(AllHipHop News) when he slammed them for taking $1 million in accessories following a search of his van on Sunday (April 9).
Boosie explained his vehicle had been pulled over as he and his pals tried to leave Edgewater Mall after clashing with security officials in what he claimed was a racially-motivated incident, and five members of his entourage were subsequently arrested for assault.
The MC, formerly known as Lil Boosie, was not directly involved in the bust-up, but he claims the gold jewelry taken from the van belonged to him and he vowed to “fight” for its return.
Police chiefs initially denied Boosie’s allegations, but now the Biloxi department’s Public Affairs Manager Vincent Creel tells TMZ.com the jewelry has been found, admitting it was actually impounded, along with a stolen gun and the van itself.
Creel maintains Boosie and his crew were given instructions on how to get their valuables back, but they failed to follow through.
The gold jewelry was stashed in a suitcase along with the gun, which has yet to be claimed.
Boosie, real name Torrence Hatch, isn’t buying the cops’ explanation and in a new Instagram video, he questions why the jewellery only turned up after he made a fuss in public.
“I told you these mfs (motherf##kers) r (sic) thieves, racist etc. all of sudden it’s found smh (shaking my head),” he captioned the new post, adding, “I’ll see y’all n court (sic).”