Lil Boosie Speaks Out On 8 Year Prison Sentence, “I Am Getting Help W/ My Drug Addiction”

Lil Boosie Speaks Out On 8 Year Prison Sentence, “I Am Getting Help W/ My Drug Addiction”

A day after incarcerated rapper Lil Boosie was handed nearly ten years behind bars on drug related charges, he has come forward to speak on his current penal crunch.

Taking responsibility for his actions, Boosie said he is focused on kicking his drug addiction from behind bars.

Now, Boosie’s lawyer tells us … the rapper is happy with the resolution — because Boosie is confident officials will allow him to participate in a drug rehab program so he can beat his addiction to codeine and other drugs. Boosie — who’s also facing 1st degree murder charges in an unrelated case — released a statement to TMZ … saying, “Don’t worry about me I am getting help with my drug addiction and I am accepting full responsibility for the choice I made.” Boosie adds, “I am going to fight the false murder charge till the end. Love you all.” (TMZ)

Yesterday, Boosie was sentenced to an eight-year bid for smuggling drugs into prison.

Baton Rouge rapper Lil Boosie arrived at district court Tuesday morning for a pre-trial motion and ended up pleading guilty to drug charges. Lil Boosie, whose real name is Torrence Hatch, pleaded guilty to three counts of conspiring to bring drugs into a penal institution. Judge Mike Erwin sentenced him to eight years in prison. Investigators said he tried to smuggle drugs into Dixon Correctional Center once and into Angola State Penitentiary twice. After the judge announced the sentencing, Lil Boosie requested drug rehab. Erwin said he would recommend it but could not order it. (WAFB News)

Around mid-summer, Boosie was accused of drug smuggling.

This time, the 28-year-old Baton Rouge rapper is accused of trying to get codeine into the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. Hatch, who is serving time on an unrelated drug charge, already is under indictment on a charge of conspiring to introduce illegal drugs into Dixon Correctional Institute at Jackson. (The Advocate)

In May, the Louisiana rapper described his experience behind bars.

“[I’m here] ’cause of the songs I made, before I was indicted, about the police in Baton Rouge and what’s going on here,” Boosie added. “There’s a lot with our record label, that the system don’t like…They took my hard drive out of my house after I got arrested. I have albums for days in there. They still haven’t returned it. They’ve had it for d*mn near a year now. I need that music…I’m leaving Louisiana the first day I get out of prison. I’m a major target down here. I’ll thank God for everything and get back to the money.” (XXL Mag)

Check out some past Lil Boosie footage down below:

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