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.