As Bryan "Baby"
Williams continues to grieve over the recent death of his sister Tamara Williams,
the Cash Money co-founder ended a long-standing beef with B.G. over the New Orleans
a recent interview on radio station Q93 with Wild Wayne, B.G. called in to offer
his condolences to Baby and the Williams family. Although
they have been at odds since B.G.’s departure from the label in 2001, the
two were able to put aside their differences in the wake of car accident that
took the life of Baby’s sister, Tamara Williams. "I just wanted to
say I’m sorry despite what you and me been through," B.G. relayed to Baby.
"I knew Tamara personally, we grew up together, we go back. I just wanted
you to know that my heart go out to you and the whole Williams family."
While B.G. has repeatedly alleged that Baby has cheated him out of album royalties,
he told Baby, "I’m not on your side like I used to be, but for something
like this to happen, I can still feel like your pain…I feel like I’m right
there with you." In response, Baby stated that he "respected
that," and that he would "put everything on the side for that."
The reconciliation comes on the heels of the fatal car accident, which
claimed the life of Baby’s sister Tamara Williams, 26, who was killed in
the head-on collision. Williams, who majored in psychology and was studying
for a nursing degree, died when her 2006 Toyota Camry was struck by a motorist
who was driving the wrong direction on a downtown boulevard. She
leaves behind a husband and three children. The driver, Jason Williams,
is still in critical condition at Charity Trauma Center.