Lil Boosie's legal troubles just took a significant turn for the worse.
The Louisiana native, real name Torrence Hatch, was accused in a videotaped confession of hiring two men to kill rapper Chris "Nussie" Jackson for $15,000.
18-year old Michael "Marlo Mike" Louding told police that he and Michael “Ghost’’ Judson were hired by Boosie to carry out the February 9, 2010 hit according to The Advocate.
Judson, who is now deceased allegedly told Louding that Boosie wanted Nussie "stamped out" because he had been disrespectful to an associate. Both men were present when Nussie was killed, but Louding was the one who fired the shots.
Boosie is said to have paid Judson the $15,000. Judson then gave $2000 to Louding.
Boosie is not charged in Nussie's death because Louding had no direct contact with him prior to the Jackson killing said District Attorney Hillar Moore III.
But after Nussie was killed prosecutors say Louding and Boosie became acquaintances. He references Louding in the song "Lime Life."
"Ain't no love in my body, Marlo Mike up in da backseat begging for a body," Boosie rapped.