Lil Wayne has been heard yelling “fvck Cash Money” at many a live show since he first revealed his unfortunate predicament with his longtime label about two years ago. At a recent performance in Syracuse, NY, though, he took it a step further, as he was recorded saying, “fvck Cash Money in they a$$.” Those words suggest that Wayne’s enmity toward Birdman is as fierce as ever.
The vulgar slight came as Wayne finished the show and bid adieu to the crowd, saying, “You have been motherfuckin’ amazing. My name is Tunechi. I’m here on behalf of Young Mula motherfuckin’ baby. fvck Cash Money in they a$$. Holler back.”
Wayne is still repping Young Money ’til the death of him, though his imprint remains under the ultimate control of his former father figure. Of course, he’s looking to free Young Money and all of its artists (notably Drake and Nicki Minaj), and he’s perhaps considering bringing the Mula to a different mogul. Potentially promising negotiations between Wayne and Birdman were reportedly shut down after Weezy switched up some lyrics during a recent rendition of “I’m Me” and rapped, “And I know that ain’t fair, but I don’t care / I’m still a motherfucking Roc-A-Fella millionaire.”