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Rapper Boosie says he was kicked out of Planet Fitness for his social media comments about trans kids

Boosie ranted about the event on Instagram.

Rapper Boosie Badazz says he’s been kicked out of a Planet Fitness branch over comments he made on social media.

Boosie faced a backlash from activists this week when he commented on basketball player Dwyane Wade’s reaction to his 12-year-old trans daughter.

The rapper accused the basketball player of wanting to dismember his son’s manhood to appease his own desires.

“Dwyane Wade, you gone too f*cking far, dawg,” the rapper said on . “That is a male. A 12-year-old. … Don’t cut his dick off, bruh.”

In a follow-up video, Boosie has now alleged that he’s been denied service at a Planet Fitness in Georgia for his social media comments.

“Do not go to Planet Fitness, they racist, they haters. They just put me out Planet Fitness for what I said about Dwyane Wade son,” Boosie said in the video filmed from his car. “And they said I said in a video one of they employees was f****ts or some shit. … They got roaches in that bitch.

“Manager who was gay refused to let me n Planet Fitness because of my past actions on social media about gender etc.,” he wrote. “They racist, they have roaches, n they shower water don’t get hot !! Get out ya feelings lil bitch… Bitch u want a gay child but don’t nobody want to have a baby for yo sissy ass now u mad.”

Boosie has never been one to attempt to be politically correct and is known in sharing his opinions on several topics on social media.

However, this appears to be the first time that he has been punished in the offline world for his online comments.

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