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Birdman Wants To Reunite Cash Money; Teases Reunion Tour And Puts Up $100M

Birdman has offered to blow a “big bag” to convince Cash Money to reunite for a reunion tour. On September 13, the New Orleans rap entrepreneur disclosed intentions to tour with the original artists from his storied label now that B.G. has been set free during an Instagram Live chat from the comfort of his private jet.

Birdman Wants To Reunite Cash Money; Teases Reunion Tour And Puts Up $100M, Yours Truly, News, December 1, 2023

Birdman did not provide further details, although he mentioned that Lil Wayne, Juvenile, B.G., and Mannie Fresh will be among the “main players” engaged. It sounds unlikely that fellow Hot Boy Turk will receive an invitation.

“We definitely going on tour. I’m putting up $100 mil for it myself,”  “But one thing for certain, two things for sure, I ain’t guaranteeing that it’s gonna be everybody. I’m standing on business and that’s what it is. If it work out, it work out. If it don’t, it don’t. But we definitely gonna get this money, that’s for a fact.”

He added,

“I don’t think it’s gonna be everybody, personally. Shit, I really don’t give a fuck — as long as we getting it. The main players gonna be there. First of all, I ain’t got nothing against no Turk at all, he’s still a [Hot Boy] . But I’m standing on business.”

Birdman expanded on his chilly connection with his former signee during the conversation. Following his release from prison in 2012, Turk didn’t receive the same “red carpet treatment” as B.G. Stunna was questioned why.

“To be honest, Turk ain’t have a relationship before he went to jail. I ain’t have a relationship with Turk, not at all.”

He added:

“A lot of n-ggas do shit, say shit, and I ain’t forgiven everybody. I’m old school, old law, G code.”

Turk recently discussed his desire to reconcile with the Hot Boys after B.G. returned to his home country, contradicting Birdman’s remarks, saying it was “only a matter of time” before the stars aligned.

“For 20-something years, there’s been off and on talk about a reunion,” “The situation was always somebody wasn’t around. I was locked up, I did eight years, eight months, 16 days, then the very year I came home, that’s when I think B.G. got sentenced in 2012.

“So the fans been wanting it for like 20 years. I believe we all want it too. I know I want it. So it’s only a matter of time when the right stars line up and things gonna work themselves out.”

Birdman Wants To Reunite Cash Money; Teases Reunion Tour And Puts Up $100M, Yours Truly, News, December 1, 2023

Even though it’s unclear whether or how many of the label’s legends will join a Cash Money reunion tour, B.G. seems intent on making up for lost time now that he’s a free man. After being released from prison, 2 Chainz revealed in a recent FaceTime call that he plans to “flood the streets” with as many as eight new albums and resume performing immediately.

“If everything work out, man, I should be back on the road by November, man, December,” “I’m lookin’ forward to it, but I’m boutta get in this lab — do me about seven, eight albums right quick, and just get to leakin’ that shit, man, puttin’ that shit out, floodin’ the streets.”

By promising to re-sign B.G. to Cash Money, the label he was signed to during the peak of his success in the late 1990s and early 2000s, Birdman has also increased anticipation for B.G.’s comeback.

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