Boonk Gang has been kicked off Instagram for breaking community rules.
Earlier today, the Calabasas rapper Boonk Gang went live on Instagram to share his private moments with some unknown women. Fans first noticed the weird streaming on his Instagram Story, and it wasn’t long before folks recorded the video and have since been sharing the x-rated tape on social media.
And this prompted many people to report his page for breaking the platform rules on explicit content.
This is not the first time the 21-year-old struggling rapper would be on a career-destructive path.
Only three months ago the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies arrested him after they searched his Calabasas home and found assault weapons and drugs. The rapper whose real name is John Robert Hill was taken into custody on felony charges of possession of assault weapons and possessing prescription medication without a prescription.
And that’s not his first run-in with the law: in May 2017, Hill was arrested on burglary charges at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Miami for allegedly taking an entire tray of glazed donuts. In July, he was arrested again at that same Dunkin’ Donuts for burglary and petty theft.
Now, his page has been deleted because of his penchance for breaking the law, and many people wonder if this won’t affect his opportunity in the rap industry.