B.G., a prominent rapper for Cash Money Records, was finally sprung out of jail earlier this week. This came after serving 12 of a 14-year sentence for a case involving the possession of a firearm. The native of Louisiana is 43 years old at the moment. B.G. is currently under two years of supervised release, nonetheless. The requirements for this include getting his GED, finishing a program for drug and alcohol treatment, putting in 400 hours of unpaid community service, and abstaining from owning any firearms.
As a result, when B.G. was finally released, Birdman was there to welcome him. B.G. was first signed by Birdman to Cash Money when he was 13. B.G. did, however, quit the label more than twenty years ago.
Meanwhile, Birdman has also just appeared in a new interview on The 85 South Show, with co-hosts Karlous Miller, DC Young Fly and Chico Bean. Birdman reflected on first meeting B.G. at 13, and added that he’s signing to Cash Money, once again. Moreover, a Cash Money reunion is also in the works, according to him.
Check out Birdman speaking on B.G. being released from prison, signing to Cash Money Records again, as well as a Cash Money reunion, below.
Birdman says that BG is staying with Cash Money 💯 pic.twitter.com/WLBLg4AhI5
— Wave Check🌊 (@thewavecheckk) September 8, 2023
Birdman says that B.G. has signed to Cash Money Records again