The civil war within the Cash Money camp seems to be over.
Lil' Wayne and Birdman patched things up for the time being. The two were on some bitter shit for almost a year now. They were trading insults online, in the studio and inside the courtroom.
Weezy claims that Cash Money stalled Tha Carter V from being released and he threatened to sue for royalties and a full release off the Cash Money/Young Money label. Mind you the Young Money label is Lil' Wayne's label but its a subsidiary of Cash Money and its under contract as well.
There's reports that Mack Maine arranged a meeting with Bryan "Birdman" and Ronald "Slim" Williams.
MTV News report that the two were spotted at a Cash Money reunion event. Back on New Year’s Eve, the pair reunited for a photo with the entire Cash Money squad hanging at a Drake show, which prompted some speculation that the troubles in their relationship — which includes lawsuits, thrown drinks and a tour bus shooting — had been settled.
This week, its confirmed that Birdman and Weezy stood on stage together, right next to each other, as Birdman explained the current state of their relationship.
"This is my motherf–king son," Birdman says in a video taken Sunday night, pointing to Weezy. "I'd die for him, I'ma live for him and I'll motherf–king kill for him. You heard me? That ain't gonna never change…it's YMCMB for life."
On Drake's social media page, the Champagne Papi posted a simple confirmation of the feud settling down.
DJ Akademiks post a picture of Birdman, Lil' Wayne and Romeo Miller.
Even Young Money president Mack Maine went to social media to express support for the two. In his posting he says “United We Stand Divided We Fall!!”
According to TMZ, Young Money president Mack Maine arranged for a phone call between Wayne and Birdman just hours before they met up at Drake’s New Year’s Eve party in Miami. They reportedly discussed their issues including the millions Birdman allegedly owes Wayne.
The two have “strong feelings” about squashing their beef. However, Wayne is not willing to dismiss his $51 million lawsuit against Cash Money Records unless they reach an agreement.
Mack Maine is being credited for initiating the idea of a settlement and brought Weezy and Baby together at Drake’s NYE party.
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