AceShowbiz - Boosie Badazz (Lil Boosie) has had enough with people asking him for tickets to Beyonce Knowles' "Renaissance" tour. Unsurprisingly, there's a huge demand for the tickets and fans didn't hesitate to go to extreme lengths to secure one, including sliding into celebrities' DMs.
Boosie was apparently among stars who received a lot of DMs from people, asking him for the most-sought tickets. Getting fed up with the request, the Baton Rouge rapper addressed the matter on Instagram on Wednesday, February 8.
In a video, the "Wipe Me Down" emcee shared that his family members and some random people in his DMs came to him to ask him to get them Beyonce's concert tickets. "I do not know Beyonce, I do not know Jay-Z. I cannot get you no Beyonce tickets," he stressed. "Stop calling me. Get out of my DMs."
Fans were amused after watching the video. "Boosie a national treasure. Protect him at all cost," one fan wrote in an Instagram comment. "Boosie gotta run for president, bro always making announcements," one other joked. One person also called the rapper "the funniest ever bro."
Some others, meanwhile, pointed out that it's Boosie's "karma" as he often asked people for something. "He be asking people for things all the time this his karma," one person noted. "Boosie always asking for something, now it's time for you to return the favor haha," someone else added. "We gone remember that next time u need something," one other said.
Beyonce officially announced "Renaissance" world tour earlier this month. The tour will open on May 10 at Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden before making stops throughout Europe in the Welsh capital of Cardiff, Scotland in Edinburgh, Sunderland's Stadium of Light in the North of England and eventually going on to other major cities such as Paris, London, Marseille and Amsterdam.
The Grammy-winning artist later will continue to bring her tour across North America with shows in Toronto, Chicago, East Rutherford, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Houston in July and run through until late September when the "Crazy in Love" songstress will wrap things up in New Orleans.
For North America dates, verified fan registration is open now and closes at different times based on city with more exact details available on beyonce.livenation.com. As for European fans, they are advised to to check local event listings for complete ticket information.