Earlier this month, Lil Boosie was released from jail which put an end to the “Free Boosie” phenomenon. Upon his release, a video of his 8-year-old daughter was posted on Instagram which showed her throwing the “n” word around and acting a fool.

How did Lil Boosie feel about his mini-Lil Boosie’s video and language?

In an interview with AllHipHop, Boosie understood how she was feeling:

I was too happy to fuss. You know, after that I told her I didn’t want her saying the word. But, she was one of those that went through ‘your daddy ain’t coming home’, ‘yo daddy this’ in schools and such. So, I think  it was just..when I called her and told her I was coming home, I think it was all the stuff she went through coming out. I didn’t know she had it in her. [Laughs]

I guess one shouldn’t expect any more than that.

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  • Tony

    Who and what is a Lil Boosie?

  • Ashytoclassy

    I think he answered as he should how many kids show off and say things every once in awhile they shouldn’t, you know. Who knows who was holding the camera he has an older daughter Iviona who I’m sure was more than ecstatic enough to shout the same thing to people who persecuted them saying they would never see their beloved dad again. We don’t know lil boosie and I’m sure most of you don’t know what he comes from most of you don’t even understand the praise he received for his relief well to sum it up he speaks for a population of black culture deemed unfit for white society, not only unfit for the society but unwanted and unwelcomed by all. He is a man of respect and I’m sure he doesn’t condone this behavior for his children but I never harshly discipline my daughter and I’m sure he finds it tuff as well. -Just saying

    • solfresh

      “well to sum it up he speaks for a population of black culture deemed unfit for white society, not only unfit for the society but unwanted and unwelcomed by all”

      This is what I try to get people to understand about Boosie when they ask why is he such a big deal. People think it’s a fad or all this love came out of nowhere and I’m just like no, people truly love this man even if they don’t always agree with his ways.

  • liberianwoman

    @Tony, I wondered the same thing.

  • solfresh

    This is only being blown up b/c it’s a celebrity, but there are more children like her talking like that and not being told to not use that word by their parents. I’ve seen children use that word and the b-word. When I lived in the city kids would be on the train cussing up a storm. Not everyone is raised where there is a clear distinction of kid talk and grown up talk. Also, people forget he was facing the death penalty at one point, that’s not light work. Even if you’ve been through the same thing you can’t tell someone how to react to something like that. So it’s very likely that this was her reaction to the kids who might of told her to give up on her father. Who I will blame is whoever was recording her and decided to post it, that should have never happened.

  • Jetty

    Really, she is simply modeling an adults behavior. More importantly, regardless of how we progressive (or bougie or economically empowered etc) folks like to believe that only one style of black culture is acceptable, many more styles exist and really don’t deserve to be shunned. Her father makes very good music around a very touchy subject matter that is the result of a system of subjugation of people that look like him. Within said style of black culture adults frequently use the N word as a term of endearment (more often as a non-qualified noun) thus her use is simply a by-product of her enculturation. Furthermore, his response actually sums it up perfectly for those who can read objectively and outside of their own feelings: He said she went through a lot surrounding his incarceration (ie being ripped from her life for 4 years due to his actions within said system above … [note: plz think about this before you judge his actions that led to his conviction. Bankers don’t get jail time even though places like Detroit only exist in their current state because of the banking/housing market crash but drug dealers/addicts are actively doing 23-hour lock-down sentences as you read this.]) and that it was her way of letting it out.

    She simply told the nay-sayers, “Look, I told you so!”.

    Are you sitting so high that you can’t translate across the multiple dictions used in America?

    • vintage3000

      Ratchet Behavior Enabler Alert

    • vintage3000

      ETA– before anyone else waxes poetic about the overly harsh treatment of the poor drug dealers & addicts, think about who is doing the most IMMEDIATE harm in many of our communities.