Incarcerated New Orleans Rapper B.G. Could Be Home In A Year
by Mike Winslow
(AllHipHop News) In a recent interview with DJ Smallz, New Orleans rapper T.Y. said that B.G. could be out very soon – meaning within a year.
The info is coming from a great source, since T.Y., who is also on the roster of Curren$y’s Jet Life imprint, is B.G.’s biological son.
B.G. was sentenced to 14 years in prison in June of 2012, for weapons possession and witness tampering.
His legal issues stemmed from an incident in which B.G. and two associates were caught in a stolen car, which also had three guns. Two of the weapons were reported stolen, and police also found two extended clips in the video.
Although B.G. technically has nine years left to serve, he could be coming home early.
“He’s coming home. Like within probably this year,” T.Y. confirmed. “If not this year, next year for sure. But we shooting for this year, you feel me? ‘Cause he been telling me all kind of good s##t.”
In August of 2015, the Hot Boys sort of reunited at the rapper’s first annual Lil Weezyana Festival in New Orleans.
Wayne, Turk, Juvenile and Mannie Fresh hit the stage to run through their hits like “I Need a Hot Girl,” “Back That Ass Up,” and B.G.’s “Bling Bling.”
But the reunion wasn’t complete without B.G. According to T.Y., his father is inspired and focused, while waiting for his release.
“Like I’ve always said, there can’t be a Hot Boys reunion without B.G.,” Turk told AllHipHop.com.