LSU women’s basketball team made history on Monday night, defeating Iowa Hawkeyes 102-85 to win their first ever national championship. The Tigers were led by Jasmine Carson, who scored 22 points off the bench, along with Alexis Morris who added 22 points of her own. It was matchup where depth was the deciding factor.
Lil Boosie Calls Caitlin Clark Larry Bird’s Daughter While Celebrating LSU’s Win
Perhaps no one was more excited about LSU’s victory than Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie, who is a die-hard fan of the Tigers. Boosie, whose real name is Torrance Hatch, took to Instagram to share his joy and troll Iowa’s star player Caitlin Clark, who had a game-high 30 points, but also was in foul trouble. She has become one of the most popular sports figures in America with her amazing display of skills.
In a series of videos, Boosie can be seen watching the game on his TV and shouting at Clark, calling her Larry Bird’s daughter, and telling the former NBA legend to “come get your daughter”. Boosie also recorded himself cutting the nets of basketball goals at his house like he just won a championship. He was donned out in a purple and gold LSU jersey with a number three on it.
Boosie’s antics were hilarious and harmless, showing his passion and loyalty for his home state team. Boosie has been a longtime supporter of LSU athletics, especially football and basketball. He has also collaborated with former LSU players like Tyrann Mathieu and Shaquille O’Neal on music projects.
Boosie’s love for LSU is admirable, especially considering the hardships he has faced in his life. He was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2015 and underwent surgery to remove half of one of his kidneys. He also faced a murder trial in 2012, but was acquitted of all charges.
Boosie is not only a successful rapper, but also a proud father of eight children. He has been vocal about his support for women’s empowerment and education, and has donated money and supplies to schools and charities in Louisiana.
Boosie is an example of how sports can bring joy and unity to people from different backgrounds and experiences. He is also a reminder that sometimes, it’s okay to have some fun and laugh at yourself and others. Congratulations to Boosie and LSU for their historic achievement.