Boosie, whose real name is Torrence Hatch, was serving a sentence for third-degree marijuana possession and a probation violation from his time awaiting sentencing.
A ridiculous post on Craigslist [UPDATE: which has since been deleted] suggested that Lil Boosie could be out sooner than later. The advertisement, which purports to have been posted by Trill Entertainment, reads:
Trill Ent is calling out to all the Beautiful ladies in Houston.On May 29 The Inspiring Artist Torrence Hatch will be released!!!!!!LIL BOOSIE!! We are looking for 17. White females and 17 black females and 10 hispanic females for our VIP settings.This will be the party of a lifetime.Please contact us with your picture and info..must have proper ID.
It is unclear why the party requires a racially diverse cast of 44 women as of press time. We've reached out to Trill Ent. for comment, but this one definitely sounds like a long shot.
In May 2012, Boosie was found Not Guilty after being indicted on first-degree murder charges for the death of Terry Boyd.