Lil Wayne and Birdman have confirmed their beef is over. The father and son rocked out an audience last night during a live performance at Club LIV in Miami.
Last summer, Birdman threw a drink at Lil Wayne in this club.
This time around, the two performed a variety songs like “Stunting Like My Daddy” and “A Milli,” to name a few.
“This my motherf*****g son,” Birdman said to the crowd. “I’ma die for him, I’ma live for him, and I’ll motherf*****g kill for him. That ain’t gon never change, n***a. This YCMB for life…”
Lil Wayne and Birdman were first seen together at Drake’s party on New Year’s Eve.
Birdman also used his time during the reunion to throw a few shots at people who had his name in their mouths.
“You b***h n****s that be saying my name, b***h I’ma pull up,” he said. “And I ain’t gon pull up talking. …Rich Gang for life.”
Many are speculating Birdman’s words were aimed at Rick Ross. Ross dissed Birdman in song “Color Money.”
“Color money got you b***h out on a world tour/My lil homie made a million on his girl tour/We back to back and down to whack a n***a unborn/Miami n****s got them changing all the gun laws/So run Forrest got some shooters and they dying too/I got more money than that p***y that you’re signed to.”
Ross clarified the record was a diss during an interview with Power 105.
“I just released “Color Money” and that record is what it is,” he said. “It’s a lot of different people that’s gonna interpet it a lot of different ways. It is what it is.”
Rozay went on to say he’s not with the sneaky talk.
“Anybody who know Rozay know how I get down. When I come I come. Let’s see how it fold. We most definitely know how I come and what I do. I don’t play no games.”
Ross went on to state he’s on good terms with Lil Wayne.
“Weezy my homie. I was just with Weezy the other night in the club,” he said. “He was just on a remix with me. J. Prince, that’s my big homie. Anything else, take it how you want it.”
But Ross also said he has no relationship with Birdman and is upset with what transpired between the Cash Money founder and Weezy earlier this year.
“…I can’t respect that, and I don’t respect that,” Ross said.
“…Birdman know how I get down,” he continued. “He was in Miami a long time. He know double M act a [fool]. …He ain’t in Miami right now. It ain’t about telling nobody where they can go. That’s fake talk. Anybody can go wherever they wanna go… cause if you was looking for somebody you can go wherever you wanted to go to get em. …To see little homie bus shot up and all this other s— transpire after homie put that on his back. That man got more CMB tattoos than Stunner do. To me, I take that personal.”
Charlemagne went on to say, “ We know who the p***y that Drake is signed to now.”
Ross replied, “It should’ve been easy.”
Weezy and Bird were engaged in a very public beef in 2015 after the YMCMB general filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against his daddy over a contract dispute.
It was rumored Birdman put a hit on Wayne after Peewee Roscoe was accused of shooting the rapper’s tour bus in April 2015.
PeeWee Roscoe allegedly dry snitched on Hip Hop mogul Birdman by hinting his involvement in the Lil Wayne’s tour bus shooting, according to court docs obtained by TMZ.
Roscoe, whose real name is Jimmy Winfrey, allegedly stated Birdman’s financial dispute with Lil Wayne led to the attempted hit. Winfrey reportedly argued, “[Birdman] should be held liable as a party to the crime.”
According to an indictment that was filed in June, Roscoe called Birdman’s cellphone immediately after the shooting.
Roscoe, armed with a .40 caliber and a 9mm handgun, allegedly drove a white 2015 Chevy Camaro onto Interstate 285 while pursuing Weezy who left an April 26 performance at the Compound in Atlanta.
Birdman and Young Thug were named in the indictment as being involved in a RICO conspiracy to kill Lil Wayne.
Roscoe was arrested in May on multiple felony counts that include aggravated assault, terroristic threats and acts, criminal damage, possession of a firearm by a felon, criminal gang activity, reckless conduct and discharging a weapon near the street.
Roscoe pleaded guilty to firing shots at Lil Wayne’s tour busses in November, according to Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Roscoe reportedly pleaded guilty to five charges and was sentenced to 20 years, including 10 to serve in prison. He will be eligible for parole after serving his sentence.