B.G. was formally freed from prison earlier this week after serving 11 years. This resulted from a gun possession case for which he had already been found guilty.
As a result, Birdman welcomed the Cash Money Records and Hot Boys rapper because BG was under his contract in the late 1990s and early 2000s. However, after being released from prison, B.G. also has a number of requirements that he must adhere to.
According to TMZ, B.G. has been ordered to be under two years of supervised release. Furthermore, other conditions include participating in an approved drug/alcohol treatment program, perform 400 hours of unpaid community service and cannot be in possession of firearms and other weapons. In addition to these terms, B.G. also has to cooperate turning his DNA over to his probation officer.
B.G.’s judge in this case also ordered him to complete his GED. This is in order to make sure that he’s still able to earn income, following his latest prison release. However, he is already planning to release new music. When that will officially happen is still unclear, though.