B.G. has reunited with his jeweler after 11 years apart following his lengthy bid behind bars which ended when he regained his freedom in September.
Footage emerged of the Cash Money Records rapper with Sol The Jeweler who appeared to bless him with an icy 504 chain in a salute to his hometown of New Orleans.
“What’s up? Long time no see,” B.G. told Sol as they dapped up and hugged for an emotional embrace for the first time in years. “You stupid, man. What’s up with it though? How you been?
B.G. added while rocking his new chain: “It’s 504 big dog ya heard me? You already know. New Orleans’ finest. Choppa City.”
B.G. reunites with his old jeweler after getting out of prison
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At the same time he was spotted with his jeweler, the New Orleans native was seen shooting a video to an unreleased song with Gucci Mane.
Guwop and B.G. were seen working out in the gym and vibing to their upcoming collaboration on set. The “Bling Bling” hitmaker made sure to rock the new 504 chain he got not long before for the visual. Gucci upped B.G. by going with a thick golden chain that looked heavy enough to break a child’s neck.
Gizzle has plenty of new music coming as he recently teased a joint album with Boosie Badazz and was seen in the studio with Mike WiLL Made-It.
“I told y’all I was cooking up something special,” Gizzle wrote. “my n-gga @mikewillmadeit came through and blessed me with some [fire emojis] gas…the vibe was so strong we decided to do a whole EP together that’s #ComingSoon”
He continued: “I always believed you never give the streets what you want em to have ,you give em what they want… and my true riders want that classic Gizzle shit..with that being said, get ready for #GizzleAfterTheSentencing … I’m in straight #BeastMode and ain’t nobody safe…#HeartOfTheStreets #3 #ComingSoon #HeartOfTheStreets2.5 coming sooner…. 100 The wait is almost over.”
Following a longstanding legal battle, B.G. (real name Christopher Noel Dorsey) regained his freedom in September after being incarcerated for 11 years on weapons and witness tampering charges.
In 2012, B.G. was condemned to 14 years behind bars after pleading guilty to two counts of possession of a firearm and one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice stemming from a 2009 traffic stop arrest.