B.G. has doubled down on his denial that he’s a snitch by sporting a new chain that makes his stance against “rats” loud and clear.
The former Hot Boys rapper spent 11 years in prison after pleading guilty to possession of a firearm and conspiracy to obstruct justice, but Wack 100 recently claimed that he has paperwork proving that B.G. cooperated with law enforcement in his gun case.
Taking to Instagram Live on Thursday (December 28), the New Orleans rap veteran once again brushed off the allegations while flexing his new bling, which features a pendant of a rat laying in a coffin.
“This my new little ice that I had to pull out. Snitches’ lives don’t matter,” B.G. told his followers, before opening and closing the movable casket on his chain. “You want to how this — open casket. That’s the rat in the casket. Casket closed.”
He also previewed a new single in the background of the clip.
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B.G. previously denied the snitching allegations in an interview TTE Notti on Pop Austin Media earlier this week.
“At first, I was feeling some type of way but the n-ggas whose opinion matter reached out to me, you know what I’m saying?” he said. “I’ve been paying attention to this internet and this internet a fool, ya heard me? This shit a beast. You know, the internet undefeated and truth don’t need no cosigner.”
He continued: “So once I told them, my real jail n-ggas reached out to me and they heard about it. And then the n-ggas on the streets that I know standing on business, they like, ‘Don’t even pay that shit no point. N-ggas just trying to use your light to pull them out the darkness.’ […] What’s understood don’t need to be explained.”
Only released from prison in September, B.G. has already released a collaborative mixtape with Gucci Mane titled Choppers & Bricks, with the Louisiana legend also dropping singles with E-40, Boosie Badazz and Kevin Gates.
B.G. and Gucci recently revealed how their joint project came together so quickly following his release from prison.
“When he told me let’s do the tape and start sending me records, it became apparent to me soon like, ‘Damn, all these songs hard,’” La Flare said on the Rap Radar Podcast.
B.G. added: “There was a couple of records that I sent and he sent back that I wanted to change my verse on. I called him like, ‘Wop, man, you crushed me on this one! I think I might need to go back in.’ But I ain’t go back in and touch it though.
B.G. has also teased big things in 2024, writing on Instagram: “While you n-ggas sleep I’m up headed to work. I gotta see my psychiatrist and go to class… I’m doing all this and I’m Halfway Out..2024 will be the greatest comeback in Hip Hop History #RNS 100 #LiveFromTheHalfwayHouse on the way…”