Boosie Badazz handcuffed during traffic stop: “It’s harassment, it’s everyday”

A visibly frustrated Boosie Badazz exited the passenger seat of what looks to be a black Cadillac SUV Wednesday during a traffic stop in Georgia, which resulted in the rapper being handcuffed. 

According to TMZ, Boosie and another man were pulled over for heavy window tint and concealed tags, before cops claimed they smelled marijuana, prompting a car search. The two were then placed in cuffs and asked to stand on the side. 

“I can’t be going through this though, bro,” Boosie is heard saying to one of the officers in the body cam footage. “I can’t bro,” he repeats. “I do no wrong.”

Appearing to grow in his frustration, the rapper added, “It’s harassment, it’s every day.”

A native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Boosie, 39, born Torence Hatch, says in the body cam footage, he moved to Atlanta to “live,” seemingly referring to his decision to relocate due to past legal woes. He previously told Rolling Stone, ”Police in Atlanta don’t hate me.”

As heard in the footage, Boosie says he needs to consult with the “superiors” of the officers who made the stop and explains multiple reasons why he shouldn’t have been “targeted.”

“Car’s not stolen. Registration is right. The tag is right. I was pulled over ‘cus it’s Boosie’s car,” he says. He later adds that if he were a “white college player,” he would have not been in the situation. 

TMZ reports cops found cash and marijuana in the car. The other man claimed ownership, was cited and they both were let go. 

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