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Boosie Badazz Avoids Jail After Pleading Guilty To Marijuana Possession

Boosie Badazz has been found guilty of possession of marijuana in exchange, possession of a controlled substance and failure to maintain lane. According to sources, authorities found  a loaded 9mm handgun, marijuana and over $20,000 in his vehicle after stopping him for swerving in between driving lanes. Boosie was never booked on a firearms charge and was released after posting a $3500 bond.


Boosie Badazz Releases Talk Dat Shit LP

Boosie Badazz has dropped Talk Dat Shit LP in celebration of his birthday. The Baton Rouge-bred rapper's new album is a follow-up to his Bad Azz Zay collaboration with Zaytoven. Talk Dat Shit is Boosie’s first solo release since March’s Badazz 3.5. The LP is comprised of 18 tracks.


Check out Boosie’s Talk Dat Shit cover art and tracklist below.


Boosie Badazz & Zaytoven Teams Up For Bad Azzz Zay LP

Boosie Badazz has partnered with Grammy Award-winning producer Zaytoven to drop a new album titled Bad Azz Zay. This LP follows up Boosie’s solo project Badazz 3.5 as well as Zaytoven’s Chief Keef collaboration GloToven, which both dropped in March. The duo’s latest effort is comprised of 13 tracks. Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Tokyo Vanity makes the lone guest appearance on the album.


View Boosie and Zaytoven’s Bad Azz Zay cover art and tracklist below.

WHO Shifts To Long-Term Approach Against Zika Virus

First identified in monkeys in Uganda in 1947, the first human case was detected in Nigeria in 1954 and there have been further outbreaks in Africa, South East Asia and the Pacific Islands, most were small and Zika has not previously been considered a major threat to human health until May 2015 when it was reported in Brazil and has since spread rapidly.


WHO Predicts 18.2m Diabetic Africans by Year 2030

Today, November 14, being the official date for the World Diabetes Day, the World Health Organisation issues a call for action on diabetes, drawing attention to the need to step up prevention and treatment of the disease. The disease which is said to have been contracted by 7 million Africans, 1.7 million of whom are Nigerians has been said to quietly but steadily been on the rise over the years due to inactivity and adoption of Western unhealthy diets leading to overweight and obesity is said to most likely explode during years to come.