top of page
  • Writer's pictureRehaB101ONSW newsfeed

B.G.: "There is nothing criminal about being a rapper or entertainer."; regarding supervised post-jail compliance

"They don't want me doing anything pertaining to rap or entertainment that I could get paid off, of unless I get permission," stated Christopher 'B.G.' Dorsey.

He was a part of New Orleans own Cash Money Records, alongside rappers like Lil Wayne, Turk and Juvenile in the late 90s and early 2000s.


In his first on-camera interview since his release from prison last September, B.G. expressed, "There is nothing criminal about being a rapper or entertainer."


He's currently required to have explicit permission from the court before entering into self-employment.


*VIDEO: Rapper BG's music career in jeopardy. WDSU News > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zt_UlDQR-eo

 

• SOURCE: New Orleans native rapper Christopher 'BG' Dorsey's music career in limbo pending probation ruling. WDSU 6 News > https://www.wdsu.com/article/new-orleans-native-rapper-christopher-bg-dorseys-music-career-in-limbo-pending-probation-ruling/60598130

 

*RehaB101 Original New School Webcast > #RehaB101ONSW newsfeed.


• Blaze 1 Radio Blog new indie #Dance Dancehall Gospel Hip Hop Indigenous instrumental Jazz Pop #Rap Reggae rhythm and blues ( RnB / R&B ) Soul urban blogs internet live music song stream dj mix shows interview podcast rotation video youtube world wide web national international #media #news coaching commentary #Blaze1Radio #Next2Blaze #blogBlaze #indieBLAZE #mediaBLAZE #youtubeBLAZE 24/7 #BG #CashMoney #NewOrleans

*YOUTUBE PAGE: NEXT 2 BLAZE > www.youtube.com/@blaze-1-radio/videos




0 views0 comments

Comentarios


bottom of page