As you already probably know, back in the day Lil Boosie was flossin in the hood for the people to see. The footage was gotten by Thug Play and shows him counting money (all hundreds). As you can see if you watch the video, he has a lot of 100 dollar bills and there aren’t any fifty dollar bills. He walks around with a lot of cash because he is always on the grind and getting what he needs to live the lifestyle that he wants. This video is an example of him showing the haters and naysayers that he is real.
If you were able to check out his Grimmie Wreck Show back in 2006, then you would know he was walking around there with about a couple hundred thousand dollars in his pockets. When he says that he is getting money and continues to get it, he is not lying. In the video below he makes some jokes about the money and talks about what he has bought with his money including: his iced out Jacob watch (that he paid $20,000 dollars for), his necklaces that he is wearing, and swimming in the money.
Near the end of the video, he brings his kids out and jokes about Tootie Bad Azz being the first four year old to rap. Some of the commentary is hilarious like “I hope you got minutes on that camera son, cuz we getting money.” He shouts out to his mama and says “you better tell em how I’m rocking.” About half way through him counting the bills and laying them out on the street, he stops and says “my hand getting tired man.” After that, he lays down on the money and says “I be swimming in a pool of hundreds.”
Lil Boosie Flossin (Counting Money) [Video]
He has his little kid tell the camera where they are from (across the tracks) and they have fun with this footage. You can get more crazy footage of the Bad Azz if you check out some of the Lil Boosie DVD’s and movies that have been put out. If you are a fan, it is always cool to see the artist just chillin out having a good time hanging with some of his family and friends. This video is strictly for those who want to see some real flossin and hear some hilarious jokes; check it out and see what’s good.