a resurgence in popularity with the rise of influencers. Though we’ve yet to see Akademiks and Freddie Gibbs duke it out, there are a plethora of hip-hop artists who’ve either been challenged to step into the ring. Blueface and DDG are among the few who’ve entered the ring in the past. However, Charleston White wants to see Boosie Badazz and Bandman Kevo duke it out against his associate Anthony Dewberry over apparent comments made by the “Uber” rapper in the past.

White hit socials with a new video this weekend where he chops it up with Dewberry, who asked Charleston to line up the fight. During the conversation, Charleston alleged that Kevo accused Dewberry of “f*cking with boys” in prison and getting sexually assaulted. “Tell him that he got an opportunity to say that in front of me along with putting in some work. Let’s put the work in now. I don’t mind putting the work in,” Dewberry told White over FaceTime.

Charleston White Wants To Set Up Fight 

As is the case with most boxing matches, people want to place bets. Charleston White said that he’d put up six figures on Dewberry. Charleston evidently has high hope for his associate, especially since he invited Kevo to tag team Boosie Badazz. “I got a $100,000 on Dewberry. Tell that bitch ass n***a don’t back out now,” White said. “He on here talking tough. Tell that bitchass n***a, Bandman Kevo, go get Boosie, whoever, let’s have a fight night, n***a.”

At this point, Boosie nor Kevo have responded to Charleston White’s proposal. However, this certainly isn’t the first time the controversial personality invoked the Baton Rouge rapper’s name. Earlier this year, Boosie’s son, Tootie, called out Charleston in a voice message via Instagram, leading the Dallas native to unleash on his father. “I hope your daddy die, n***a, from that diabetes, I hope China don’t send the insulin over here one month,” he said. “I hope your daddy die, n***a. His organs weaker than mine with that diabetes.” We’ll keep you posted on any responses from Boosie or Kevo. 

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