Lil Boosie is an American rapper, songwriter, singer,actor, record producer, and executive from Louisiana. By the way, how much is Lil Boosie’s net worth? Let us discuss that information here.
Lil Boosie’s Net Worth
Few months ago, he went to prison, only a $4-$5 million net worth became of Lil Boosie. Thus, when they went to prison, his net worth was increased up to. Finally, when they got out of jail, his net worth was roundabout $8 million. That was a net worth of Boosie in 2017 and of course his net worth has become $80 lac. It means $8,000,000 or more in 2020.
In 2021, at that stage, the monthly income of Lil Boosie became roundabout 1Million or more. Lil Boosie has got $20 up to $30K annually from sponsorships and endorsements. They kept a merchandise line named “Jewel House”, and also they kept a brand of vodka called “Boosie Juice”, and headphones called “Badazz audio”.
Beginning of Career
Lil Boosie started his career in 1996 when he was 14 years old. At that time he was always surrounded by close friends and cousins. For joining the musical industry, he talks with the Young Dee. For your information, Young Dee was the youngest Cousin of Lil Boosie. They kept meeting with the main person, the musical industry C-Loc. Need to know that C-Loc is an extremely brilliant man. They were given a training of the musical on the professional level. Their name is included in the list of the great rappers in Baton rouge. Aside from that, in 1996, they joined the group of Concentration Camp in baton rouge.
Just 14 years old Lil Boosie was made a great member of the group. In the group involved, in which J-Von, Lee Tyme, Lucky Knuckles, Happy Perez, Max Minell, young Bleed, Boo, and C-loc. For note: Young Bleed was on the top position in the camp group. Thus, when he went, then Lil Boosie reached on the position of the young bleed and managed to the group.
Lil Boosie’s Career
As we explained about, after Lil Boosie turned to rap, Young Bleed introduced him to rapper C-Loc. He took Lil Boosie under him and mentored him. Lil Boosie joined the ‘Concentration Camp’ group in 1996, at the age of 14. He was the youngest member of that group. Besides Young Bleed and C-Loc, the group consisted of six other members. After joining the group, in 2000, Lil Boosie debuted on C-Loc’s fifth album, ‘It’s A Gamble’ and contributed to Concentration Camp’s third studio album ‘Camp III: Thug Brothas’ in the same year.
Later, in 2007, Lil Boosie released ‘Bad Azz Mixtapes Vol. 2’ with Webbie. He released ‘Da Beginning Mixtape’, and his mixtape in 2008, ‘4th Of July Bash’. In 2009, Lil Boosie released his second major album ‘Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz’. Then, in 2010, while he was in prison for drug possession, ‘Unbreakable,’ as a Compilation CD with C-Loc was released.
Since July 2017, Lil Boosie has been trying his hand at several serious acting. He has landed a role in the indie boxing film, ‘Glass Jaw’. Boosie plays the role of a street-savvy underground fight club operator. Apparently, he already has some acting experience because he had starred in several films earlier, like ‘Gangsta Musik’, and ‘Last Dayz and Ghetto Stories: The Movie’, where Boosie played a small-time drug dealer.
Here are several of the best highlights of Lil Boosie’s career:
- Wipe Me Down (Song, 2006)
- Betrayed (Song, 2010)
- BooPac (Album, 2017)
Once Upon a Time In Prison 2009
In the middle of 2009, Lil Boosie was sent to prison in the case of drug smuggling and gunpoint charges for the four years that was a really bad time for Lil Boosie. However, that time passed in enjoyment by writing the nice song in the prison.
In 2010, he was becoming a big murderer. He wants to kill Marlo mike with the help of any person. Hence, he was sentenced to eight years in prison. Due to a good manner, they left them from a prison after 5 years in 2014. He spent five years in prison. In 2013, Lil Boosie got the GED during prison. For your information, GED stands for General Education Development. It means that he gets graduation from high school at the international level.
Lil Boosie’s Early Life
Based on the research, Torrence Hatch or well known as Lil Boosie was born on the 14th of November, 1982, in Southside Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His father was a really drug addict and struggled with addiction until he died in 1997. While his mother was a schoolteacher. He has 7 siblings. His parents nicknamed him Boosie, and later he was called Lil Boosie. In fact, he was a good basketball player. His mother hoped that his good sportsmanship could help him get into a good college.
In February 2020, Lil Boosie was criticized for comments he created towards Zaya Wade, 12-year-old daughter of American basketball player Dwyane Wade, who had recently come out as transgender, with the support of her parents. In the same video, Lil Boosie went on to complain that the children had too much power, and about corporal punishment being illegal.
Also in February 2020, just some days after the incident involving Zaya Wade, Lil Boosie was asked by the staff to leave Planet Fitness in Georgia. He alleged the gym’s manager was hostile towards him for his comments towards Wade, however a spokesperson for the company denied Lil Boosie’s claim that a personal grudge was the reason for his being asked to leave.
In May 2020, Lil Boosie came under fire for a now-deleted video he had uploaded to Instagram. Previously in 2017, in a birthday post aimed at his soon-to-be 14-year-old son, Lil Boosie bragged that he had secured his son to do fellatio on him for his birthday though he later claimed he had been joking, after public backlash happened.