Gone but never forgotten.
Wayne's former partner in the Hot Boys,
"I mean, I been there, done that," said B.G., who last partied with Wayne on Super Bowl Sunday. "So, you know, you gotta take your lick. Me, personally, I would recommend that they don't put him in general population. But then again, I don't recommend putting them on 23 and 1 [protective custody]. I don't know how he gonna do it."
The New York Daily News reported that Weezy will be serving his time in general population.
When asked about another incarcerated former Hot Boy, Turk, B.G. said he is staying tough while inside. "I talk to Turk all the time," B.G. said. "He's been down almost six years. He took 10 years on the gun charge. They dropped the charges of attempted murder on a police officer because it was friendly fire. They have a civil lawsuit with the police [officer's family]. He's supposed to be on his way to the halfway house.
"Turk's a soldier," B.G. added. "He's handling it like a gangsta. He's got smarter, wiser, he's been reading. Six years in the feds ... his chess game is on point. He's been eating. He got about 10 albums [written]. He's ready."
B.G. has his own firearm charge he has to contend with. He was arrested earlier this year on weapons charges.
"I know what comes behind what I do," B.G. told MTV News in November. "I know the consequences and repercussions of what comes behind it. Where I'm from, it's just like, that first draw is a mutha----a, the bullets raining out the sky. It's like that for real. It's a murder capital. They dropping like flies. I stay in the suburbs. All my neighbors are white and football players and doctors and dentists. I lay my head there, but when I get up in the morning, I gotta go to the projects and get some grits and cheese and sausage and toast. It's just something about that 'hood. I wanna post up and sit on the porch and get my hair braided. I'm just 'hood. The same way I came in the game is the same way I'm going out. I just can't see it no other way. I don't care if I sell 10 million, 20 million, 30 million."