Everyone seems to hate Birdman nowadays. He was once a respected man at the top of the rap world; he owned a brand that boasted names like Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Drake, and Tyga, but now everything is falling apart. While Nicki Minaj and Tyga have kept quiet about their relationships with Birdman, Drake and Lil Wayne are a lot more vocal. It’s become more and more clear at how poorly he’s treated his artists, and thats coming back to bite him. Rick Ross recently exposed him in his new music video, and you’ll want to check it out.
Idols Become Rivals
Ricky Ross teased the video earlier this week, and he got everyone excited. The song was released earlier as a sort of personal letter to Birdman; he titled it “Idols Become Rivals.”
The title is self explanatory; Birdman used to be one of Rick Ross’ personal idols, but now the two don’t have much love for each other.
Rick Ross has even opened up with the whole situation saying that he wrote the song as an open letter to Birdman to really tell him how he feels. We think he’s making his feelings pretty clear with these lyrics.
When the song first dropped, tons of people listed it as a super unfair way to diss Birdman, and some people were upset about it. After that, people came to realize that it was really more of a way for Ross to express himself and the personal disappointment he has for Birdman. Things are about to get pretty interesting.
With all the Drake and Meek Mill beef from last summer, we’re excited to see that beef is back on the menu. Drake and Meek went back and forth on different diss tracks, and Drake even started a meme war at one of his concerts. We’re not expecting these troubles to be the same type of nonsense, but we sure wish it was!
Over the past few years, Birdman has been accused of doing some pretty shady things. His business strategies are all aimed at money for himself, no matter how poorly he ends up treating his artists like Weezy and Drake. Some people think that they’re mostly misunderstandings, but even Lil Wayne has filed a lawsuit against his former “father.”