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B.G. Tells Lil Wayne To ‘Stop Playing’ Over Hot Boys Reunion: ‘It’s A Big Bag Involved’

B.G. has sent Lil Wayne a message over a potential Hot Boys reunion, telling his former groupmate to “stop playing.”

In an Instagram Live, the New Orleans native — who was released from prison late last year — made it clear he wants the rap group to reform even though he recently dissed Wayne.


“Say Juve, there’s people on my line, man, about this Hot Boys reunion,” he said. “Weezy, stop playing, man. It’s a big bag involved, man. Ya heard me?

“I know you super rich. I know you like Taylor Swift outchea. Come on, man. Stop playing, man. Let’s get to this bag.”

B.G.’s plea for a Hot Boys reunion was met with some criticism from fans given his recent comments about Lil Wayne.

One said: “Sir, you can’t diss the man and want him to help you get to a bag. He doesn’t need that bag like you do. Being humble will get you far lol.”


Another joked: “Wayne be on his mind every second of the day and Wayne just thinking bout coochie and drugs.”

B.G. took aim at his former Cash Money labelmate last month on a song with Finesse2Tymes called “Gangstafied.”


“My n-gga Boosie went home and my dawg was steady blowing/ My n-gga Weezy steady touring but he’s bitch and it’s showing/ I’m still a living legend, don’t act like you didn’t know it,” he rapped.

B.G. then attempted to clarify his remarks on Instagram Live where he said: “Y’all don’t understand what the fuck be going on, you know what I’m saying? I tell a n-gga I love him and call him a bitch all in the same sentence. It’s family business, man.

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“Shout out to my little brother Weezy. I spoke to my little brother last night. Shout out to shorty, man. Still my little bro. Love my little bro. This shit be complicated.”

Birdman has teased a Hot Boys reunion as part of a potential Cash Money tour.


In an interview last September shortly after B.G.’s prison release, the record executive said he plans to put up $100 million of his own money to fund the trek and that “the main players” would be involved.

However, he couldn’t guarantee that “everybody” would appear, seemingly alluding to estranged Cash Money alumnus Turk.


Birdman also previously promised to re-sign B.G. to Cash Money now that he’s a free man.