It appears Boosie is at odds with social media again after his Instagram account was recently deleted. The Louisiana rapper took to his Twitter to voice his frustration.
Boosie, known for his multiple rants on any topic he feels strongly about, has went on another spill on Twitter after his Instagram got deleted–again.
The “Wipe Me Down” rapper called out Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook and distributor of Instagram.
He tweeted that he believes Instagram deleted his account because “they hate him.”
In July, Boosie was pulled over in Georgia, and the bodycam footage revealed that he was outraged by the traffic stop.
In the video, Boosie yelled out that his arrest was “harassment.”
The outspoken artist posted an image on his tweet, showing the popup box, saying:
“community guidelines” and that he would be locked out of his current Instagram account.
Boosie Trolls Police After Arrest
In August, Boosie was pulled over by police.
As they were searching his car, he performed his 2006 hit “Set It Off” while on the highway
In the video, Boosie said:
“They pulled me over again, so I’m going to perform in front of the police.”
Boosie did not get charged after the stop.