Lil Boosie may be out of jail and ready to travel across the country for his Touch Down and Cause Hell tour but the Louisiana parole board isn't so sure that's such a good idea.
Apparently, the board is attempting to stop Boosie from travelling despite his travel being related to work. When he was released the judge gave the Baton Rouge rapper the freedom to travel for work but the parole board was not OK with that decision.
According to reports, the parole board is in the process of attempting to restict Boosie from travelling. This would mane that tour dates in places such as Florida -- where tickets have already been sold -- could be postponed or cancelled.
Obviously, this won't go down well with fans who have been waiting for a very long time to see Boosie perform live. However, there isn't much that can be done if the parole board denies Lil Boosie the ability to travel outside of Louisiana.
Luckily, if you live in Louisiana, you can see Boosie Boo perform alongside Maybach Music rapper Rick Ross in the coming weeks. If you're not in the area, you'll just have to wait and see if Boosie is able to make his scheduled performances.