T.I. wants Instagram to stop “bullying” Boosie after this page was taken down once again.
T.I. took to his Instagram account to share his opinion on Boosie getting banned on the platform once again.
On Tuesday, September 28, Boosie shared on his Twitter account that his Instagram page was suspended yet again. “IG was taken for nothing again,” so the “Wipe Me Down” rapper tweeted. “They must have found out I have a film that I’m promoting. Please continue to buy my film despite this move to stop the success of My Struggle. Y’all all I got against these powerful people.”
T.I. apparently caught wind of Boosie’s post which prompted him to call out Instagram. “But why Dey keep f**kin wit woe?,” the Atlanta icon questioned in the Wednesday post. “Can’t they see The culture has spoken & has appointed him as our Official Representative of Cultural Authenticity??? Disrespect to him is disrespect to US!! #FreeDaRep #StopBullyingBoosie.”
Meanwhile, Boosie believed that the new suspension had something to do with him asking Drake to follow his movie. “THEY SAW ME REACH OUT TO DRAKE FOR HELP SMH GO BUY MY MOVIE 3TIMES F**K THESE PEOPLE,” he tweeted.
Prior to this, Boosie shared a message to Champagne Papi in an Instagram video. “Ay Drake, I need you to tell Canada f**k with my biopic,” he said in the clip. “Go f**k with my film. Go on tell the 6 go f**k with my film. [I] know you got power. Help me out, n****a.” On the clip, he penned, “@champagnepapi TELL CANADA CHECK IT OUT!!”
Boosie first got his Instagram removed back in August 2020 as he violated the site’s regulation with post containing nudity. His account was taken down once again after he posted a clip of him slapping a man in the music video for his and DaBaby collaboration, “Period”, though he announced his new account under the handler @HesBackAgain2021 in March.
Later in August, his account was disabled again after he threatened Lil Nas X while defending DaBaby amid backlash over the latter’s homophobic slur at Rolling Loud Festival.
Over the summer, Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri stopped by “The Breakfast Club” to explain why Boosie was banned from the app. “You’ve gotta draw the line somewhere,” he explained. “It’s a nudity policy. We try to be clear. You can appeal, but if you have too many strikes, something will happen.”