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When Lil Boosie was released from prison last week after being locked up for 5 years the hip hop community rejoiced. However, Peter Rosenberg of Hot 97 suspects there was a lot of fake love going around.
"The social media and the hype surrounding the return of Lil Boosie from prison is downright out of control," Peter said this morning on The Realness. "This is no disrespect to Lil Boosie. I think Lil Boosie is super talented. Let's just be real though. Most of these places and people talking about him don't actually care about Lil Boosie."
Rosenberg also went in on people who remembered The Notorious B.I.G. on the 17th anniversary of his passing on Sunday, March 9.
"Did you happen to see yesterday's Biggie celebration?" he asked Ebro. "I understand that we at Hot 97, the station that broke Biggie Smalls and had a deep relationship with him... It made sense that on the radio here we did something. But guys, it was the 17th anniversary. It wasn't 15. It wasn't 20. It wasn't 25. I don't need every d***** bag on Instagram to put up their tribute to Biggie Smalls. Guess what? If Biggie's looking down he doesn't care what you think about him. Just shut up already!"
Miss Info totally disagreed with her colleague
"Who is Rosenberg to take away anybody's emotional attachment to Biggie? And tell them that on whatever year it is, whether it's not the right year count [or] It's an odd number. Who cares?" Info argued."
What do you think of Rosenberg's comments?