Boosie is so beloved by the south and just about any inner-city community that he goes beyond cult status, straight into a venerable religion. So, when he was sentenced to eight years at the Angola State Prison in Louisiana, a “Free Boosie” twitter account immediately sprung up. That account now has 133,000 followers. Though he is forbidden to talk to the press directly, Lil Boosie was able to correspond with Jeff Weiss through his attorneys. Via Spin:

“It’s been hard at times. Some guards hate me with a passion and it shows in some of the things I’ve been told and called. Some guards come to work full of hatred for inmates. I think they do that because their household is miserable or they’re just tired of working,” Boosie reasoned. “When I first got here, I was a ticking time bomb. I’ve been done bad by some guards, but there’s people here who have been done worse. They do have some cool guards here though. As far as inmates, I’m respected. It’s just like the streets — the real respect me and the fake are Boosie haters.”

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