Boosie Gone Bad pay-per-view confirmed as rapper says he can’t be stopped
After the mind-blowing success that Boosie Badazz’s movie ‘My Struggle’ witnessed, the rapper is all set to release the Boosie Gone Bad pay-per-view special.
In an interview with VladTv, Boosie confirmed when the special would drop and also revealed some interesting details.
Meanwhile, My Struggle was well received by fans and made close to “a million dollars on the first day,” as claimed by the rapper himself.
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Boosie Gone Bad pay-per-view release confirmed
During his conversation with VladTV, Boosie confirmed that his forthcoming special will be made available on March 16, 2022.
When asked about the cost, the rapper said in response: “You just got to pull it up and you’ll see the cost,” without giving away the fee for his special.
Boosie didn’t specify what platform it would be streamed on either. When the interviewer asked if Boosie Gone Bad is going to be on the “internet and tv,” he replied: “It’s going to be everywhere bro.”
Rapper says he ‘can’t’ be stopped
Boosie made it clear that no one can ‘stop’ him from doing as many pay-per-view specials as he wishes.
“This is what I have been trying to accomplish for a long time, nobody can stop me from being watched,” he said.
He further claimed he’s going to be on pay-per-view “every other month.”
Speaking about the interesting details about his upcoming release, he said the special program is “viral,” before adding that he’s “out of control on there and I could do it, it’s uncut nonsense”.
Boosie further hinted at including explicit content in his program. The trailer or the poster for the same is yet to be released.
A look at the movie My Struggle
The biopic film My Struggle was helmed by Joe Yung Spike. The film closely followed Boosie, who stars as himself and his son, who’s seen as the rapper’s younger version.
My Struggle featured several cameos including YFN Lucci, Quando Rondo, and Mo3 among others.
Explaining that the movie cost less than $250,000 to write, Boosie told VladTV in September 2021 that the film made around $940,000 on the first day.
My Struggle is available to be streamed or downloaded for $19.99 on Boosiemovie.com.
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