Rapper Lil Boosie has been forced to pull out of a performance in Mississippi due to his parole terms.
The hip-hop star, real name Torrence Hatch, was released from a Louisiana prison last month (Mar14) after serving nearly five years for a drug and gun conviction, and was keen to get back onstage.
But on Thursday (03Apr14), a concert promoter announced he was unable to guarantee the rapper's appearance at the Jackson County Fairgrounds on 18 April (14) because of the travel restrictions placed on Hatch as part of his parole conditions, according to wapt.com.
Lil Boosie will remain on parole until 2018.
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