Before anybody crowns the Juvenile, Mannie Fresh and Lil Wayne album a Hot Boys reunion, Turk, one of the original four members of the Cash Money group has dispelled rumors of his involvement in the project. In an interview with on Tuesday (Jan. 12), Turk maintained that it can't be an official Hot Boys release without the group reassembled in its entirety.

“People can stop hitting me up about any album. I don’t have nothing to do with that,” Turk said. “I’m focused on my movement and what I’m doing. But, like I’ve always said, there can’t be a Hot Boys reunion without B.G.” B.G. is currently serving a 14-year prison sentence stemming from a weapons possession and witness tampering charge.

Turk in fact even expressed skepticism, or perhaps anticipation, for what Wayne, Juve and Mannie are potentially cooking up. “I look forward to hearing that first single,” Turk added. Earlier this week, Turk wrote on Twitter, "Don't believe what you hear and half of what you see."

For his own effort, Turk has been promoting his single "Ugghhh" and has even teamed up with Wayne on a "Milly Rock" remix. Back in July of 2015, Turk settled his Cash Money lawsuit for an undisclosed amount. "The reason I’m suing now is because I realized that me being loyal has gotten me nowhere in this business,” the rapper told XXL in Feb. of last year. If there's still bad blood between Turk and the original Cash Money contingency, that could keep a true Hot Boys reunion from happening any time soon.

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