Lil Boosie Spreads Holiday Cheer, Offers Free Day Care To Families
This holiday season, the self-proclaimed "Bad Azz" is doing something good to assist needy parents. In conjunction with participating radio stations, the Baton Rouge, LA MC will offer free child care to radio listeners who cannot afford it. Listeners will be encouraged to send in stories explaining why they need help with their own little "bad azzes" and Boosie will provide winners with child care tuition, a Pampers care package and a copy of the new Lil Boosie's Bad Azz album.
"[I'm] just trying to give back to my community especially during this time of year," Boosie said via a statement. "It's hard on parents and I should know, I got three [kids] of my own. Got to give...from one bad azz to another."
The 23-year-old recently saw the release of his Bad Azz LP on Asylum/Trill Entertainment. The record, which is fueled by the lead single "Zoom," features guest appearances by artists including Pimp C, Webbie and Yung Joc.
Lil Boosie's Bad Azz album is in stores now.