Woman Backtracks on Claim That Boosie Is Her Daughter’s Father

In a video posted on TikTok, Kirsten Siburt earlier said that she ‘hooked up’ with the rapper last summer and welcomed her daughter, whom she claimed has his eyes, nine months later.

AceShowbiz – Boosie Badazz (previously known as Lil Boosie) can now breathe a sigh of relief. The rapper was almost dragged in a paternity drama, but the same person who made the claim has quickly withdrawn her earlier statement.

The woman, who identified on social media as Kirsten Siburt, took to TikTok on Monday, June 7 to post a video in which she claimed that she “hooked up” with the rapper when they met backstage at his concert last summer. “To the rapper I Hooked up with last summer after the show,” she wrote over a picture of her posing with the Baton Rogue native.

Kirsten said she later became pregnant and gave birth to a baby girl, whom she claimed to have Boosie’s eyes, nine months later. In the next slides, the woman shared pictures of her with her daughter. “She has your eyes,” so she claimed.

Kirsten also declared her love for the 38-year-old star, who has eight children with six different women, on Instagram. “My baby Lil Boosie love of my life,” so she wrote on her page.

But after her story made its way round the web, Kirsten has backtracked on her claim. The woman, whose social media contents mostly promote her sultry OnlyFans page, reposted a headline of her claim and simply captioned it, “It was a joke.”

As Boosie has not commented on the fuss created by the woman’s TikTok video, a fan cannot wait for his response. “I can’t wait til he cuss her out so I can laugh,” the said person reacted to the news.

Some others, meanwhile, didn’t believe the woman’s claim in the first place, noting that it has been a trend on TikTok to make up such lie. “A lot of people were jokin like that on tiktok tho so I wouldn’t have took it serious,” one of them weighed in.

“That woman ain’t even have to say it was a joke. this is a TikTok trend,” another remarked. Someone else commented, “Y’all take tik tok too seriously,” while one other noted, “Y’all give anybody clout nowadays.”

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