posted Wednesday December 23, 2009 at 06:12PM PST | 9 comments
The former Hot Boy plans on leaving T.I.'s label in search of other opportunities.
Former Hot Boy B.G. has announced that he will be leaving T.I.'s Grand Hustle Records, according to HipHopWired.com.
The news comes on the heels of the rapper's latest release, Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood. "I'm gonna be a free agent," explained the rapper in an interview. "I'm gonna sit down with the people that closest to me like my manager and lawyers and see what's the best route to do. [Grand Hustle,] no, all that's over with. [T.I.] was the executive producer of the project with me when it was on Atlantic. After the situation with him and the Hip Hop Awards, they kind of froze up on me, kept pushing the album back. This was pre-recession. Once I felt like they were playing with me, I stopped calling, got back doing what I was doing, creating another opportunity."
Amidst speculation that he might reunite with Cash Money Records alongside Lil Wayne and Birdman, B.G. only said, "If the numbers right, if it makes sense."