BOOSIE Facing 15 Years In Federal Prison … His Own Self-Snitching SEALED HIS FATE!! (DETAILS)

Lyndon Abioye |

It’s a wrap for Boosie Badass. Media Take Out did a bit of digging, and Boosie will spend the next 5 to 15 years in a federal prison.

How can we be so sure …. well, here are the facts.

The Baton Rouge artist was arrested on the night of May 6 during a traffic stop on Market Street in the Chollas View neighborhood after officers say they found two loaded guns inside the vehicle. 

Boosie, real name Torrence Hatch, was facing a charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm and he pleaded not guilty on Monday, May 15. Yesterday prosecutors in San Diego dropped all charges against Boosie – even though they had a virtual airtight case against him.

Why? Well because as soon as he left the courtroom, the FBI came and arrested him.

Now before you say that Boosie can beat that charge, by saying the gun wasn’t his, Boosie’s own mouth may have ended that defense. Listen to this recent podcast, where Boosie explains that he has people on his team specifically there to lie to police, if they are ever found with guns.

Media Take Out expects Boosie to be charged with a federal offense, a violation of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g), the law preventing felons to carry firearms.

A felony conviction, whether rendered in state or federal court, can come with more than imprisonment and a fine. Under a federal statute, it is illegal for any person found guilty of an offense punishable by more than 1 year in prison to possess a firearm or ammunition. Further it is unlawful for a person convicted of a felony to ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition.

So what are the penalties for such a charge …

Possessing a firearm or ammunition when prohibited by federal law – whether as a convicted felony or meeting other criteria is punishable by imprisonment for up to 15 years and/or a fine.

And we have even more insight into how long Boosie’s gonna be gone for.

According to the U.S. Sentencing Commission, in 2020, nearly 97% of those found guilty of unlawful possession were sentenced to prison, with the average term of imprisonment being just over 5 years.

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