Rapper B.G. Calls Lil Wayne A “B*tch” In New Diss Record + Social Media Users React: ‘We Not Getting A Cash Money Reunion Tour’
The musician was recently featured on new music alongside Finesse2Tymes that included a crystal clear shot at his fellow rapper.
Lil WayneB.G., real name Christopher Noel Dorsey, 43, dropped the bar on the new track titled “Gangstafied”. On the record, as he was reportedly discussing things that happened during his time incarcerated, he rapped:
“My n***a Boosie went home and my dawg was steady blowing/My n***a Weezy steady touring, but he’s b***h and it’s showing/I’m still a living legend, don’t act like you didn’t know it.”
The lyric comes as B.G., aka Baby Gangster, gets back into music following his release from prison a few months back. If you recall, he was sentenced to 14 years back in 2012 after pleading guilty to two counts of possession of a firearm and one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice. Reportedly, the arrest stemmed from a 2009 traffic stop where he was driving a vehicle with unregistered weapons and then pressured his associate into false claiming the firearms were his. As theJasmineBrand exclusively reported recently, he served 11 years before being released on probation.
As far as his beef with Wayne goes, the two have famously been at odds with another since ending their time as band mates. Both B.G. and Lil Wayne, real name Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., 41, were signed to Birdman’s Cash Money records at the tender ages of 11 and 12 respectively. They performed as a duo together before becoming part of the New Orleans based group Hot Boys, which also featured rappers Juvenile and Turk. The two reportedly fell out, however, following B.G.’s exit from the label, which was reportedly due to him being upset with Birdman over money issues.
While B.G. has since seemed to have made amends with the Cash Money founder, he clearly is harboring some ill will towards Wayne. Social media users have since been reacting to the diss, mourning their hopes for a Cash Money reunion tour while some clowned B.G.’s diss, and others thanked him for potentially drawing something special out of the “A Milli” artist if he chooses to fire back.
It does not seem Wayne has reacted to the record at this time.
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