Rapper Lil’ Boosie is asking the community and his online followers for diabetes medication.
From perpetuating double-standards, commenting on a woman’s body, to now trying to score diabetes medication from locals in Atlanta, it’s truly a task keeping up with Boosie and all his headlines. The Blast reports the 38-year-old posted an image of a daily injectable insulin pen in hopes that someone would see it and have one sent to him in Atlanta.
The outlet reports that the medication is for the treatment of Type 1 diabetes. If a person doesn’t receive care, via the pen, it could result in a person suffering and dying of the disease. “Who got this in atl?” he wrote on Instagram. “Get that s–t from the Doctor or a legit place not on the streets, boosie!” 0ne person wrote. Another said, “Boosie, you need a private nurse or a woman that really care bout you, this ridiculous you don’t never have your medicine man.”
This appears to be his second attempt at trying to get the drugs he needs. Boosie also asked fans in Florida and Georgia to help him find insulin, the Blast reports.
Boosie received several supportive messages from fans. One person added that at one point, they had an entire box of insulin to give to the rapper. “wrote your team months ago, I had six boxes. I never received a response back, so we donated them,” the person said.
Hopefully, he receives some help soon!
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A mother who reported her 6-year-old son missing has now been charged with running him over and dumping his body into the Ohio River.
Brittany Gosney of Middletown, Ohio, and her boyfriend, James Hamilton, reported Gosney’s son, James Hutchinson, missing on Sunday morning. However, after being questioned by police, Gosney confessed to killing the child. While she did not provide a motive, she did inform authorities that she attempted to abandon the boy in the Rush Run Wildlife Area in Preble County on Friday. The 29-year-old woman admitted to dragging the child with her vehicle before leaving the scene. About 40 minutes later, she returned to the area, where she found Hutchinson with a head injury. She then took him to a home on Crawford Street.
At some point, Gosney and 42-year-old Hamilton believed that the boy was dead. That is when they decided to dump him into the Ohio River. As of late Monday, Hutchinson’s body had not been recovered.
Chief David Birk of the Middletown Police Department says that Gosney is “not showing much remorse” in the wake of her confession. She was arraigned in Middletown Municipal Court Monday on several charges in connection to the murder. Hamilton has been charged with abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence.
Gosney’s other two children were in the vehicle when Hutchinson was dragged with the car. However, they were unharmed and are now in foster care.
The school district has organized a vigil for Tuesday evening at Barnitz Stadium, which is located next to Rosa Parks Elementary School, where the “joyful” first-grader was a student.
A new study suggests the coronavirus mRNA vaccines may not be as effective when administered to obese people.
So far, only 15% of the U.S. population has been vaccinated against Covid-19. Of that number, less than 1% are Black.
The CDC even has a term for it: Black vaccine hesitancy.
According to the news media, the vaccines are “safe and effective.” Yet obese Black women are dying within hours after receiving their vaccine doses. A majority of Black women who reportedly died after receiving the vaccines are obese.
A new study out of Italy found that Pfizer’s vaccines may be less effective in obese people who received both doses.
Researchers at the National Cancer Institute Regina Elena determined that obese people produced only half of the antibodies compared with people with a normal body mass index (BMI).
“Since obesity is a major risk factor for morbidity and mortality for patients with Covid-19, it is mandatory to plan an efficient vaccination program in this subgroup,” the study’s authors wrote.
In addition to obesity, other risk factors for Covid-19 include respiratory disorders, heart disease, diabetes, HIV and smoking.
Researchers say further studies are needed to determine why the vaccines are less effective for obesity people.