Rapper Lil Boosie has been handed a four-year prison sentence for parole violation - after a judge ruled he had broken the terms of his release.
The Wipe Me Down star - real name Torrence Hatch - was convicted of drugs and firearms offences in September (09) after a 2008 arrest in his native Louisiana when traffic cops caught him in possession of a gun, marijuana, and a drug-laced cigar.
He was released on house arrest and was expected to receive a two-year jail sentence when he returned to court on Monday (09Nov09).
But the judge ordered him to serve four years of a ten-year suspended sentence after the star's house arrest ankle bracelet indicated he had violated the terms of his release several times.
The 25 year old will begin his sentence straight away and must complete two years of supervised probation upon his release, according to AllHipHop.com