Fraud charges against Boosie Badazz’s brother dropped – report

Boosie Badazz’s brother will not face charges for allegedly taking $360,000 (£272,000) from the rapper’s bank account, according to a report.
The hip-hop star’s brother Taquari Hatch was arrested in July (17) for allegedly hacking Boosie’s Capitol One bank account and siphoning off the money over a two-year period. The money was reportedly taken in over 12 different transactions.
Hatch was arrested for identity theft and fraud charges, but according to TMZ, the district attorney responsible for the case has declined to move forward with charges, although a reason for the decision has not been released.
Boosie, real name Torrence Hatch, previously addressed the allegations in August (17), claiming he has since cut Taquari out of his life.
“I don’t have too much to say about the situation, but trust nobody (sic),” he wrote on Instagram. “Money is the ruler of all evil. This (sic) some real f**ked up s**t but you learn from your mistakes. Hopefully since the arrest has been made I can finally get my money (and) move forward. He (and) his family (are) no longer a part of our family at all. This is just some f**ked up s**t. I appreciate all those who put me (in) they prayers when they found out what happen to my money, Thanks (sic).”
Meanwhile, Taquari responded to the accusations by insisting he would be exonerated.
“There’s no peace of mind like knowing you’re innocent,” he said in his own video. “You can’t buy that…”