Boosie is Now an Ordained Minister, But His Price to Officiate Weddings May Shock You
Boosie Badazz wants to marry you.
No, literally—if you're planning on getting married at some point in the future, he wants to be the one to make it official. The Baton Rouge-born rapper recently shared the news that he is now an officially ordained minister.
Boosie—real name Torence Hatch—hopped on his socials to show off his official certification from the Universal Life Church Ministries. As he flips his card around you can hear him giving out information on how you can book him for his new service offerings.
I can marry you. If you wanna get married, if you Boosie to marry you, let me know. If you want Boosie to marry you, I got my mother******’ license. If you want Boosie to marry you, y’all holla at me. This my new thing.
Boosie called it his "new thing" but the pricing is right on par with the value of his other offerings as a rapper and social influencer. Boosie definitely knows his worth as he is asking for $75,000 to $100,000 for his services as a wedding officiant.
That's definitely going to be out of the majority of most budgets as most couples don't spend that type of money on an entire wedding, let alone one vendor. Pricey or not, the "Wipe Me Down" rapper has the credentials to get the job done, as you can see below.
Of course, the comments poured in ranging from those who had sticker shock, those who said they'd absolutely hire him, to everyone else who found Boosie's new hustle to be hilarious.
There were others who quickly brought up the elephant in the room when it came to whether or not Boosie would book any same-sex marriages due to the well-documented homophobic stance he has maintained in his ongoing spat with openly gay rapper Lil Nas X.
For those who have the budget, I can totally see Boosie making a deal to officiate and possibly perform at weddings—even if it's just one song.
Are you a bride-to-be that would use his new service? Are you married and would totally renew your vows with Boosie there to do the honors?
Let us know in the comments, and in the meantime, we'll be waiting to see his first gig as an officially ordained minister.