"I'ma heal that."
Cash Money Records came out and took over for the 99 and the 2000. Actually, they took over before then, but around that time is when the world was introduced to the New Orleans legends. CMB, which stood for Cash Money Ballers, were tighter than a video vixen’s drawers. Baby/Birdman and Lil Wayne were like father and son and everyone else was family. But these days, what once stood a force to be reckoned with has now dissipated and the two heads of the empire are at war.
Lil Wayne and Birman’s beef has been a strong topic for a while. From trash talking to shady, million-dollar lawsuits to prolonged album releases, these two head honchos have been seriously bumping heads and made it publicly known that they weren’t backing down. But things have changed with one. Birdman recently went on a podcast and revealed some new feelings about his beef with his former son/friend.
No More Beef
Birdman was a recent guest on ESPN’s Cari Champion’s Be Honest podcast and was asked how he feels about his relationship with Lil Wayne.
“Um, I’ma heal that. Um, [he] still my son. I don’t like how a lot of this sh*t went down. Definitely don’t like a lot of sh*t he has said,” Birman stated as things get deeper.
Always His Son
“But at the end of the day, I would never in my life say nothing negative about him. I wouldn’t be a man if I could say somebody my son and speak down on him. That’s not a man. I look at him as my son and I won’t finish the game without Wayne even if he stay with me or go do whatever he wanna do. I respect him as a son and um, I’ma fix it,” he continued.
No Matter What
He continues in saying that even if his attempts at reconciling fail, no matter what happens between him and Wayne, he will always see him as a son. “Whatever happens after that, we just gon’ let it be but I’ma always respect him as a son. I love him as a son and I would ever say nothing negative about him, ever.”