Representatives for Lil Boosie are warning of fake representatives of the rapper and telling people to not be misled.
“These snakes getting cut off… As for the real: We aint hard to find,” the reps said via Twitter, dropping their Gmail address.
The team has had a hard time amid constant rumors about Lil Boosie’s release from jail.
One of the rumors began after a satire news website published an article alleging that the rapper got “re-arrested” for owing over $80,000 in child support payments.
The rapper is in fact slated to get out of jail in March.
“Boosie was not released today,” the management said on February 18.
They’ve also been noting that alleged proliferation of fake booking agents, and reports about the rapper.
Boosie, born Torrence Hatch in Louisiana, was jailed in 2009 after he pleaded guilty on drug charges. In early February, there were reports saying that he would be released this month. He was acquitted of murder in 2012.
Boosie told BET recently that he can’t wait to get out of jail and squash all the rumors.
“I think the folks are waiting for my return to the game,” he also told the website.
Boosie added that he wrote dozens, or possibly hundreds of songs, in prison and talked about new music. The music will show his growth as “a son, a father, a man,” he said.