Boosie Badazz Explains Having No Regrets Over Dissing Deceased Rapper Nussie On "Get Ya Mind Right"

The Baton Rouge native is still taking shots at a rival, eight years after his death.

(AllHipHop News) Boosie Badazz has become known for sharing his honest thoughts, regardless of how they may be perceived by the public. The Baton Rouge-bred rhymer faced scorn for his comments about homosexuality and for suggesting he planned to gift his underage son with fellatio from a woman.

Recently, Boosie caught more backlash for disrespecting deceased rapper Nussie on the track "Get Ya Mind Right." The BooPac project creator explained to XXL why he had no problem referring to the late B.R. native as a "p-ssy" in his rap.

He said:

People are talking about why am I dissing a dead rapper but when my boy got killed they dissed him. I didn’t make a big deal out of it. I was just saying how I felt [on “Get Your Mind Right”]. Even though he’s gone, rest in peace, I still felt like he was a p-ssy for what he was doing as far as hating on me and what I had going; people taking it the wrong way. When my boy was killed, he’s the same rapper who made songs about my boy. We didn’t take it any kind of way. I basically said what I said. I don’t regret what I said at all. That’s how I feel and that’s how I feel always. If he was alive or anybody else, I would still say you’re a p-ssy.

Christopher “Nussie’’ Jackson was killed in 2009. Boosie (born Torrence Hatch) was implicated in the murder before the main suspect Michael “Marlo Mike” Louding recanted his statement that Hatch paid for a hit on Nussie.

Louding was sentenced to life without parole for the separate 2009 killing of Terry Boyd. Boosie was acquitted of first-degree murder for his alleged involvement in that case.

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