While Weezy’s lawsuit against Cash Money is still active, Birdman told the crowd that the bond with his protégé is unbreakable.
“This my motherfuckin’ son and I’ma die for him, I’ma live for him, and I’ll motherfuckin’ kill for him, ya heard me?” he said. “That ain’t gon’ never change. It’s YMCMB for life.”
He also addressed those who have had his name in their mouths. Some believe his words were aimed at Rick Ross, who may have dissed him on his Black Market song “Color Money.”
“But you bitch asses that be sayin’ my name, bitch, I’ma pull up,” he continued. “And I ain’t gon’ pull up talking, believe that. Rich Gang for life.”
Weezy didn’t say a word, but smiled and raised his champagne bottle. The two also performed their 2006 collaboration “Stuntin’ Like My Daddy.”
Drake acknowledged the moment, posting a photo of his mentors’ reunion on Instagram with the money bag emoji 💰.
Birdman and Wayne were photographed together at Drake’s New Year’s Eve party. Young Money president Mack Maine arranged for a phone call between them just hours before the event. They reportedly discussed their issues including the millions Birdman allegedly owes Wayne, who filed a $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money last year.
Source: Rap Up