With the addition of Cory Gunz to the stable, it has been reported that rapper B.G. has returned home and signed back with Cash Money Records.
Although money troubles in the past caused a rift in the business and personal relationship between the rapper and Birdman, it looks like the time away has allowed B.G. to get his business mentality up to par to ensure that what happened to him before won’t happen again.
It feels like the Hot Boyz reunion is coming a lot closer as days progress.
Already building his relationship back with Mannie Fresh, Juvenile and Lil Wayne, the vintage Cash Money army is starting to make their return.
Speaking with HipHopWired, B.G. spoke on becoming a free agent after the release of Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood and what it would take to be back with Cash Money and Birdman.
“If the numbers right, if it makes sense .”
He also spoke on how Baby attempted to help B.G. be released from Atlantic Records.
“E1 called Atlantic and asked them what they doing with me. What’s the hold up on B.G’s album? He offered them a deal, baby offered them a deal to and they turned him down. I guess, they don’t want to see me win or not. Everything worked out perfect, it couldn’t be better.”
Similar to the possibility of L.O.X. doing business with Diddy again, let’s hope that B.G. has smartened up since then and won’t make the same mistake.
Check a video below of B.G. when he had his initial issues with Birdman’s “shady” business.