Lil Wayne and Birdman have been in a lengthy, and ugly, feud over the past year or so, and the two have been going back and forth in court. After Weezy filed a lawsuit against the Cash Money label head to get his Young Money umbrella out of the deal, it seemed like an all out war was sparked. There was even an incident where Lil Wayne’s tour bus was shot up, with the suspect telling authorities he was sent by Young Thug and Birdman. We still don’t have answers, but it looks like the two are back on good terms.
Read more on Lil Wayne and Birdman squashing their beef on the following pages.
The reunion in Miami
Wayne and Birdman were spotted this past weekend partying together in Miami, where they announced that the feud between them was over. Birdman even hopped on the microphone to tell the crowd, “This my motherf***ing son and Ima die for him. Ima live for him and Ima motherf***ing kill for him. Ya hear me? That ain’t never gonna change, f*cker. It’s YMCMB for life.” The two have reportedly been working with Mack Maine and others to work out their differences, and the $51 million lawsuit that Weezy filed against Birdman.
What started it all
Back in 2014, Lil Wayne revealed that Birdman was holding his Carter V album hostage, and would not be releasing it. Weezy then filed the lawsuit in order to get his unpaid royalties, as well as get out of his record deal with Cash Money, and take Young Money independent. While Weezy had a lot to say about Birdman on his Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape, Birdman still referred to Wayne as his family in an interview with Angie Martinez. Things then got ugly at LIV nightclub in Miami a few months back, as Birdman threw a drink at Wayne while he was on stage.