Talent usually makes people become overnight successes. Though, social media keeps famous people relevant and in the loop. However, some celebrities use social media to aid them with their financials. Baton Rogue rapper Boosie Badazz has been on an endless tirade against Instagram for repeatedly banning his accounts. Despite his scandalous content that’s obvious to everyone else but him, Boosie Badazz demanded an explanation for the bans.
Finally, after several attempts, the Baton Rogue rapper finally got his answer. Recently, CEO Instagram Adam Mosseri revealed his reasons for shutting down Boosie Badazz. Though, the rapper didn’t seem to like the answer he received.
The CEO of Instagram “Drew The Line” With Boosie Badazz
Boosie Badazz has gone down in social media history as one of the funniest personalities online. In particularly, he uses his Instagram for comedic humor. The rap veteran might have a future of in comedy. Unfortunately, his constant infringement of Instagram’s user agreement lands him in hot water with the creators. In the end, Instagram deactivates Badazz’s account. The rapper has since demanded answers.
Now the creators have finally decided to answer Boosie Badazz. Moreover, CEO of Instagram Adam Mosseri sat down with The Breakfast Club to address the rapper’s repeated bans. The head of the social media giant told Charlamagne Tha God that he had “to draw a line” with the Baton Rogue rapper.
Though, DJ Envy made a very valid point when he brought up Instagram’s double-standard when it comes to policy. Charlamagne Tha God took the conversation further when he addressed the issue of culture. Furthermore, God asked “Does Instagram understand culture though?” He used examples like Lil Duval who’s page often gets banned for using the n-word. “But they’re using it in the context of that’s my n-word. Instagram will take it down for the racial slur,” the radio host said. Interestingly enough, Mosseri admitted that Instagram lacks the understanding of diversity. Though, the CEO’s response comes as an understandment.
The Baton Rogue Rapper Still Demands His Instagram Back
Despite the CEO finally responding to Boosie Badazz’s rants, he’s still left unsatisfied. In fact, the rapper still hasn’t received his account back. During a recent video, the rapper even demanded that Mosseri give him a “second chance” the same as the others. Though, it’s probably unlikely that Adam Mosseri will activate his account any time soon.