According to TMZ, concert promoters MN2S Corp. and We Are Live Entertainment filed a $525,000 lawsuit against the Louisiana rapper for allegedly inciting the fight. In the filing, the promoters said they booked Boosie for five performances with the tour for a total of $150,000 — $50,000 of which he allegedly received prior to his first show.
In a series of tweets on Wednesday (Dec. 15), Boosie reacted to the lawsuit and accused TMZ and other news outlets of misreporting the attack.
“FUCK ALL YALL NEGATIVE ASS SITES WHO DONT WANNA POST THE TRUTH,” he tweeted alongside a video.
“[The] SHADE ROOM TRYIN TO BLOCK THE GUN OUT THE PICTURE WITH THEY HASHTAG LOL. WHY YOU DIDN’T POINT TO THE GUN WITH A[N] ARROW LIKE U DID ME MF?” he wrote in another. “… TMZ CAN YALL POST THE VIDEOS N PICTURES OF THE INCIDENT THAT I POSTED ON MY [Instagram] PAGE @Amercasmostwantedig WE WERE ATTACKED WITH GUNS BY STAGE MFS WHO WASN’T SUPPOSE TO HAVE GUNS [in the State Farm] ARENA.”
Upon arriving to the scene, the Atlanta Police Department accused Boosie and his crew of breaking stage equipment. One week later, The “Wipe Me Down” rapper was arrested and charged with criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct, inciting a riot and criminal trespass.
See Boosie’s tweets about the situation below.