Boosie Badazz Suggests Charts Are “Rigged” After Coi Leray’s Album Flop


Boosie Badazz is coming to Coi Leray’s protection after the younger rapper’s sophomore album, COI, hobbled onto the Billboard 200 at No. 102. A lot of her followers puzzled how any person with thousands and thousands of Instagram followers and some hit songs may promote so little in her first week. However Boosie Badazz had a idea.


On Monday (July 3), the outspoken rapper headed to Twitter and provided, “@coileray SHOULD HAVE SOLD AT LEAST 100k the primary week. NOBODY RECENT GOT MORE HITS THAN HER. both this s### rigged r CELEBRITY KIDS JUST GET HATED ON WHEN ITS TIME TO SWIPE. MFS BE HATERS str8 UP. MY FAM GO THROUGH the Similar S###  WE AINT STOPPING THO BELIEVE THAT.” 

Coi Leray shortly retweeted Boosie’s put up, seemingly in settlement with the Baton Rouge native.

Coi Leray launched COI on June 23 by way of Uptown/Republic Data. The album featured visitor appearances by David Guetta, Saucy Santana, Giggs, Lola Brooke, the late James Brown and Skillibeng. Its launch was preceded by 4 singles: “Gamers,” “Bop,” “My Physique” and “Run It Up.” Regardless of the hype, the fan help didn’t translate to gross sales for Leray.

Nonetheless, the 26-year-old is impressed by her accomplishments. She tweeted, “Grateful to have an album on the highest 200 for my first week of my album launch, once more. This time with 3 hits on the new 100 … woah. I’m tremendous happy with myself. Greater and higher 12 months each time. Maintain streaming #COI. it’s an AMAZING venture!”


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