Birdman has a message for anybody who has something to say about his ongoing trials and tribulations with Lil Wayne.
Taking to social media, Baby directed a pranity-laced tirade at his critics, who try to bring Weezy up in conversations.
“I be hearing all you ni**as talkin’ about this Lil Wayne shit,” he said. “Lil Wayne this, Lil Wayne that. Bitch, Lil Wayne my son. I raised him. He ain’t had nothing, I brought him to be something, and got something. Bitch, you think I ain’t gonna make sure he straight? Suck a ni**a dick, bitch.”
From there, Birdman promised to tear anybody who crosses him, calling himself a mastermind, and warning others not to play with him or his business.
“I’ma show all you pussy ass ni**as that ever got in my business,” he said. “Fuck ya, ni**a. I’ma show you don’t play with me, ni**a. I’m what you call a fuckin’ real mastermind, you lil’ bitty bitch. You heard me? And if you cross my line, you already know, I ain’t even gotta tell ya. You know what type ni**a I am. That’s how it is. Fuck ya, ni**a. Tear ya ass up, playing with me and mine.”
In December 2014, Wayne asked to be released from Cash Money. Later, he sued the label for $51 million and has promised not to release Tha Carter V until he reaches a settlement with the imprint. Since then, he’s dissed Birdman and Cash Money at concerts, and urged his fans to do the same.
One the most vocal critics Birdman’s treatment Lil Wayne has been Rick Ross. The Mastermind rapper even released “Idols Become Rivals” about Baby, Weezy, and other artists who claim that the Cash Money boss has not paid him, including DJ Khaled.