The site's sources say Walnita Decuir, Tracey Taylor, Trivia Weatherspoon, and Gerlissa Haze created a pilot for the potential show while Boosie was in prison. The four women have given birth to Boosie's 7 children. His kids vary in ages between 4 and eleven. One of the women involved, Walnita, was reportedly arrested in 2010 for attempting to smuggle Lil Boosie drugs while he was incarcerated.
The reality series is set to focus on the friendship that the four women have. Lil Boosie's involvement in the show has not been confirmed.
The producers of the series are shopping it to several networks, according to TMZ, including Fuse and Oxygen.
Recently, one of Boosie's children made headlines when she said "niggas" in an Instagram video about his release from prison. “I was too happy to fuss,” Boosie said about his child's use of the word. “After that, I told her I didn’t want her saying the word, you know. She was one of those that went through ‘Your daddy ain’t coming home’, ‘Yo daddy this’ in schools and such. So, I think it was just..when I called her and told her I was coming home, I think it was all the stuff she went through coming out. I didn’t know she had it in her like that...She went off or whatever. I just told her don’t use the word no more like that. But I ain’t whoop her or nothing. She a straight-A student.”