Back in March, TMZ reported a possible reality show about Lil Boosie and the group of women that mother his seven children. The Baton Rouge rapper has four baby mamas (Walnita Decuir, Tracey Taylor, Trivia Weatherspoon, and Gerlissa Haze). Boosie recently sat down to talk about the show that would focus on the women and their relationship with the rapper, explaining that he's all for it.

In a chat with 97.9 The Beat, Boosie revealed he was slightly hesitant about allowing the show to be produced because of the negative outcome his children could face. Boosie later came to the conclusion, he would never want to stop anyone from getting money, especially the mothers of his children.

“At first I wasn’t with it at all,” he said. “I thought it’d make my children argue, all their mommas. I ain’t gonna stop nobody from getting money. If they want to get money, I ain’t gonna stop the show or nothing like that. I ain’t gon’ be in it. But I ain’t gonna stop them from getting their money.”

Making money is something Boosie takes seriously. Walita Decuir was even arrested in 2010 for attempting to smuggle drugs to the "Grade A" rapper while he was in jail.

The reality show project has reportedly been pitch to several networks including Oxygen, Fuse and WE. If you want more of Lil Boosie, look out for his double album Touchdown To Cause Hell, dropping July 15.