T.I. recently revealed to SOHH that the signing of former Cash Money member B.G. to his Grand Hustle imprint hasn't strained his relationship with Lil' Wayne or Cash Money Records founder, Bryan 'Baby' Williams.
Since his departure from Cash Money in 2001, B.G. has repeatedly accused Baby of cheating him out of royalties and has also traded barbs with Lil' Wayne.
"I've spoken to Wayne and asked him how he feels about it and Wayne told me, the issue was with [B.G.] and Baby. And if [B.G.] and Baby are cool, I'm cool too," T.I. explained. "I'm cool with all of them. I just seen Wayne and Baby last night. I've done worked with Wayne so many times. We've toured together, kicked it together, hung out, made it rain together in clubs together… and the same with B.G. and the same with Baby."
"B.G. wouldn't tell me it ain't a problem, if it was a problem…neither would Wayne or Baby," he added.
T.I.'s fifth album, T.I. vs. T.I.P, hit shelves yesterday (July 3). The album features appearances from Jay-Z, Eminem, Wyclef Jean and Busta Rhymes.