Boosie made a promise to remain composed if he was ever pulled over by the police again after being stopped by them last month. After being stopped once again for speeding in Fulton County, Georgia, he followed his promise on Friday. Police claim that Boosie was stopped for going 73 mph in a 55 mph zone and throwing an unidentified object out the window while operating the vehicle.
When they stopped the rapper, authorities claimed they smelt pot in the car, which led them to search it. Boosie chose to rap the words to his 2006 hit song “Set It Off” in front of the police officers rather than lose his cool as he did the previous time. Boosie captured the encounter on camera and went off: “They got me pulled over again, so I’m finna perform a concert in front the police. You wanna talk s***? You wanna run your mouth? You want some gangstas front your muth***** house? We’ll set this b**** off.”
After searching the Baton Rouge rapper’s vehicle, police claim to have found a little bag of marijuana, but they only issued him tickets for speeding and littering. The previous time Boosie was stopped by the police was a long cry from his most recent run-in with the law.