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Rick Ross keeps his foot on Birdman’s neck in a new video where he asked the rap mogul to pay Lil Wayne.
Last week, Birdman went on an epic rant on Instagram Live cursing out his critics including Rick Ross while telling them to stop speaking on his feud with Lil Wayne. As we all know, the Cash Money honcho owes Weezy millions of dollars and has even shelved his last album Tha Carter V. While Wayne has not said anything since that rant, Rozay responded with one simple message, pay that man his money.
“Am riding with a couple homies we gonna go grab a bite to eat,” Rick Ross said. “It just ran across my mind like damn I wonder if Birdman paid that man [Lil Wayne] yet, pay that man. Pay that man that man sold a million the first week, god damn what that man got to do to get his money, what that man got to do for you to pay him. Sell 10 million in the first two days then you don’t pay the man, god damn that man let you sweet ni**as ride around for a very long time man. Go and get a loan and pay that man.”
Rick Ross posted a couple more clips of himself calling out Birdman for his reputation of not paying people he worked with. The MMG rapper even dared Birdman to come at him. “You know where am at I am about to get me some lemon pepper wings,” he said. During his rant, Birdman claimed that Lil Wayne is his son and he will make sure that he is straight because he took Wayne from nothing and made him into something. But according to Rozay, he used Weezy to make millions and then refused to pay the Young Money rapper what he is owed.
The Cash Money Records CEO went on Instagram Live to talk to his fans and that’s when things quickly went south. His fans started to pepper him with questions about paying Lil Wayne the millions of dollars that he owes the rapper and release the album “Tha Carter V.” Birdman didn’t appreciate everyone coming after him over Weezy so he offloads an expletive-laced tirade and then went lights out.
Baby called Lil Wayne his son and says that nothing and no one can ever come between them. He also insisted that he will make sure that Weezy is straight, but the real meaning of that is not yet known. After all, Wayne is still suing him for $51 million and still insisting that he wants out of Cash Money label.
“I be hearing all you ni**as talking about this Lil Wayne sh*t,” Birdman said. “Lil Wayne this, Lil Wayne that. B*tch, Lil Wayne my son. I raised him. He ain’t had nothin’, and I brought him to be something, and he got some. B*tch, you think I ain’t gonna make sure he straight? Suck a ni**a d*ck, b*tch. I’m gonna show all you pu**y ni**as that got in my business, f**k you ni**a. I’m gonna show you don’t play with me, ni**a. I’m what you call a f***ing real mastermind. You little billy b*tch you heard me, and if you cross my line you already know, I ain’t even got to tell you. You know the type of ni**a I am I will tear your ass up if you play with me and mine.”
Birdman then says he is smiling because he knows all of his critics are not gangster enough to step to him. Perhaps he was specifically referring to Rick Ross who viciously dissed him in his track “Idols Become Rivals.” The hip hop mogul then started ranting about other rappers riding around in Rolls-Royce Wraith, a car that he calls a “b*tch mobile” aka a car that a female should be driving. On another note, Birdman says that he was at the Mercedes-Benz dealership buying a car for his lady [Tony Broxton].
During his lengthy Instagram Live session last weekend where he spoke with his fans about his new album Chronology, he spoke about the infamous Mavado and Popcaan beef. Chronixx think that if these two dancehall heavy weights unite they can take dancehall music to the next level and I agree with that assessment and so does the vast majority of dancehall fans.
“So we want Popcaan and Mavado to know that them are the artists that… them man there are going to take dancehall to the next level and if them unite it will be like a earthquake,” Chronixx said. “Check the African artists them, they are united and look how Africa big.”
Mavado and Popcaan beef started last summer and dominated dancehall for the rest of 2016 into early 2017. Mavado was named the victor, but Popcaan would soon find himself in another beef with Vado’s close friend Alkaline.
The reggae singer released his highly anticipated new album Chronology last weekend and the wait was worth it. To celebrate the release, Chronixx took part in a lengthy Instagram Live sessions last weekend where he spoke about a handful of artists he would collaborate with. One of the takeaways from the IG Live session was his thoughts about Vybz Kartel and this is what he had to say.
“Big up Worl’Boss you done know that the worst thing you can do is fight another artist, that is the most degrading thing,” Chronixx said. “You can talk the truth and you can say what you like and dislike but don’t fight the artist. Vybz Kartel is a very devote artist in my opinion he did a lot less than he could and let me not put too much pressure on the man but you done know, great artist of our time. He is a man who fully dedicates himself to being an artist so big up all the Gaza people them in the house. We a say Kartel long before Gaza because a Spanish Town we come from and anybody who a talk bout Kartel we a say Kartel from even before Portmore Empire.”
Chronixx raised a few eyebrows when he revealed during his IG Live session that he would not collaborate with Alkaline although he is a fan of some of his music. The “Chronology” singer previously get some heat for some past statements about Vybz Kartel calling him a cannibal, but this time he was careful not to anger the massive Gazanation fan base. Do you think that Chronixx and Vybz Kartel should collaborate on new music? Sound off in comments below.