Last month, Boosie begged Zuckerberg to reinstate the account, which had over 9 million followers before it was suspended. “They just took my Instagram. Mark Zuckinberger, I need to talk to you,” he said, incorrectly pronouncing Zuckerberg’s name. “Bosses need to talk to bosses. I don’t know what I did, but I need my Instagram back.”
He also said that he and his fellow rappers are not making “any show money” because of the pandemic and rely on social media as a source of income. “This is how I feed my family. Mark, do not do this to 2020. Do not take Boosie off Instagram!” he added.
While Instagram has not addressed the ban, Boosie likely violated the platform’s guidelines by posting NSFW adult content, which he also shares on his OnlyFans account. He was also known for hosting racy Instagram Live sessions with scantily-clad women.
In the meantime, Boosie has been using Twitter to communicate with fans and even called for the release of Bill Cosby. “Free Bill Cosby Let’s Start A Petition,” he tweeted.