Boosie ACES G.E.D.

Boosie got his GED back Tuesday and Aced it!   He is doing the best he can for himself and his fans while doing his time.  Everyone should be very proud of him and sport his shirt in honor of him.   Fans that have been showing love everyday.   Boosie loves you and will be seeing all of your pictures when you wear his justice shirt.  He had formally announced that the boosiejustice shirt will be your entry into his first concert when he is home.   You can get a shirt at would like to give a special shout out and thanks to Young Jeezy and Yo Gotti for their contributions towards Boosie’s defense fund.  Showing what love and having someone’s back is all about.  Mr. Gotti got the pleasure of spending the day in Baton Rouge with boosie’s children on Sunday. Full time comedy action!

WBRZ Baton Rouge totally innaccurate about Lil Boosie

The news organizations in Baton Rouge continue to paint Lil Boosie in the worst way possible.

WBRZ ABC News in Baton Rouge, reported by Stephanie Ryan, says an 8th grade juvenile that got caught with a handgun is Lil Boosie’s cousin.

Connie Hatch, Lil Boosie’s mom, says “We don’t have a family member that goes to Westdale Middle School”.

WBRZ’s Sylvia Weatherspoon follows with “…Lil Boosie is serving time for murder and drugs.”


Reporting of Lil Boosie in Baton Rouge is absolutely disgusting! What happened to innocent until proven guilty Ms Weatherspoon? What family member confirmed that this juvenile was Lil Boosie’s cousin Ms Ryan?

Boosie hasn’t had his day in court for a murder charge that has no evidence. The juvenile that carried a gun into Westdale is not related to Lil Boosie. This case just shouldn’t be heard in Baton Rouge Louisiana.

Boosiejustice respectfully asks that this careless reporting stop.  WBRZ should remove this story and apologize for the inaccuracies.

The full inaccurate story can be viewed here

PLEASE write or email them and ask them to remove this story and apologize to Lil Boosie and his family.

News Desk 225.336.2344 email them at



ATLANTA, GA (MMD Newswire) – - In a recent episode of A&E’s Beyond Scared straight a boy named Alex angered the people that were trying to motivate him when he made the comment that he wanted to turn out like his role model Lil Boosie. Boosie learned of this while in prison and decided to take action. In this video you will see Boosie’s first cousin and fellow performer Donkey read the letter that Boosie wrote to Alex and other fans that see him as a role model. Donkey then goes on to speak to Alex about his goals and his future:

This link takes you to the scanned original letter from Boosie:

Update: As of September 13, 2011- Alex’s mother said that since her son spoke to Donkey she has noticed positive changes in Alex. He is staying out of trouble, which had been a daily occurrence prior to the conversation. She also noted that his overall demeanor is more positive and goal oriented. This initiative and intervention is part of U Hatin? University’s Truth Campaign where rap artists explain the difference between the messages in their music and the messages that these recording artists give their own kids and other children. The Chairman of the Campaign Lance Silver explained, “When music is created it is designed to entertain and to sell and the artist themselves never really intend on people taking it (the lyrics or stories) literally. The U Hatin?® Campaign’s goal is for more role models like Boosie to take the time to personally reach out to kids who might emulate and admire these rappers and their lyrics and to use their influence to change their destiny for the better!”

The University plans to continue working with Alex on a daily/weekly basis as needed. Alex is expected to become a future leader in the organization and help other kids, like him self, develop a positive focus in life.

Lil Boosie’s Attorney will speak to press SOON.

Update 9/10/11 – press conference rescheduled

The Regan law firm joined Lil Boosie’s defense team two months ago adding to Jason Williams team to defend Torence Hatch. Martin Regan will hold a press conference to address the unjust murder charge facing Lil Boosie. The meeting will be held at the courthouse in Baton Rouge around 1PM CST.

The total injustice surrounding this case will start to unfold. Torence Hatch appreciates all of his supporters who have stood by him and his innocence. Stay informed at @boosiejustice on twitter.

Boosie writes wayward fan from prison

Torence Hatch aka Lil Boosie responds to a fan being locked up. The video, shown on Worldstar Hip Hop.

Lil Boosie’s letter to “Alex” and others…

Boosie writes Alex and other misguided fans

" can be better than me!"

Torence Hatch is locked up in Angola Louisiana State Prison. He has served his two year sentence for a third offense marijuana possession charge and a felony possession of a firearm with marijuana for which he plead guilty. Lil Boosie is also indicted on a 1st degree murder charge. He is falsely accused, by the admitted killer and an angry Baton Rouge District Attorney, of paying somebody to pay somebody to pay the killer. is raising awareness to this injustice in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Selling tee shirts, hoodies and music at in hopes to raise half of the estimated $250,000 attorney’s fees to defend Torence Hatch / Lil Boosie.

Lil Boosie Speaks From Behind Bars [XXcLusive]

Lil Boosie spoke to XXL exclusively from inside the walls of the notorious Angola prison in Louisiana.

Fighting a charge of murder in the first degree and a possibility of facing the death penalty, Boosie voiced his frustrations about being locked up.

“Some days I’m maintaining, but I’m missing my family and the life I had out there,” Boosie told XXL. “My first seven months I was in population, but since June I’ve been on 23-hour lockdown.”

“They said they’re trying to protect me because of who I am,” he continued. “They got people get stabbed here, killed here. Pretty rough people here. A lot of rats here, snitches.”

Making matters tougher, the imprisoned rapper is being linked to five murders by East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore.

“[I'm here] ’cause of the songs I made, before I was indicted, about the police in Baton Rouge and what’s going on here,” he said. “There’s a lot with our record label, that the system don’t like… They took my hard drive out of my house after I got arrested. I have albums for days in there. They still haven’t returned it. They’ve had it for damn near a year now. I need that music.”

The rapper behind the 2007 hit  “Wipe Me Down” is keeping hope that he could taste freedom soon. And if he’s able to, he plans on changing his life.

“I’m leaving Louisiana the first day I get out of prison,” Boosie said. “I’m a major target down here. I’ll thank God for everything and get back to the money.” —Ben Westhoff

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DJ Drama interviews Lil Boosie’s mother and oldest daughter Ivy on Atlanta’s Hot 107.9

DJ Drama interviews Lil Boosie’s mother and oldest daughter on Atlanta’s Hot 107.9 in reference to Lil Boosie’s indictment for 1st degree murder. The District Attorney has mounted a personal vendetta on Lil Boosie. Using the media and the death penalty to sway public opinion and obtain a conservative jury in this case. Lil Boosie maintains his innocence