B.G. Provides Clarity on Lil Wayne Diss, Reveals Conversation on the Matter

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The rapper hailing from New Orleans, has recently provided clarification regarding his diss towards Lil Wayne. He shared that he and Lil Wayne engaged in a conversation, revealing no lingering animosity between them. This article delves into B.G.'s statements, examining their significance within the hip-hop community. The rap world was stirred when B.G. dropped the diss on Lil Wayne during his verse on Finesse2Tymes' track Gangstafied.

"My n***a Weezy steady touring but he's a b***h and it's showing. I'm still a living legend, don't act like you didn't know it"

The two rappers share a longstanding history, having grown up together in New Orleans and being part of the same rap group, the Hot Boys. Despite their close past, recent years have seen tension arise between the two. In 2022, B.G. intensified the situation by releasing a diss track against Lil Wayne, sparking a notable reaction within the hip-hop community.

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The rapper, explained that he had spoken to Lil Wayne about the diss track and that they had cleared the air. He said that there was no animosity between them and that they were both focused on their music. B.G. also shared that he had a lot of respect for Lil Wayne and that he was one of the greatest rappers of all time.

"You know what I'm saying? I tell a n***a I love him and call him a b***h all in the same sentence, man. You know what I'm saying? You know? Man, look, this family business, man. You know what I'm saying? Shout out to my little brother Weezy too, man. I talked to my little brother last night, man, you know what I'm saying? Yeah, man, shout out to Charlotte, man. Still my lil' bro, man, love my lil' bro, man, you heard me? You know what I'm saying? S**t be complicated sometimes, man. Gizzle gon' do what Gizzle does, man."

The rapper.'s clarification regarding his Lil Wayne diss marks a positive turn for the hip-hop community. It demonstrates that, despite tensions, rappers can reconcile and address their differences. The optimism is high for potential future collaborations between B.G. and Lil Wayne.

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