"I ain't gonna stop them from getting their money," rapper says.
Lil Boosie isn't knocking anyone's hustle, especially his exes. The four mothers of his seven children are shopping a reality show centered around their lives while the Louisiana rapper was incarcerated, and he's no longer opposed to the idea.
The women, Walnita Decuir, Tracey Taylor, Trivia Weatherspoon, and Gerlissa Haze already shot the show pilot. Boosie wasn't receptive to the show because he didn't want his children to be negatively affected. "At first I wasn't wit' it at all. I thought it'd make my children argue, or [their] mamas," the 31-year-old shared in an interview with Dallas radio station 97.9. "But I ain't gonna stop nobody from getting money if they want to get money."
He may have changed his stance about the show itself, but don't expect to see him on camera. "I ain't gon' be in it, but I ain't gonna stop them from getting their money," reiterated Boosie.
While his exes creep over to the reality world, the "Wartime" spitter's professional focus is on Touchdown 2 Cause Hell, his first studio effort since getting out of prison. The album drops July 15 and will be the "best double-disc since Tupac's All Eyez on Me," according to Boosie.
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