The longstanding feud between B.G. and Lil Wayne has been reignited as the former dissed his former Hot Boys groupmate in a new track titled “Gangstafied,” featuring Finesse2Tymes, released on Friday (January 5).
In the collaboration, B.G., also known as Gizzle, takes a direct shot at Lil Wayne, addressing his activities since the Hot Boys era and asserting his own status as a “living legend.”
The lyrics go: “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.”
The animosity between B.G. and Lil Wayne traces back to the early 2000s when B.G. parted ways with Cash Money Records. Lil Wayne addressed B.G. and others who left the label in his 2004 Tha Carter song “I Miss My Dawgs,” expressing sentiments of missing his former associates despite the changes in their relationships.
B.G. responded to Lil Wayne’s track at the time, expressing his disappointment and feeling disrespected, especially when Lil Wayne mentioned: “fuck everybody who left Cash Money.” B.G. clarified that his issues were more with Birdman, the co-founder of Cash Money Records, as he was the one responsible for financial matters.
The recent diss by B.G. raises questions about the potential Cash Money reunion tour that Birdman has been hinting at since B.G.’s release from prison in September. Birdman, in an Instagram Live session, mentioned plans for the tour, but acknowledged that it might not include all members, emphasizing a focus on business.
The feud between B.G. and Lil Wayne adds a layer of uncertainty to the speculated reunion tour, leaving fans curious about the potential participation of all the original members.