Boosie Badazz was offered a $3,500 get-out-of-jail card.
As reported yesterday, Boosie Badazz was arrested in Newnan, Georgia after patrolmen noticed his Dodge Charger swerving dangerously out of control. Officers waived the vehicle to pull over, at which point a passenger later revealed to be Boosie's own bodyguard, made a last-ditch effort to conceal the contraband items. After running a search on the vehicle, officers were able to recover a gun and over $20,000 in liquid assets. The spot-check is said to have gone off without a hitch.
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It's now been revealed that upon his booking in the Coweta Magistrate Court, Boosie was bestowed a $3,500 bond, which he reportedly produced without much difficulty. By law, the payment of the bond cannot be deduced from assets seized at the scene of a crime (pending investigation).
Sheriff Lenn Wood call their actions "nonserious" when asked to describe the ordeal by a WSB-TV field reporter. "He had called for backup," Wood said of his partner. "... because he was already suspicious when they didn't pull over a couple of places they had a chance to." Even the clerk at the Coweta Magistrate Court failed to qualify the arrest as nothing more than a "misunderstanding."
In other news, Boosie was unhappy with fans over the lowly returns on his Badazz 3.5 project, believed to be within the range of 250-350 copies sold. Last week's release marked a reunion of sorts for Boosie's and his Trill Ent riding partner Webbie.