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Rapper Lil Boosie is under scrutiny for a video on YouTube in which he threatens East Baton Rogue District Attorney Hillar Moore.

Lil Boosie rapped about how Moore would probably be “dead” by the time he was released from a four-year prison sentence on previous probation violations and drug charges on the mixtape Gone Til December.

On the track “F**k ‘Em All,” Lil Boosie raps: “f**k the D.A. and the prosecutors they all devils/Talk that smack we get you back/We all rebels.”

Later in the song, the rapper states: “F**k the D.A. and the lawyers/your racist ass is going to hell/You’ll probably be dead when I come out of jail ya old b**ch/ Your d**k can’t even get hard no more, b**ch you need to die/and the prosecutor’s gay/I see that from a mile away”

“I’ve read what he said, I’ve never listened to it. I can’t be deterred, I think it’s part of my job. I guess he has the right to say whatever he wants to say,” District Attorney Hillar Moore told Channel 2 News.

Lil Boosie’s lyrics have been analyzed by District Attorney Moore, who has indicted the rapper on a 1st degree murder charge in an alleged murder-for-hire plot that resulted in the October 2009 death of 35-year-old Terry Boyd.

Adrian Pittman, 36, and Michael Louding, 17, were also indicted for first-degree murder in Boyd’s death.

Police are also investigating if Boosie, Pittman and Louding were involved in the February 2009 murder Chris “Nussie” Jackson and four other murders.

Lil Boosie is facing death by lethal injection, if he is convicted of the 1st degree murder charge.