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EXCLUSIVE: Lil Boosie Talks His Daughter Using N-Word, Hip Hop Police, Prison Comedy + More (VIDEO)

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(AllHipHop News) Unless you live under a rock (or just been busy) Lil Boosie is free from prison after serving 52 months and he has a lot to say. In part one of our EXCLUSIVE interview with Lil Boosie he discusses how he reprimanded his daughter for using the N-word on Instagram, what he did in prison to keep himself from crying, the hip hop police and much more.

When news came out that Boosie was released last Wednesday (March 5th), millions of people were elated but none more than one of his daughters. In the Instagram video seen ’round the world, Boosie’s daughter was so elated upon  hearing her father was being released she went on a mini rant saying “I told y’all n*ggas.” According to Boosie, while he does not approve of the language, his punishment was light:

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]

On his C-Murder collaborative song, “Came 2 Da Can”, Boosie spoke on friends who were disloyal to him while he was in jail. While Boosie is admittedly more cautious of who he keeps in his circle, he did not let that deter him from developing friendships while incarcerated and explained how they helped him:

You around somebody so much you develop a certain kind of association with somebody. When y’all both exchange stories about pain from y’all families, y’all have a lot in common. You never trust them 100 percent. But, you know, you just..it be somebody who be like, ‘keep your head up, man. Look at how much time I got?’

Check out Lil Boosie talk how he’ll stay off the Hip Hop police’s radar, his potential Justin Beiber collaboration and more below:

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