- Rapper Boosie Badazz recently had his Instagram account taken away, allegedly for his sexual content.
- He went on Twitter and offered Mark Zuckerberg $100k to get it back.
- People with money shouldn’t be allowed to break the rules just because they have money.
Boosie Badazz is eternally ‘on one.’
His latest drama revolves around his recently deactivated Instagram account. The general consensus is that it was the result of his overly sexual content.
In August, he asked ‘Mark Zuckerberger’ to have his account reactivated:
“I’m ready, Mark, I’m ready to get back on,” Boosie Badazz said. Mark, though, was not ready to grant him that wish.
Boosie Badazz Offers $100k
Boosie Badazz wasn’t done with that video. He went on Twitter on Monday and tried to buy his way back on. He actually tried to bribe one of the wealthiest people on the planet Earth with $100,000.
As of today, Mark Zuckerberg is worth over $100 billion. Boosie Badazz might as well throw in a happy meal to sweeten his deal.
But Zuckerberg’s obscene wealth isn’t the reason he should keep Boosie’s account offline.
Rules Are Rules
I honestly feel for Boosie, even though he’s showed plenty of questionable morals. Check out the tweet right before his Zuckerberg plea:
But Boosie claims he uses Instagram as a way to make money and expand his career during the pandemic. And that’s precisely why you shouldn’t break the rules. As you can see below, Instagram has a strict policy regarding nudity and sexuality:
Ordinary people get their accounts deactivated all of the time, without any recourse. Why should Boosie Badazz get a pass?
Don’t get me wrong; I think Instagram should’ve given him a warning first. And maybe they did. But if they didn’t, that means they don’t do it for anyone. Boosie might have a larger following than most people, but that doesn’t mean he should get special treatment.
He broke the rules, and now it’s time to pay the piper — and he clearly doesn’t accept cash.
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Last modified: September 23, 2020 2:29 PM