In short, he told the crowd, “F— Cash Money.” They responded by repeating the phrase with enthusiasm.
Lil Wayne has been in a lengthy battle with the label after he sued Birdman for $51 million, alleging that the label’s co-founder misappropriated funds and didn’t pay his artists what they’re rightfully owed. Birdman retaliated by alleging conspiring to have Lil Wayne killed. The two appeared to put their beef aside back in January, but Birdman’s latest track “Hate” suggests otherwise.
Lil Wayne hasn’t been able to release Tha Carter V because Birdman has reportedly been holding it up. The rapper has released other projects since his latest album’s release date in 2014 came and went. He releasedColleGrove with 2 Chainz and is said to have another mixtape with DJ Drama in the works. He’s certainly staying busy, but who knows how these new words will go over at Cash Money headquarters. Most likely not well.
Check out the video below, which obviously features explicit language.