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    Boosie Badazz rolls into the club in a wheelchair at Thanksgiving bash after being shot in the leg

    Boosie Badazz rolls into the club in a wheelchair at his wild Thanksgiving bash in South Carolina after being shot in the leg

    Boosie Badazz was recently told to stay off his feet, after he was shot in the leg.

    But the Baton Rouge-born rapper isn’t letting that stop him from partying through the holidays.

    He rolled into the club in a wheelchair Thursday, as he arrived at his wild Thanksgiving party in Charleston, South Carolina, after recovering from multiple surgeries.

    Still mobile: Boosie Badazz rolled into the club in a wheelchair Thursday, as he arrived at his wild Thanksgiving party in Charleston, South Carolina, after he was shot in the leg

    The 38-year-old hosted his Thanksgiving Bash at the jam-packed Exquis Event Center, where there didn’t appear to be any COVID-19 precautions in place.

    He had one leg elevated and wrapped in bandages, as he sat in his wheelchair, which apparently didn’t hinder him from putting on a show.

    Boosie (whose real name is Torrence Ivy Hatch Jr) was shot once below the knee in Dallas earlier this month, during an apparent drive-by.

    It came just days after friend and local rapper Mo3 was killed in another shooting, where Boosie was paying respects. 

    Masks optional: The 38-year-old hosted his Thanksgiving Bash at the jam-packed Exquis Event Center, where there didn't appear to be any COVID-19 precautions in place

    Masks optional: The 38-year-old hosted his Thanksgiving Bash at the jam-packed Exquis Event Center, where there didn’t appear to be any COVID-19 precautions in place

    Off his feet: He had one leg elevated and wrapped in bandages, as he sat in his wheelchair, which apparently didn't hinder him from putting on a show

    Off his feet: He had one leg elevated and wrapped in bandages, as he sat in his wheelchair, which apparently didn’t hinder him from putting on a show

    No cares: The In House artist's injury doesn't appear to be slowing him down, nor does the country's rapidly rising second surge of coronavirus cases

    No cares: The In House artist’s injury doesn’t appear to be slowing him down, nor does the country’s rapidly rising second surge of coronavirus cases

    Drive-by: Boosie (whose real name is Torrence Ivy Hatch Jr) was shot once below the knee in Dallas earlier this month, during an apparent drive-by (pictured in August, 2020)

    Drive-by: Boosie (whose real name is Torrence Ivy Hatch Jr) was shot once below the knee in Dallas earlier this month, during an apparent drive-by (pictured in August, 2020)

    He had surgery to remove bullet fragments from his leg, as well as one to put a screw in, making sure his foot heals properly. 

    According to TMZ, there were also rumors that he had to have his foot amputated, which turned out to be false.  

    The In House artist’s injury doesn’t appear to be slowing him down, nor does the country’s rapidly rising second surge of coronavirus cases.

    He’s preparing for another potential super-spreader event this weekend, celebrating his 39th birthday at a venue in Birmingham, Alabama.

    Boosie also faced backlash back in July, when he threw a massive pool party at a mansion in Atlanta, also without safety precautions.

    Super-spreader: He's preparing for another potential super-spreader event this weekend, celebrating his 39th birthday at a venue in Birmingham, Alabama

    Super-spreader: He’s preparing for another potential super-spreader event this weekend, celebrating his 39th birthday at a venue in Birmingham, Alabama

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