BATON ROUGE – Rapper Terrence “Lil Boosie” Hatch was released from prison Saturday morning after serving a sentence of about 2 years. Terrence was found guilty of drug possession on November 29, 2011 and sentenced to 8 years in State prison, then later scheduled to be released August 2014, and later changed again to February 2014, and has been released much earlier than the promised release dates.

Reporters have talked to Authorities for more information on why Boosie was released early. Parole Board member and Judge Gregory Hall says “We were honestly tired of Boosie. Before we incarcerated him, this prison had no roaches, now this place is infested, it’s almost like Boosie also brought the whole hood with him”.

Mr. Hatch has been pardoned of his probation too. Prison Officer tells us “We don’t want him to come back, I ask the Lord everyday to forgive us for ever having him here”. Mr Hatch is also currently working on a music album that will be titled “Prison Bars”(a pun for prison cell bars and rap lines, referred to “bars”) and will be release under his stage name Lil Boosie sometime this year.

Mr. Hatch also appears to very happy to be released early after Tweeting earlier today:


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Written by Pablo Reyes Jr

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