In a video captured and posted to Youtube by a concertgoer, Weezy invites the crowd to join him in a call-and-response chant saying “F— the bullshit… f— Cash Money.”
Their business relationship was paired with a father/son dynamic that eventually resulted in a joint album in the early 2000s, which established to their fans, a level of loyalty not often see in hip-hop alliances. However, Birdman has dealt with disgruntled artists from the Cash Money Empire, including his recent beef with Tyga.
What began as a label-related rift between Wayne and Birdman has now spiraled into a situation that includes missing funds, multi-million dollar lawsuits, discrepancies concerning the rights to music, delayed albums, and even an alleged murder plot.
In a recent interview with Hot 97’s Ebro in the Morning, Birdman seems confident that he and Tunechi will work things out legally.
“Me and him talk. You best believe that situation is going to work itself out,” he said. “Our relationship has changed. I always wanted to be part of my son’s life any kind of way possible. That’s important to me. I love him. We’re gonna figure it out.”