Lil Boosie received good news Thursday when he was sentenced to 100 hours of community service during a probation hearing in Baton Rouge, LA. According to Baton Rouge’s The Advocate, he will be subjected to random drug tests and will be free to travel.
Boosie, whose birth name is Torance Hatch, was paroled last week after serving 52 months for various drug-related offenses. He is currently serving a four-year probation stemming from a September 2009 guilty plea to third-offense marijuana possession, the paper reports. According to Boosie’s attorney, Lewis Unglesby, he also attended substance abuse, anger management and parenting classes.
District Judge Chip Moore ordered the rapper to visit schools in New Orleans to discuss staying in school and avoiding drugs. Moore told him, “They may listen to you more than they listen to anybody else.”
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