(AllHipHop News) New Orleans rapper B.G. is currently serving a 14 year sentence in federal prison after being convicted on charges of gun possession and witness tampering. The original member of Cash Money Record's Hot Boys took time to reach out by phone to another southern rapper who was recently incarcerated as well.
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Speaking with Tennessee native and former G-Unit member Young Buck, B.G. discusses his refusal to flip on associates for a lesser sentence.
"At the end of the day, they wanted a n***a to take motherf****rs with him, but I don't believe in that," says B.G. "N***as gotta live with the decisions that they make as a man."
B.G. also states that despite his current circumstances he still feels blessed because he was facing up to 25 years, but only got 14.
"I know it could have been much worse," B.G. tells Buck. "A n***a gotta take the good with the bad."
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Listen to B.G.'s conversation with Young Buck in the video below.