As you already know, Lil’ Boosie is currently incarcerated  at Angola and serving out an eight year sentence, for trying to sneak drugs into jail.  These days, he's making the best out of a bad situation and as he put "reevaluating his life."

Lil Boosie earns his GED-facebook

During an interview with Spin Magazine, Boosie talked about his life behind bars and changes he's going to make when he gets out.  Speaking of which, should be as early as this summer or as late as the first part of 2014.

Boosie said of time already spent, “It’s been hard at times. Some guards hate me with a passion and it shows in some of the things.  Some guards come to work full of hatred for inmates. I think they do that because their household is miserable or they’re just tired of working. When I first got here, I was a ticking time bomb. I’ve been done bad by some guards, but there’s people here who have been done worse. They do have some cool guards here though. As far as inmates, I’m respected. It’s just like the street -the real respect me and the fake are Boosie haters.”

He went on to say, "I've coped by knowing in my heart that I'm someone special who many people love. If you lose hope in yourself, you'll make your time hard.  I always felt that my mission wasn't complete. I feel I haven't reached the star power that was destined for me. That makes me keep writing and thinking of ways to better myself as a man and artist...this situation forced me to look at things differently. I had to suffer to learn things about myself, those surrounding me, and God. He put me through this pain for me to come back stronger.

Congratulations to Boosie, he's looks like he's headed in the right direction.  Education is literally to key to success and obviously he's understands that.  Boosie recently earned his  GED.