News: Now A Free Man, Young Buck Rallies Behind Jailed Rap Star
Saturday, Oct 5, 2013 9:31PM
Former G-Unit member Young Buck is breathing the air of a recently released convict and is now showing support for a fellow hip-hop artist stuck behind bars.
Buck Marley hopped onto his Twitter page this weekend to speak up for fellow Southern rapper Lil Boosie.
"Don't let life discourage you; everyone who got where he is had to begin where he was.," Buck tweeted October 5.
"Hood Morning World!!!! By The Way Free My Nigga @BOOSIEOFFICIAL !!!" (Young Buck's Twitter)
Recently, Boosie's attorney claimed new music from the rapper was on deck along with a pending release date.
Lil Boosie, the Baton Rogue rapper who is currently incarcerated on drug charges, may be seeing the light of day soon. Journalist Jeff Weiss, who covered Boosie's trial for Rolling Stone, spoke to the rapper's attorneys who shared with him information regarding his release and new music. According to Weiss's tweets, the judge agreed to return Boosie's hard drive containing some unreleased tracks. He also says attorneys believe he could be released in the next few months. "Just got word that judges have agreed to give back Boosie's hard drives and computers. It means a whole lot of new Boosie music coming soon." "No official release date yet for Boosie's return. But his attorneys say no more than four to five months from today." (XXL Mag)
Back in March, reports about Boosie Bad Azz graduating from his prison's GED program surfaced.
Legally embattled Baton Rouge rapper Lil Boosie just graduated from his Angola State Prison GED program. It seems that Boosie is making the most of his eight-year sentence behind bars on charges of attempting to smuggle drugs into two different prisons on three separate occasions. Don't forget this music video his daughter made about education. The better news is that it seems Boosie should be up for parole in the near future. According to a recent interview with SPIN, Boosie's counsel estimates his release to come some time between this summer, and at the latest, 2014. (Complex)
In December 2012, Atlanta rapper Trinidad James revealed his interest in working with Boosie once he is released from behind bars.
"Ima spend my whole Def Jam check to do a ep with Boosie when he get out of jail. Can't wait.," James tweeted December 26th. (Trinidad James' Twitter)