(AP) Representatives for rapper Lil Boosie have warned booking agents of an alleged concert scam.
The hip-hop star, real name Torrence Hatch, was released from a Louisiana prison earlier this month after nearly five years behind bars. It has now emerged four booking agents were allegedly fooled by a man pretending to be Boosie's brother, T.Q. The agents parted with $25,000 thinking they had secured the rapper for a comeback concert, but the fraudsters allegedly vanished with their money.The alleged victims have contacted police and the real T.Q. -- who is in charge of his brother's bookings -- also plans to file a report against the scammers, according to TMZ.com.