B.G. Recently cleared the air about the recently
released Hot Boys album Let ‘Em Burn, which led to speculation that the
four man New Orleans based hip-hop crew was reunited.
"I don’t know about it. That stuff is all
old ya know but I got no beef with Juvenile and Turk," B.G. said in a recent
interview with Murder Dog magazine. "We’re like family. If you want to
hear new stuff you gotta get ‘Livin’ Legend’"
B.G. went on to say that the CEO’s of of Cash
Money, Ronald "Slim" Williams and Bryan "Baby" Williams
still have not paid him for album sales earned throughout his stay at Cash Money
Records, which ended in 2001.
"I looked up to them and respected them,
I felt like they wouldn’t do me like that, but I was wrong. [Baby] calls himself
the Birdman, but he wants to birdfeed me. It’s cool, you screwed me over and
I learned my lesson. It’s time for me to move on."
B.G.’s released Livin’ Legend on his own Chopper
City Records through Koch Records. The album debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Independent
Chart on March 5. of the rap game and giving his fans the grimy, reality rap
that they’ve been longing for with the critically acclaimed Livin’ Legend.
"I know the streets have been missing me
and I want to give them enough to make up for all the lost time," B.G.
continued. "I’m talking about everything on there. It’s a complete album.
I spit my gangster s###, my stuff for the hot girls, my reality s###, my radio
s###. I laid it down."