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time space for Lil Boosie. Hearing the news, his two entourage released fire to the crowd and injured five people but to no serious damage. Police the processed the case and charged his two people with attempted murder and illegal gun possession. Plies were released on a $10,000 bail but more problems waited at home. Due to his slightly-damaged reputation, it was decided that the featuring artist of 'I Wanna Fuck You' will be Snoop Dogg who had circulated his version on an unofficial mixtape. Plies' name was even eliminated from the credit and the title was changed to 'I Wanna Love You' to hinder any misconception. Ironically, the song peaked at #1 in Billboard Hot 100 without physical CD release or promotional video.
"I've got the problems that come with being successful, but I ain't got real problems," Plies once said. "There's some dude in the world that just got a life sentence today. That's a real problem. I make reality music. I don't make music that's out of touch. There's so much in the world that I can talk about that'll help people through their struggles." With that, Plies was back in the studio to continue working on his solo effort. On August 7, 2007 'The Real Testament' was released with 'Got 'Em Hatin'' made as the bonus track.
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