Last month, Walmart donated $25,000 to the Mental Health Association for Greater Baton Rouge.
NEW ORLEANS - Famed Baton Rouge rapper Torrence Hatch, more commonly known as Lil Boosie, gave his first press conference since his release from jail last Wednesday. The event called “Boosie Speaks” was the first opportunity the public had to hear from the artist himself. Atlantic Records held the press event for the media and streamed the event live on the internet, a social media phenomenon Boosie himself says he’s unfamiliar with after his five year imprisonment.
It was the final game of the regular season for the men's basketball team as a streak was ended in the PMAC. It's the same old story for the baseball team as they keep on winning. Plus, a look at some tennis and gymnastics from the past weekend.
I interviewd Lil Boosie on behalf of The Hot Spot and LSU's Tiger TV.In part 1, Boosie discuses getting out of jail, his kids, how he's managed to maintain his fame while incarcerated and more.