In a recent social media post, Boosie Badazz has voiced his disapproval of Yung Bleu’s actions in removing an artist from an upcoming tour for merely expressing support for Boosie’s music. The Baton Rouge veteran took to Instagram on August 21 to address the situation and urged his followers to support the artist affected by the decision. This incident has sparked a debate over artistic appreciation and loyalty within the music industry.
Boosie, a prominent figure in the Baton Rouge music scene, has taken a stand against Yung Bleu’s alleged decision to remove an artist from an upcoming tour for the simple act of endorsing Boosie’s music. In a passionate Instagram post on August 21, Boosie expressed his disappointment in Bleu’s actions and requested fans’ help in supporting the affected artist.
The artist, known as T-Rell, shared his side of the story, revealing that he was removed from the Love Scars Tour after Boosie showed appreciation for his music on Instagram. T-Rell, who had been excited to join the tour, expressed confusion over the decision, stating that he has always been neutral and holds no allegiance to either Boosie or Yung Bleu. He further revealed direct messages from Yung Bleu inviting him to join the tour prior to the incident.
The Love Scars Tour, originally slated to commence on August 24 in San Francisco and conclude on September 30 in Chicago, has become the center of attention due to this incident. With tour dates spanning major cities like Los Angeles, Dallas, Phoenix, Philly, NYC, and Boston, the controversy has added an unexpected layer of intrigue to the tour’s anticipation.
The incident has prompted discussions within the music industry about the importance of supporting artists’ freedom to appreciate and express solidarity with their peers. The controversy shines a light on the balance between artist loyalty and personal endorsements, raising questions about how such decisions can impact an artist’s career trajectory.