Boosie Badazz says he meant no harm when he wore a Kappa sweater to a Hawks game this week.
Some folks in the frat had complained that Boosie was wearing their letters even though he wasn't a member.
He explained how it all went down in an interview with TMZ.
"When I got the sweater, I know it was a Kappa sweater," he told TMZ. "When I wore it, I didn't think too much of it, I was like if anything they'll show me love. I didn't know how deep all of that college sht is. I'm just doing me. I got a lot of backlash about it. But I found out that they step to 'Wipe Me Off,' all of my songs. So I'm not going to wear it again no more. But they gotta teach me to do the shimmy," Boosie said. "Imma going to do the dance, because they dance off my music. If I can't wear the shirt, at least they gotta teach me to do the dance ... I got Kappas 65 years old coming at me. They on my tail. Hey bra, I don't know about brotherhood like that. I know about the ghetto."
When asked he if would apologize to Kappa, he said he would, but that he needed some apologies coming back
"Yeah, I apologize to them. But I need some apologizing, too. Because they talking like they shed blood for that. They got some people in my DM talking like they built like me. They talking gangsta. I'm like, bra, it ain't that serious," Boosie said.