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Juvenile explains Cash Money downfall and talks Lil Wayne with Complex

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Last week, Hip Hop Vibe had the opportunity to speak to Turk and he talked about his support of a Hot Boyz reunion, but only if B.G. was free. A few years ago, Juvenile and B.G. revealed they were interested in reuniting with Lil Wayne for a new Hot Boyz album. Eventually, these talks fizzled and the Hot Boyz reunion rumors ended.

When the Hot Boyz originally left Cash Money Records, it led to a downward spiral and a long-standing feud. Juvenile was the first to leave Cash Money Records, but he briefly returned in 2003 for the release of Juve the Great. The album was a commercial and critical success, but he would again leave the label and not on the best of terms.

Juvenile recently spoke to Complex about the Cash Money situation, explaining the money owed to him by Birdman and Slim. Because of his work in the early stages of Cash Money, Juvenile feels he and Mannie Fresh, who is still waiting on his compensation, should have been paid first. The New Orleans emcee explained how him speaking up and his departure led to B.G. and Mannie Fresh doing the same.

According to Juvenile, Lil Wayne also knows he is getting ripped off and is afraid to confront Birdman and Slim.

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