Watch: Boosie Badazz Has Hilarious Response After Being Mistaken For Soulja Boy By Young Fans

This Arrives After Boosie Took A Shot At Draco, In Addition To Dragging Tekashi69, In His Recent Instagram Video In Which He Was Rapping Along To One Of His Songs.

Boosie Badazz (Lil Boosie) is popular but that doesn’t mean he never gets mistaken for someone else. He experienced such situation recently when he met two young fans at a shopping mall, only to get mixed up with fellow rapper Soulja Boy.

Boosie took to his Instagram account to share a video of the hilarious moment. Two teen female fans were giggling beside him after seemingly saying that he looked like Soulja Boy. “I look like no Soulja Boy, man! I look like no damn Soulja Boy!” Boosie responded before walking out.


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#PressPlay: #Boosie ran into some young fans at the mall who thought he was #SouljaBoy 😩🤣

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Captioning the clip, Boosie wrote, “Wtf Soulja boy.”

The video garnered attention from fellow hip-hip stars including Snoop Dogg, who left two crying and laughing emojis in the comment section of a post by TheShadeRoom. “Love & Hip Hop: Miami” cast member PreMadonna also shared similar reaction to the video.

A fan, meanwhile, pointed out that “it’s the way he talks that makes everything funny” as some others agreed that Boosie is indeed a funny man. Thus, people in the comment section thought it would interesting if he has “his own podcast” or a “show.”

This arrives after Boosie took a shot at Soulja in his recent Instagram video in which he was rapping along to one of his songs. Referring to Draco’s now-infamous “The Breakfast Club” interview where he claimed that he had influenced every rapper in the game, Boosie let him know that he didn’t “make” him.


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#boosie aiming a few bars at #tekashi69 and #souljaboy

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In the video, which was posted on February 24, Boosie also aimed a few bars at Tekashi69 (6ix9ine). Boosie, who is known to be criticial to the rainbow-haired rapper, said that Tekashi was facing the death penalty after owning up to his crimes.