Just days after Rick Ross called out the Cash Money head honcho on his track “Idols Become Rivals,” Wayne is taking yet another shot at Birdman for trying to control his career and being disloyal. During his set at the 2017 SXSW music festival over the weekend, Weezy took a break from his performance to thank the fans for their support, all while addressing his beef with his former father figure.
He said to the crowd, “And all real, in all honesty I know y’all do know I am going through some bulls**t with my muthaf***in’ career and ni***s is trying to steal my career without letting me do or say a damn thing. But it’s moments like this that make that bulls**t this big to me, and I appreciate it. If you think that I am stressing or letting this sh*t get to me, please remember, there’s too much good p***y and too many great muthaf***in’ loyal fans to worry about bull***t-a** Birdman.”
Besides threatening people to put respeck on his name, Birdman has yet to officially speak out about Lil Wayne’s (or Rick Ross, DJ Khaled and many more) claims that he’s been underpaying his artists.
Check out the video above of Wayne addressing the drama.
Father & Son: 13 Photos Of Lil Wayne & Birdman In Great Spirits
1. Because bros have each other's backs.Source:Getty 1 of 13
2. Because bros hit the stage together.Source:Getty 2 of 13
3. Because bros tell each other jokes.Source:Getty 3 of 13
4. Because bros pose for pics together.Source:Getty 4 of 13
5. Because bros style on 'em in photo shoots.Source:Getty 5 of 13
6. Because bros shine together.Source:Splash 6 of 13
7. Because bros give bros hugs.Source:Getty 7 of 13
8. Because bros squash the beef no matter what.Source:Getty 8 of 13
9. Because bros make hits together.Source:Getty 9 of 13
10. Because bros rap together.Source:Getty 10 of 13
11. Because bros bury their beef.11 of 13
12. Because bros endure boring events together.Source:Getty 12 of 13
13. Because bros give each other props.Source:Getty 13 of 13
Watch: Lil Wayne Had More Words For Birdman And Cash Money During His SXSW Performance was originally published on globalgrind.com