“I want to see Lil Boosie get a second chance and take over this Hip Hop game as a Louisiana street artist but getting on that song with C was disappointing. Honestly, the beat was wack and outdated. He gotta know that C has a problem and we’re dealing with family issues. I’ve always put C and family first. It’s funny when I seen the press conference and Boosie talked about doing a project with C but he said it would be “down the line” because he got “bigger business to do” like take care of his family. And I respect that. But I’ve made C a priority while taking care of all of our families in good and bad times, but he got more love for his friends. My grandfather told me, “If you don’t have a dollar, you don’t got a friend” I told C that you shouldn’t be putting out negative music while you’re fighting a life sentence. They’re going to use those words against you. I taught him the music business, it is sad to hear him talk negative about his family and take advise from people who are in it to just get what they can get from him even while he is incarcerated. I love my brother but at times, he can be ungrateful and disrespectful. I didn’t look at the record as being a diss, I thought it was hilarious more like a comedy then gangsta rap.