Boosie Badazz Boycotting Black Beach 2018, Due To Last Year Altercation w/ Mall Security And Biloxi PD

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IF YOU DONT STAND FOR NOTHING U WILL FALL FOR ANYTHING 💪🏿 #familyfirst💯

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Last year Rapper Boosie Badazz was pepper sprayed at the Edgewater Mall in Biloxi, Mississippi by a loss prevention officer, Boosie than took to social media to tell his side of the story.  His side of the story claims that the Biloxi police stole a ‘million’ in jewelry from his vehicle.

According to TMZ Boosie was pulled over following the mall incident and confiscated $1 million in jewelry from him while some of his group members were arrested. Three of the gentlemen that police said were associates of Boosie, were arrested on charges of assault on a police officer, a felony, and assault on a security officer. Ivy Givens, 19, of Baton Rouge; Sedale Coleman, 32, of Tucker, Georgia; Patrick Tolbert, 26, of Mobile at the time. A juvenile was arrested on the same charges, while a second juvenile was charged with assault on the guard.

“The security came up to me and said, ‘Boy, get out of my damn mall, boy,’ and I said, ‘Oh, he’s racist, we got to go,” Boosie said in the social media video post.

Boosie also claims that his pregnant niece was among those pepper-sprayed at the mall.

In a second video post, Boosie claims a sack holding “more than a million dollars in jewelry” was taken by Biloxi police when his van was stopped after the incident at the mall.

“Now these cops are trying to steal a million dollars’ worth of jewelry,” he said in the post. “But I’m going to fight for mine — it’s own.”

This year Boosie has decided to boycott this year’s festivities at Black Beach in Biloxi, Mississippi. Due to him being robbed and mistreated by local police last year.

“IF YOU DONT STAND FOR NOTHING U WILL FALL FOR ANYTHING” 💪🏿 #familyfirst💯

 

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