Boosie 'Not Doing Good' After Shooting, Could Undergo Amputation: Report

By Regina Star

November 19, 2020

Update (November 19): According to TMZ, Boosie is reportedly back home from the hospital after undergoing "a couple of surgeries" on his injured leg, which was not amputated, contrary to earlier reports this week.

The original article begins here: Boosie Badazz needs as many well-wishes as possible right now.

The New Orleans rapper was shot in the leg in Dallas, Texas, this weekend while paying respects to his friend, late rapper Mo3, who was gunned down earlier this month.

Although Boosie, 38, initially stated on Facebook that he is doing okay, things have reportedly taken a turn for the worse. Days after being shot below the knee, it’s said that the superstar is now suffering complications linked to his diabetes. Worse, as per hearsay reported by various outlets, Boosie’s injuries may require the wounded leg to be amputated.

“Boosie is still in the hospital recovering from the gunshot but is reportedly suffering from complications with his leg due to his diabetes,” tweeted MyMixtapez. "Many sources report that his leg might end up getting amputated. Keep Boosie in your prayers 🙏”

On Thursday (November 19), Boosie addressed reports of his ailing condition in a new health update via his Instagram Stories, writing, “Yes I’m not doing that good I have a short amount of time to find a specialist doctor who’s work on fixing body parts, that cost hundreds of thousands.”

With that, Boosie said he’ll “be charging $500 for promos,” concluding, “Have ya bag ready & let’s get this money.”

Anyone who’s been following the story knows Boosie was attending a vigil for the slain Dallas rapper on Saturday (November 14) when he was shot, and later transported to and treated at Parkland Memorial Hospital, where he presently remains.

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