Boosie Badazz's Brother Arrested For the alleged Theft of $361,000-Rapper of the Bank Account

HipHop News Posted on July 30, 2017 at 2:41am

Boosie Badazz's Brother Arrested For the alleged Theft of $361,000-Rapper of the Bank Account

Boosie's own family is playing with their money.

New Orleans, LA – Last year, Boosie Badazz complained of your Capital One bank doing nothing to resolve the thousands of dollars allegedly stolen from his account. In a twist that seems straight out of a movie, it turns out that the man who is behind the theft was Boosie's own brother.

TMZ reports that Taquari "TQ" Hatch was arrested last week on charges of identity theft and fraud. The police say Boosie's brother to use the rapper of the account to make more than a dozen transfers to several people. Hatch is accused of stealing $361,000 in total, taking as $80,000 in a transfer of the Baton Rouge MC's of the account.

Hatch would like a Boosie on the phone with Capital One, but made a critical error that set off an alarm to the fraud department. According to documents obtained by TMZ, the employees were alerted to the possibility of fraud, when Hatch commented that he had a wife. Boosie is not married.

The $361,000 sum is less than the amount Boosie alleged, was stolen from his account in its July 2016 Instagram post, which has since been removed.

"(Not Capital one bank)Capital has gotten someone to commit a fraud on my account 469k," he wrote. "When this first happen I went to the banks months str8 of the questions, the presentation of reports, meetings with officials, etc .. n every time I was givin a bunch of lies n shit. That was very unprofessional n ignorant towards me when I was trying to get my legally earned money back. I waited on calls from researchers n does not have a dam call. This is the worst bank in the world do not bank with these people. A year passed n I said that I was denied on getting my money back. Then, when my lawyers tried to get this matter in the court said that it was to late to have a civil case n get my money back. basically, it is r phrase (In street terms) fuck u jacked off or out a half a million dollars n that is a total lack of respect. The heads of the capital of one of the banks that u need to solve

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