Lil Wayne Poses for Picture With Rick Ross and Trick Daddy
Birdman might not pull up on Rick Ross or Trick Daddy, but Lil Wayne apparently will.
When Birdman walked off 'Breakfast Club' last week, he did so after Charlamagne asked him if he pulled up on Rick Ross and Trick Daddy - two artists who threw shots at Baby while on the show - like he pulled up on "the radio guy." Incensed, Birdman responded, "I'm pullin' up on you, n*gga," and after asking if they were finished or they were done, fell into formation and filed out of the room.
Of course, Birdman and Wayne have their longstanding issues right now stemming from lack of royalties paid and the label blocking Carter V from coming out. One has to wonder if he's sending a message to Baby by getting his picture taken with the two Florida stalwarts.
“Everything is not resolved with [Birdman] and Wayne, but I overcame it by saying to them, ‘We can resolve all that behind the curtain, but for now, let’s make music for the people,’” Mannie said about their collab "Hate" from earlier this year. “When it all started coming together, the brotherly love came out. We did the song, then, ‘I wish you the best, we should do it more often.’”
Birdman has capitalized on his viral interview by releasing a line of merch with shirts that bear phrases like "Respek My Name" and "No More Talkin."
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