Man Accused Of Filming Boosie Carrying Gun Speaks Out, Boosie Tells Security Guard “U in a BODYBAG””

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Man Accused Of Filming Boosie Carrying a Gun Speaks Out, Boosie FURIOUS With Security Guard “BODYBAG”

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A magistrate judge said the rapper can’t be held indefinitely and set a $50,000 bond during hearing that detailed the circumstances of his arrest

A San Diego police officer was watching the Instagram Live video of a “known gang member” last month when the officer allegedly spotted the handle of a Glock pistol in the waistband of Louisiana rapper Boosie Badazz, a federal prosecutor told a judge Tuesday.

That prompted San Diego police to send one of their helicopters to track the vehicle the rapper was seen entering on the video, which eventually led to officers stopping the vehicle and arresting the 40-year-old performer, Torrence Ivy Hatch, near Market and 47th streets.

The details of Hatch’s arrest were disclosed Tuesday during a contentious hearing in U.S. District Court on whether to continue keeping him detained, prompting his defense attorney to denounce what she described as an unnecessary federal prosecution and misuse of law enforcement resources during his arrest.

During the hearing, an assistant U.S. attorney claimed evidence that has emerged since that arrest shows Hatch is a flight risk and asked U.S. Magistrate Judge Allison Goddard to keep him detained indefinitely. Goddard denied the request, ruling Hatch could be released on $50,000 bond. She also quickly denied the prosecutor’s subsequent request for a two-day delay in releasing Hatch, though prosecutors filed a motion late Tuesday afternoon again seeking to delay his release so they could appeal the decision.

The rapper’s attorneys argued Tuesday that it’s “outrageous” police used so many resources, including the helicopter, to go after Hatch on a single count of being a felon in possession of a firearm, arguing he’s neither a danger to the community nor a flight risk.

Hatch’s felony convictions that would prohibit him from possessing a firearm appear to consist of marijuana possession and distribution charges dating back to 2011 in Louisiana, according to court records and his attorney. Hatch was acquitted more than a decade ago by a Louisiana jury in a murder-for-hire plot.

He is “being targeted because he’s a wealthy, successful Black man,” defense attorney Meghan Blanco told the judge, adding that being held in custody over the weekend kept Hatch from performing at several Juneteenth events. The missed shows cost him $160,000, Blanco argued.

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