Boosie’s Annual Affair Gets Shut Down by Baton Rouge Government

Boosie Badazz attends day 1 of the Radio Broadcast Center during the BET Awards ’14 on June 27, 2014 in Los Angeles, California

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It wasn’t the best weekend for Louisiana rapper, Boosie Badazz. Boosie had his annual Black & White Affair which takes place in Baton Rouge (his hometown) and was shut down by the government without any formal warning on Saturday. According to the government, Boosie Badazz posed a threat to the city of Baton Rouge for whatever reason and they didn’t want any violence from the event to spread over into the city’s downtown area. The cancellation cause many guests to get upset and wanting some answers.
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The rapper has been putting on the annual affair for over a decade now without any recorded violence taking place. However, this year the government decided to shut the event down for no reason. An organizer from the event by the name of T.J. Jackson posted a letter to his Instagram page to apologize to the guests and let them know why the event was suddenly cancelled. We haven’t heard anything from Boosie Badazz as of yet but we will keep you posted. Read the letter from the event’s organizer T.J. Jackson below.
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