Birdman Goes Off on People Saying He Needs to Pay Lil Wayne
Update (Oct. 11, 6:34 p.m. EST):
Sounds like Rick Ross has responded to Birdman's rant. "You a year late and five years late paying that man his money. Pay that man his money," Ross says in the video below. "Stop with the jokes. Bring that shit. Bring it." Later on, he says, "Shut up and pay n***as."
— Elliott Wilson (@ElliottWilson) October 11, 2017
The Birdman and Lil Wayne beef seems to be at a quieter place these days, but fans of Weezy still aren't backing down against the Cash Money CEO for offering up the money he allegedly owes. Fans, friends and more have been riding hard for Wayne against Baby on social media for the past year or so, and now, Birdman is responding to the comments.
Going on Instagram Live for fans and critics to hear him speak, the hip-hop mogul addresses those that keep telling him he needs to pay Lil Wayne the money he owes him. Not only does he call Weezy his son, and assures fans that he's going to make sure he's straight, he then goes in on critics and tells them to not play with him.
"On G though, right? I be hearing all you niggas talking about this Lil Wayne shit. Lil Wayne this, Lil Wayne that," he says in the video. "Bitch, Lil Wayne my son. I raised him. He ain't had nothin', and I brought him to be something, and he got some. Bitch, you think I ain't gonna make sure he straight? Suck a nigga dick, bitch. I'm gonna show all you pussy niggas that got in my business, fuck you nigga. I'm gonna show you don't play with me, nigga. I'm what you call a fucking real mastermind."
Further along in the 11-minute stream, Birdman continues to come hard at the critics by calling them "pussy" and insinuates that things could get worse amongst him and Weezy if people keep pressing him.
Check out the full live stream of Birdman talking about the Lil Wayne situation below.
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