Facing a 14 year prison sentence, B.G. says he is "comfortable" with his situation, and blames no one but himself.
B.G. seems to be taking his overwhelmingly lengthy 14 year prison sentence in stride. The former Cash Money rapper takes full responsibility for his actions, but is at peace that he will be doing his time like a man.
The former Hot Boys member blames no one but himself for the charges. In an interview with DJ Slab 1 of New Orleans (from XXL) he said, “[A]t the end of the day, I possessed a firearm and I was a convicted felon. I shouldn’t have had a firearm. I had a firearm. I can’t take that back. I gotta do my bid. It is what it is.”
Stemming back to charges from a 2009 traffic stop, police found three guns in the car B.G., real name Christopher Dorsey, was in. The vehicle was also deemed stolen. B.G. convinced one of his associates to claim false ownership of the gun, so prosecutors were able to tack-on a witness tampering charge. Add in that prosecutors link B.G. to a few of New Orleans’ high-profile murders, and B.G.’s sentence ballooned to 14 years.
Feeling “comfortable” with his sentencing because he did not name any names, the former Cash Money rapper said, “You know how the Feds operate. If you don’t want to give them nothin’ then they be extra harsh on you. So, I don’t regret being real. I don’t regret not taking nobody with me. I’m cool and comfortable in my situation.”
B.G. claims that while the sentence is long, this is not the last we will hear from him, ““I know I gotta footprint in the game. I know I left a legacy. I know this ain’t the end of my story. It’s just another chapter in this life of a movie I’m living. This was in the cards for me. This was the hand I was dealt. I’m down, but I’m not out.”