Despite their onstage reunion a few months ago, Lil Wayne’s feud with Birdman and his Cash Money Records is apparently still far from over. Tunechi made sure everyone knew how he felt about the label when he was performing at Denver’s 420 Rally over the weekend.
As seen in a video below, which was taken and shared online by a concertgoer, the rapper stood in front of a huge crowd during his appearance at the event, and had them chant, “F**k the bulls**t” and “F**k Cash Money.”
After spending most of 2015 beefing over the indefinite delay of “Tha Carter V”, Wayne and Birdman seemed to have buried the hatchet when they hit the stage together back in January to perform their 2006 collaboration “Stuntin’ Like My Daddy”. A few days later, the two were pictured hitting the studio with Yo Gotti.
Earlier this month, Birdman denied he caused the feud with Wayne by preventing him from dropping the LP. “Me not putting out ‘Tha Carter V’, why wouldn’t I? I’ve got a lot of money invested into Young Money and Wayne. So for me, I want to get some of mine’s back, you understand me?” he explained in an interview on Hot 97.
“Wayne is his own boss. I would never stop him from doing nothing. He’s still puttin’ out records – I could stop that s**t if I wanted to, but I ain’t gonna stop him from hustlin’,” he continued and added that he still considered Wayne his own son though their relationship changed after their public fallout.