Bougie or bourgie is used as a shortened, informal version of bourgeois used in African American Vernacular English. For example:
The car he drives is indicative of his [bougie | bourgie] lifestyle.
A look at Google ngrams
But Merriam-Webster has a definition only for bourgie, listing bougie as a less common variant — which directly contradicts the Google Ngrams results.
The only other useful info I can find the site verysmartbrothas.com, which doesn't seem like a great source.
But which spelling is more correct?