Lil Wayne continues to throw shots at Birdman and Cash Money Records, this time during a recent concert in Phoenix, Arizona. In the video, which you can watch above, Wayne can be seen talking to the crowd and then encourages them to say “Fuck the Birdman” and “Fuck Cash Money” as the fans chant along with him. Along with the shots, which seem to be the first time that Wayne has actually dissed Birdman by name, the Young Money rapper also announced he has two new albums on the way. “I’m going through a lot of bullshit right now these niggas got me in bars right now, they don’t want to see me make good music. I don’t know what the f*#k’s going on, but f*#k them niggas,” Wayne told the crowd.
It’s currently unclear what new projects Wayne was talking about, but him taking more shots at his former boss and label is really no surprise at this point. Just last week, reports came out that Wayne and Birdman’s settlement talks had broken off, mainly because Birdman is still refusing to release Wayne’s highly-anticipated Carter V album. While it’s unknown if Birdman will respond to Wayne’s shots, it certainly doesn’t look like this issue is going away anytime soon, despite the fact that it looked like they put their differences behind them earlier in the year. As of now, Wayne still has a standing $51 million lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money and the situation is only going more south as the weeks go on.
We’ve reached out to Wayne’s reps for comment on the video and will continue to update this story as more details come out.
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