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  /  12.03.2020


Last month, when Boosie Badazz went to Dallas to pay respects to his late friend and collaborator Mo3, he became the victim of a shooting that he fortunately survived. The Baton Rouge emcee was reportedly shot in the leg on his 38th birthday while in the parking lot of a Big T Plaza, and brought to a hospital where he was treated for gunshot wounds. Rumors regarding the severity of Boosie’s injuries circulated the web, leading many to believe his leg might be amputated.

In truth, Boosie underwent multiple surgeries, including the procedure to remove the bullet fragments from his foot and put in the screws that would help to speed up the recovery process. His manager stepped in to refute the social media claims, and when the rapper was released from the hospital, he confirmed he still had his leg. Now, he’s revealing his graphic gunshot wounds and recounting his experience in a new song.

On Thursday (Dec. 3), director Chuck Star took to Instagram to post a teaser for Boosie’s new video “Lost For Words.” In the clip, stitches and staples can be seen running from Boosie’s thigh down to his knee amid flashes of him during his time in the hospital. Toward the end of the video, he is recovering at home among his friends and family.

The full video, according to Star’s caption, is exclusively available on Boosie’s OnlyFans page. “Go to @boosienewig and subscribe to his onlyfans to see his recover,” he wrote. “It’s only one boosie ig page. Make sure u following the right one.”

Since being discharged from the hospital, the “Wipe Me Down” hitmaker has often taken to social media to update fans on his recovery. One time, he revealed that Webbie paid him a visit. In another occasion, he seemed to have resumed his regular duties as he hosted and attended a Thanksgiving Bash in Charleston, North Carolina in his wheelchair. With Star’s recent post, it seems the Louisiana rapper has been working on some music as well.

Look below to see Boosie’s gruesome gunshot injuries.

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