“For the record, I just want n***as to know that my n***a [B.G.] official Cash Money — ain’t no cap in that,” he emphatically stated at the 4:18 mark in the video down below.
“Ya heard me? Ain’t nobody he can ever sign with beside this s**t. I’m bringing all this s**t together. B.G. signed to Cash Money so y’all don’t got to hear it from nowhere else.”
Birdman‘s comments come after B.G., aka Baby Gangsta, was released from prison earlier this week after serving 11 years on charges of gun possession and witness tampering. Upon B.G.’s release from prison, Birdman went on Instagram Live and recorded himself greeting the former incarcerated rapper at what appears to be an airport. The Cash Money CEO also presented the New Orleans rhymer with an blinged-out pendant.
Birdman‘s comments might be a reaction to Gucci Mane’s announcement in November 2022 that he would sign B.G. to his label 1017 Records for $1 million when he got out of prison<. a> Gucci Mane made that statement after false rumors spread on social media that B.G. had already been released from prison.
In his tweet on X (formerly Twitter), the Atlanta rhymer shared a dated photo of B.G., along with the message: “My 1017 family help me welcome home the living legend [B.G.]! Glad u home bruh! Got so much love and respect for u as a man and artist! Get at me, I got a milli for u! Wanna sign u to 1017!!!!! #1017Mafia [money bag emojis].”
B.G. wasn’t never released from prison during that time. Nevertheless, it looks like he’s Cash Money for life.
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Author: Trent Fitzgerald