Birdman Explodes On Weezy F. Baby Fans: "I Been Hearing All You N*ggas Talking About This Lil Wayne
Cash Money boss Birdman isn't going to let you Lil Wayne fans bring him down. The hip-hop mogul has come forward to clap back at every Weezy F. Baby supporter getting at his relationship with the estranged rap star.
In a new clip, Baby speaks on Wayne and credits himself for the hip-hop stud's rags to riches success.
"I been hearing all you n*ggas talking about this Lil Wayne sh*t. Lil Wayne this. Lil Wayne that. B*tch, Lil Wayne's my son, I raised him. He ain't have nothing. I brought him up to be something and got something. B*tch, I ain't going make sure he's straight? Suck a n*gga d*ck. B*tch, I'ma show all you p*ssy a** n*ggas that got into my business, f*ck you n*gga. I'ma show you. Don't play with me, n*gga. I'm what you call a real mastermind."
#Birdman speaks on his situation with #LilWayne Y'all better leave him alone
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Recently, music executive Irv Gotti shared his take on Baby's publicized rift with estranged protégé Lil Wayne.
"I don't get the Weezy and Birdman thing. You say this guy is your son, you've known this guy forever, you should work that out. Just pay him. Just pay him. He deserves it. Not only did 'he' put Cash Money Records on his back for all them years, he brought you f*cking Nicki [Minaj] and Drake. Give the n*gga [something]."
#irvgotti gives advice in the #birdman vs #lilwayne dispute "Just Pay Him..."
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A few days prior, Birdman went to social media to send Wayne a birthday shoutout.
In August, Wayne reacted to fans dissing Birdman during one of his shows.
"It's interesting though when y'all say it out here because y'all don't actually spend cash money so I don't know if you're talking about Cash Money or cash, money. That's crazy. 'F*ck Birdman,' I heard that one. ... F*ck 'em."
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