Boosie Badazz and his fiancée Rajel Nelson are facing criticism over their 12-year age gap, but Nelson has a few words for anyone who is judging.
Talking to fans in an Instagram Live on Wednesday (January 24), the 28-year old clarified the timeline of her relationship with the Baton Rouge native while adding that age doesn’t matter anyway.
“I been on him since I was 18. I started talking to him when I was 21 and I been dating him since I was 24,” she began. “This is the person who I been with all my 20s. Let’s talk about how many relationships you whores have been in all y’all life.
“Y’all come on here messing with me about me messing with somebody that’s older than me but who cares? Exactly girl, age don’t matter. There you have it. Nobody’s perfect. Y’all keep talking about what he did – he did this, did that. Which man do y’all know is perfect? Please tell me. Y’all hoes get cheated on every fucking day. Ain’t got nothing out the deal.”
She went on to allege that peoples’ mothers and grandmothers did worse back in the day, then added: “Y’all keep trying to talk about me dating somebody older than me but y’all keep failing to realize we didn’t become girlfriend and boyfriend ‘til I was 24. I didn’t start talking to him, having conversations ‘til I was 21.”
You can watch the full video below.
Boosie Badazz’s fiancée reveals they met when she was 18: “Age don’t matter”
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) January 25, 2024
Boosie Badazz and Rajel are set to wed in April, but they’ve actually been kept apart for a few months due to a court order stemming from the case he caught in San Diego last year.
Per Courthouse News, on January 12, the rapper’s attorneys requested a modification to the terms of his release that would allow him to resume contact with Rajel earlier than the current time frame of just weeks before their wedding.
However, Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Wheat — who Boosie has previously accused of being racist — told U.S. District Judge Cathy Ann Bencivengo that his office “vehemently opposes” the change due to “security concerns.”
The judge appeared to be on Boosie’s side at first, stating that keeping him from contacting Nelson seemed unfair in light of the fact that she was not present at the time of the May 2023 incident that led to his arrest and is not scheduled to appear as a witness on either side.
Damon Alimouri, Boosie’s attorney, echoed the judge’s concerns, stating that the prosecutors’ “security concerns” were “vague, unless we have some details to fill the gaps.”
Following a sidebar with Wheat, Bencivengo ruled that Boosie and Nelson were to remain apart for an additional 60 days. Once that time has passed, if the prosecution has no further objection, the stay-away order will be lifted.
On June 14, the Baton Rouge rapper was nabbed by feds while exiting a courtroom in San Diego, CA. He had just had a separate gun case dismissed by a judge, but the victory was short-lived as he was arrested as soon as he stepped out the building.
It was later revealed that Boosie (real name Torrence Hatch Jr.) was being held on multiple gun charges, including “felony possession of a firearm and transporting firearms across highways.” His original request for bond was denied.
Prosecutors reportedly wanted to keep Boosie in custody until trial, but the judge ended up denying their request.
He was finally released from custody on June 24 and promptly released a brand new album to celebrate the moment.
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