Here's What Boosie Has to Say About Offering His Son Oral Sex for His Birthday

ATLANTA, GA - JANUARY 02 : Boosie attends the Boosie Host Saints vs Falcons Game After Party at The Mansion Elan on January 2, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo: Prince Williams/Wireimage)

Here's What Boosie Has to Say About Offering His Son Oral Sex for His Birthday

"F**king is popular at fourteen, fifteen years old."

Published August 7, 2017

UPDATE (3:00 PM): Since sharing what many fans have found to be a controversial post, Boosie Badazz is doubling back on his eyebrow-raising statement about providing his 14-year-old son with a "bad b*tch" for his birthday. The rapper took to social media, once again, to set the record straighT with what may or may not be add even more fuel to the fire. "I was just clowning on the Instagram," he shared with his followers.

"But if he wants to get head from a girl, you know he's 14 years old. I'm cool with it," he continued. "F**king is popular at fourteen, fifteen years old. You know that's when they be in heat."

Looks like Boosie is back at it again with the iconic parenting advice. Peep his response to the backlash and the original story below:

 


Boosie Badazz's eyebrow-raising comments have sent the internet into a frenzy, once again. However, his latest social media antics may just be his most bizarre yet.

On Sunday night (Aug. 6), the Louisiana rapper took to Instagram to send his 14-year-old son a birthday message laced with love, emojis and a very questionable celebratory gift. "Happy gday @tootie_raww love you son with all my heart," the "Wipe Me Down" rapper began his caption under photo of him and his son. Then things got questionable.

"Got a bag for you n a bad b***h to give u some head. You already know how I do it Tootie Raww," he continued.

While Boosie's actions were probably meant with his version of good intentions, the controversial post was immediately met with concern from fans. Social media users didn't hesitate to scold Boosie in the comment section, even claiming that his actions were predatory and a step from child molestation. The rapper, however, doesn't seem to mind being dragged by the internet, stating, "u already know how I do it."

Here's hoping this is gallows humor, because the reality of the situation could bring some serious legal ramifications. Take a look at the way the internet reacted below:

Written by Kai Miller

(Photo: Prince Williams/Wireimage)

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