Lil Boosie is a freed man and he’s already causing a stir in his New Orleans community. Neighbors in the rapper’s upscale subdivision are upset over his loud house party he hosted last weekend and now they are complaining.

According to WGNO News, Boosie hosted a party for his mother’s 60th birthday on March 22 and as you would expect, the 'Wipe Me Down' rapper invited family and friends. Apparently, the gathering was too loud for neighbors and they are worried that Boosie will bring more ruckus to their exclusive community.

Boosie just moved into the private, gated-community where he’s renting a home once owned by Birdman.

Boosie’s mother, Connie Hatch, admitted that several parties were held over the weekend but nothing unusual.

"It was just a small family gathering," she told WGNO News. “We’re in this neighborhood just like everybody else, you understand. Just like everybody else have parties. We have parties too."

"I just feel like we were being singled out and we have to be fair," she added.

WGNO New has discovered that neighbors complained about minor parking violations and noise. The community’s association board plans to issue a warning to Boosie first before filing notices against him.

"Well, if that’s what they want to do that’s fine, but let’s be fair, let’s be fair, you know,” Hatch tells WGNO News.

However, a few neighbors in the community believe that other people are being too judgmental on the rapper.

“I’m disappointed I wasn’t invited,” jokes Boosie’s neighbor Joani Ventrella. “A lot of people make the mistake of judging people before they know him and that’s probably what’s happening here. They probably heard who he is and go, 'Oh god we got rapper in the neighborhood.' I think if people got to know him maybe they’d feel differently."

Lil Boosie’s manager had no comment on the matter.