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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 >


• SOURCE: New Orleans native rapper Christopher 'BG' Dorsey's music career in limbo pending probation ruling. WDSU 6 News >


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