Juvenile Down For Hot Boys Reunion With Lil Wayne

'As long as Juvie living, it's definitely possible,' MC tells 'RapFix Live.'

Before Lil Wayne became the solo rap superstar he is today, he was making his mark as a member of a noted hip-hop group: The Hot Boys consisted of Juvenile, B.G., Turk and a teenaged Tunechi, and together they broke down doors for independent Southern artists everywhere by establishing Cash Money Records as a musical powerhouse.

The quartet dropped their debut LP, Get It How U Live!!, in 1997, which they followed two years later with their platinum sophomore album, Guerilla Warfare, but the group was rendered defunct after Juvie, B.G. and Turk left Cash Money to take on new ventures. Fans have since longed for a reunion.

On Wednesday's "RapFix Live," Juvenile said of a reunion, "It's possible. As long as Juvie living, it's definitely possible."

Though he isn't signed to YMCMB, Juvie maintains a relationship with both Wayne and Birdman. "I got a relationship with Cash Money; me and Baby still cool. We don't talk every day, but we do talk, and we can stand in a room together. It's not a situation where I'm beefed out with them," he explained.

Add DJ Khaled to the list of folks awaiting a comeback for the group. Sitting next to Juvenile on the "RapFix Live" couch, Khaled said, "I'm a fan first when it comes down to the Hot Boys, and it's the whole Cash Money era, so Juvie already know and Bird already know, I would love to see that."

Unfortunately, there won't be a full Hot Boys reunion any time soon because both Turk and B.G. are currently imprisoned. In 2005, Turk was convicted of multiple firearm-possession charges after a 2004 shooting incident with a police officer. In December of last year, B.G. plead guilty to felony weapons-possession charges stemming from a 2009 arrest.

"B.G. got dealt a bad hand," Juvie said. "He'd had his run-ins with the law through the years, so I guess this one caught up with him."

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