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Boosie Says If Brittney Griner Was Taylor Swift The US Would Have Ended The Cold War and Signed a Peace Treaty With Russia

Boosie has reacted to Brittney Griner getting sentenced to nine years in prison on Thursday by a Russian court for the possession of cannabis. According to Boosie, there would have been a peace treaty between the United States and Russia if it was Taylor Swift who was sentenced.

Vlad has more;

Boosie, like many others, was livid over the sentence handed down to WNBA star Brittney Griner by a Russian court on Thursday. Boosie took to social media shortly after the sentencing to air out his feelings on the matter.

“How the hell this girl get nine years for a weed pen?” he began. “And the USA ain’t doing nothing about it. You tell me that! If that was Taylor Swift, there’d be a peace treaty right now. They’d be drafting to go to war. For a weed pen! Nine years!”

He continued, “What that show for Black women in the United States? And the Vice-President as a Black woman, you supposed to be on the frontline to get that Black woman out of jail! Nine damn years. Y’all f***ed up in this world!”

I must admit Boosie might be right.

A Russian court sentenced WNBA star Brittney Griner to nine years in prison Thursday, an expected conclusion to her trial that should allow negotiations for a prisoner swap to accelerate.

Griner, who was arrested Feb. 17 for bringing cannabis into the country, had been prepared for a harsh sentence, sources close to the player said. But she and her supporters have also been aware that Russia was not going to move forward with a trade that could bring her home until her trial was completed. A guilty verdict was considered a foregone conclusion, and Griner pleaded guilty July 7, though the case continued under Russian law.

During sentencing, Judge Anna Sotnikova said she had found that Griner intentionally broke the law and also fined her 1 million rubles (about $16,700). Sotnikova said the time Griner has served in custody since her arrest in February would count toward the sentence.

Griner reacted to the sentence with little emotion, listening to the verdict with a blank stare on her face.

As she was led out of court, Griner said: “I love my family.”

Flip to the next page to watch Boosie react to Brittney Griner’s sentence in Russia…

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