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Lil Boosie Net Worth

Lil Boosie Net Worth
Net Worth$8 million
Real NameTorrence Hatch
A.K.ABoosie Badazz
Date of Birth/AgeNovember 14th 1982
36 y.o.
Source of wealthRapper, Record producer, Record executive, Actor
Country of originUSA
State/City of originBaton Rouge, Louisiana
Last updated2019

Net Worth

Before 2008 Lil Boosie was recorded to be worth $4-$5 million. After time in prison, Lil Boosie net worth 2017 was $800,000. Today, he is said to be worth $8 million. In addition to his music, Boosie makes roughly $20-$30K annually from endorsements and sponsorships.

His annual income is said to be around $1 million. He has a merchandise line called “Jewel House”, a brand of vodka called “Boosie Juice”, and headphones called “Badazz audio”.

Lil Boosie Net Worth by Years
Before 2008:$5,000,000
After Time in Prison 2017:$800,000


Bossie Badazz, who you may remember as Lil Boosie, is a popular American rapper who can also hold a tune and produce a record. He has been in the music game for decades, releasing several mixtapes and albums.

His most recent studio album was called “BooPac” and was released in 2017. The album has 24 tracks. Today we’ll take a look into his life from biography to music career history, to even how much is Lil Boosie net worth. We will also take a peek at what he likes to drive, how he makes his money, his health, and how his life changed when he, unfortunately, spent a little time behind bars.

Early Life


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Lil Boosie was born on November 14 in 1982. He grew up in South Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His real name is Torrence Hatch. Boosie, is a nickname his family called him. He lived in low-income housing, and grew up poor. As a child, he understood the struggle of going hungry.

Bossie’s father, Ray Hatch, worked manual jobs, while he battled with a drug addiction until he past away in 1997. His mother Connie, has retired. She worked as a school teacher for her career. It was hard for Connie to raise Boosie and his older brother Taquari Jamar Hatch in that poor environment. Ray’s drug addictions did not help, and often caused the family and Connie’s job to suffer.

Boosie went to McKinley High School in Baton Rouge, but he never had an interest in learning. As a teenager, he decided to drop out, and didn’t complete his GED until he wound up in prison.

Kids And Love Life


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Boosie Badazz has eight children. There are four different women involved, however, Boosie has married Walnita Decuir. She is the mother of three of his children, Ivyana Hitch, Torrence Hatch Jr., and Tarlaysia Hatch.

A rumor had surfaced in 2015 that Boosie was in a relationship with Deiondra Sanders that ended. She is the daughter of a NFL Hall of Fame player.

Career History

Lil Boosie regularly hung out with his cousin Young Dee. Young Dee had him meet C-Loc, a person who already had a presence in the music industry.C-Loc is also a rapper from Baton Rouge, and owns a record label.

C-Loc began to mentor Boosie, and in 1996, Boosie joined a group called “Concentration Camp”. The group members were C-Loc, Boo, Young Bleed, J-Von, Happy Perez, Max Minelli, Lee Tyme, and Lucky Knuckles.

At just 14 years old, Boosie was the youngest member of the group to ever rise to the top. In 2000, C-Loc released his fifth album “It’s A Gamble” and Boosie made his first guest appearance on a record.

One of the longest standing members of the group, Young Bleed, wound up leaving, and that void was filled by Lil Boosie. He became the group’s star. In 2000, by the time Lil Boosie was 17 years old he was releasing his debut album “Youngest of Da Camp”.

Lil Boosie net worth reached $8,000,000 by 2019.

In 2001 Boosie joined Trill Entertainment and was a good asset to the group.

The very next year, he put out a big album “For My Thugz”. That was the first album put out under his stage name Lil’ Boosie. His album featured Young Bleed and Trill Entertainment’s CEO Pimp C from UGK. That year he also released his very first mixtape “Boosie 2002”.

In 2003, Lil Boosie began what would be a longtime collaboration with his good friend Webbie. They showcased their friendship on their “Ghetto Stories” album. The two worked together for quite a while, and they’ve released plenty of songs.

They became everyone’s favorite duo and then they worked on “Trill Azz Mixtape.” Lil Boosie later put out Trill Azz Mixes II, featuring Lil Phat. He and Webbie later made their second collaboration album called “Gangsta Musik”.

Lil Boosie had consecutively active years which received great reviews by critics. In 2004 he dropped a new mixtape “Both Sides of a Track”, and then in 2005 he started working with Warner Bros Records, which boosted his career even further.


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In 2006 he released “Bad Azz Mixtape Vol.1” which was the same year he also dropped his album “Bad Azz”. The year 2006 also included a guest appearance of DJ Drama for “Streetz Iz Mine”. Webbie also guest appeared on the mixtape. Boosie and Webbie appeared on Foxx’s “Wipe Me Down” remix as well.

In 2008 Lil Boosie started a group called “Da Click”. This group was started after he created his music label “Bad Ass Entertainment”. The label eventually changed its name to “Bad Azz Music Syndicate”. This same year “Da Beginning Mixtape” was released, and Boosie also had guest appearance on DJ Khaled’s “Out Here Grindin”.

In 2009 Boosie’s label put out a promotional mixtape called “The Return of Mr. Wipe Me Down” to get the fans pumped for the second big album called “Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz”. The first single “Better Believe It” was a hit, created with Young Deezy and Webbie.

This same year he released a mixtape called “Category 7: Bad Azz Hurricane” which featured “A Bay Bay” artist Hurricane Chris.

In 2010 C-Loc and Boosie released a CD together called “Unbreakable”. Boosie also released a studio album called “Incarcerated” released by Asylum Records.

In 2014 Boosie signed a deal with Atlantic Records and made several guest appearances on singles for artists including DJ Mustard, 2 Chainz, Young Jeezy, and many others. In 2015 he released an album called “Touchdown 2 Cause Hell” featuring Webbie and Chris Brown.

In 2016 he released a collaboration album with C-Murder called “Penitentiary Chances”. C-Murder is in prison with a life-time sentence. They created the song “Came2DaCan” together which is about rappers who turned their backs on friends after they wound up in prison.

Master P was the main character referenced in the song because it was rumored that he would turn on his friends in that case.

Cars And Home


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Looking at Boosie’s style and home will have you wondering what is Lil Boosie net worth. In 2015 he purchased a 40 acre property. He used $2.6 million to build his own 24,000 square foot home.

The total home value is close to $2.8 million. He has quite a nice car collection. He has a black Bently Mulsanne, a Rolls Royce Ghost, a Rolls Royce Wraith, and a Dodge Challenger.

Health Check

Shortly after Lil Boosie released “Bad Azz” in 2006, he announced that he had been diagnosed with diabetes. In the year 2015 he made another announcement to say that he was battling kidney cancer. Later that year, the 5’6″ 36 year old rapper went through a successful surgery, removing the cancer.

Time In Prison

In 2008 Lil Boosie was arrested for having marijuana in his possession. He also had a hidden gun in the car. He plead guilty and received a 2-year sentence that turned into 4 years because of a probation violation. He was required to wear an ankle monitor.

In 2010 he would face the law again for allegedly hiring a hit man in 2009 named “Marlo Mike” to kill a man named Terry Boyd. It is said he paid $2,800 for the job. Boosie wound up spending years 2009-2014 behind bars. While in prison, in 2013 Boosie earned his GED.

Motivational speech of Boosie Badazz

When he was released, he changed his stage name from Lil Boosie, to Boosie Badazz. The name change was to mark a turning point in he life. He had become more dangerous man and a prison survivor. He was on parole until 2018.