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Rick Ross Reacts To Birdman Not Paying Lil Wayne

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Ross’ recent comments on Birdman came after the Cash Money boss lashed out against critics commenting on his issues with Wayne.

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“If you ever hated on me, f**k you. I been hearing on you n****s talking bout this Lil Wayne s**t,” Birdman said. “Lil Wayne this, Lil Wayne that. B***h, Lil Wayne my son. I raised him. He ain’t had nothing. I brought him to be something and got something. B***h, you think I ain’t gon make sure he straight? Suck a n***a dick, b***h. All you p***y ass n****s that ever got in my business, f**k you n***a. I’ma show you don’t play with me, n***a. I’m what you call a real f*****g real mastermind. You little bitty b***h. If you cross my line, you know what type of n***a I am. F**k you n***a. Tear your ass up playing with me and mine.”

Wayne and Birdman have been at odds ever since the Young Money General accused the Cash Money boss of stealing money from him.

Last year, Lil Wayne sparked rumors of retirement after taking to Twitter to say he was “defenseless” and “mentally defeated.”

Weezy cleared up those retirement rumors and spoke on his issues with Birdman during an appearance on Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe’s Undisputed show on Fox Sports.

Wayne revealed he posted his tweets following an argument.

The Young Money general filed a $51 million lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money in 2015, claiming the label withheld money to his unreleased album “Tha Carter V.”

“I have a family, I have kids, I have a mother and we've got bills,” Wayne said. “And this is business. Once the business is right, then everything is right. So I did feel that way, and I didn't take the tweet down because I still feel that way, and until something is done about it, then maybe it'll change.”

Sharpe asked Weezy if he would continue working with Birdman after their legal matters were resolved, and Tunechi replied, “No sir.”

“Give me mine, and I’ll walk off free,” he said.

Wayne spoke on his dilemma with Birdman in his new Gudda Gudda-assisted record “Grateful,” a StreetRunner and Rugah Rah production. The track is available on Tidal here.

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