Last September, B.G. was released from prison after serving 11 years of a 14-year sentence for weapon possession and witness tampering.

As a condition of his release, he is forbidden from “associating unnecessarily” with convicted felons.

He was arrested this week for violating his probation by doing a show with Boosie Badazz — a convicted felon — in Las Vegas earlier this month.

He also did a track with Gucci Mane, another convicted felon.

Boosie believes B.G. is being treated unfairly.


“These people are trying to lock B.G. up for rapping, bro,” he says in a clip. “This gotta stop, bro. We’ve got to fight for our people, bro… Wrong is wrong,” Boosie declared.

B.G. is out of jail but could be sent back after his next court date


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