(AllHipHop News) Baton Rouge, Louisiana based rapper Webbie took time to clarify his recent rumored banning from BET, his relationship with Rocsi and his disagreement with Terrence J on a recent airing on 106 & Park.
Webbie called into WGCI's 107.5, and spoke to Tony Sculfield and The Morning Riot.
Webbie explained his stance on the episode, when fans were told by Terrence J that Webbie was banned from BET and that he would no longer be allowed to be on the show.
"It ain't nothing against me and BET. BET, I love BET, I've been watching BET all my life. I am BET, BET is black entertainment, you know what I'm saying?" Webbie explained to the morning show."That was some personal stuff, you know with Rocsi and Terrence you know, that's his old lady I guess. Go look at the computer, look at the Vibe Magazine and that's what happened."
Webbie defended himself and clarified his relationship with Rocsi.
He also eluded to a recent Vibe.com photo of him and Rocsi that has been catching headlines recently.
"Look, look, look, that Vibe Magazine picture, that's what happened. My album November 15. Savage Live 3," he added. "I knew her before I made 'Bad B***h', 'Gimme that P***y' before I started making rap, I don't know Terrence."
"I didn't never know her personally, I just know how we live and where we live and the picture just explains it all. I just say Terrence, get yo ho mane! Mane get yo ho mane, get yo ho mane, that yo ho, that ain't got nothing to do with me and BET, this ain't got nothing to do with the millions of kids that I say stay in school. I make sure to say stay in school.
Despite his ban and recent Twitter posts that said he was going to beat up Terrence J, Webbie sees this as a small issue and said he doesn't wish any harm towards Terrence J.
"At the end of the day that's small, get yo ho, get yo girl."
Webbie plans to release Savage Life 3 on November 15th and is an adamant supporter of the labelmate Lil' Boosie's #FreeBoosie campaign to raise money for his legal fees and family while Lil' Boosie is incarcerated.
Despite the fact that Lil' Boosie is facing the death penalty, Webbie maintained that Boosie is" coming home soon."