Boosie Badazz Wants To Get Into Law After YNW Melly Trial

Boosie Badazz has developed an unexpected interest recently. It seems he now wants to pursue a career in law. This comes after he attended the murder trial of YNW Melly. In an Instagram post following the second day of the trial, Boosie shared his newfound knowledge from the courtroom. He also expressed his aspirations in the legal field. “THIS SHIT IS EDUCATION NO [cap] WATCHING THE DEFENSE N PROSECUTION DROP BARS,” the rapper wrote. However, Boosie’s presence at the trial did not receive a warm welcome from everyone. The father of one of the alleged victims criticized Boosie for supporting Melly. He also expressed his disapproval in a video, calling out those who advocate for Melly’s release.

The double murder trial of YNW Melly began on Monday. The case relates to the deaths of YNW Juvy and YNW Sackchaser in 2018. Melly was arrested in 2019 and charged with two counts of premeditated murder. If convicted, he could face life imprisonment without parole. He could even face the death penalty. Recently, the State of Florida announced that it intends to seek the death penalty if Melly is found guilty. In a separate incident, Boosie Badazz is facing legal issues of his own.

Boosie Arrested By Federal Agents

Lil Boosie performs at Legendz To The Streetz Tour at State Farm Arena on September 30, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

Federal agents took Boosie Badazz into custody yesterday after his appearance in court. He was present for a recent gun case. Luckily for him, that particular case was dismissed. Sadly, it was not the end of his worries. Federal agents arrested Boosie outside the courtroom. However, the specific reasons for his arrest are not clear at this time. Last month, Boosie pleaded not guilty to the charges he was facing. They stemmed from a traffic stop in San Diego.

During the hearing, Boosie faced several gun-related charges. These included possession of a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon in a vehicle, possessing ammunition as a prohibited person, and being an unregistered owner of a firearm. If convicted, Boosie could have been sentenced to a maximum of three years in prison. After his initial arrest, he was released on bond. However, it appears that Boosie now faces new undisclosed charges following his recent arrest. It is still not clear what those charges are. What are your thoughts? Sound off in the comments to let us know. Stay tuned to HNHH for the latest updates.