You all remember rapper Torrance Hatch  from baton Rouge who was accused murdering back in 2012,he was spotted signing Autograph on girl’s pants on just back of it :

Outside of Louisana, Lil Boosie has never achieved the same level of fame as his once-incarcerated peers, Lil Wayne, Mystikal, T.I. and Gucci Mane. Only one of his tracks has ever cracked the Top 40 – 2007’s  “Wipe Me Down Remix,” which is actually credited to the rapper Foxx, a labelmate of Boosie’s on Trill Entertainment. But within the Bayou, and particularly in Baton Rouge, Boosie is an icon, emulated by both Catholic School preps and kids in the hood who rock a haircut known as the “Boosie Fade.”

The reason: his music strikes a street-hardened three-dimensionality rarely seen since Tupac Shakur. For every song about the murderous slums of Baton Rouge, there are moving paeans to Boosie’s mother (“Mama Know Love”), rollicking dance songs (“Loose as a Goose”), and struggle anthems with universal themes (“Going Through Some Thangs.”)