Boosie Badazz Complains About Rick Ross Being Denied Bail When Charleston Church Shooter Was Given Bond (POLL)

(AllHipHop News) News recently broke that Rick Ross will have to remain behind bars in Fayette County, Georgia until his next court date on July 1. Fellow southern rapper Boosie took issue with the fact the MMG boss was denied bail, but a judge gave the suspect in the deadly Charleston Church Shooting a bond.

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Boosie posted a picture of Ross on his Instagram page with the following caption:

Free Rozay denied my boy bail but this p*ssy motherf*cker killed 9 people & u give him a [bond], shows what this world thinks of us successful black men they did me the same thing denied me bail on he say she say I HATE YOU B*TCHES WITH A PASSION

After Dylann Roof confessed to killing 9 people at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Charleston County Magistrate James Gosnell Jr. gave the 21-year-old white supremacist a $1 million bond for possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime. It has been reported only a Circuit Court Judge can set bond for murder charges. Roof remains in jail.

NBC News is also reporting Gosnell was reprimanded by the South Carolina Supreme Court in 2005 for using a racial slur in court. The judge apparently told a Black defendant in 2003, “There are four kinds of people in this world: black people, white people, rednecks, and n*ggers.”

Ross and his bodyguard Nadrian James are accused of holding Jonathan Zamudio against his will at gunpoint. Zamudio is said to have suffered injuries to his neck, jaw, and mouth from being physically assaulted and pistol whipped. The “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)” rhymer was arrested in the same jurisdiction earlier this month for a misdemeanor drug charge.

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