Looks like The Breakfast Club has a new "Donkey of the Day".
Cash Money's CEO Bryan "Baby" Williams who goes by the rap name Birdman made the news this week. His ignorance was live and direct on the FM agitators program. They let the mic goes live.
Birdman goes to The Breakfast Club to whine about the hosts giving his rivals Rick Ross and Trick Daddy airtime. The rappers agreed that Birdman screwed Lil' Wayne over the scrapped Tha Carter V.
Birdman decided to pay Angie Yee, DJ Envy and Charlamagne Tha God a visit.
Birdman who is an affiliate with the Bloods, a domestic terrorist group (street gang) gave Charlamagne a warning shot. He said, "I'm pulling up on you, nigga!!"
|Ignorance from media mogul Bryan "Baby" Williams, known as rapper Birdman.|
Birdman's interview will go down in history as one of the shortest interviews in the show's history.
The antics went viral and now the hip-hop community condemned the media mogul for his behavior.
The Breakfast Club did an official ban of the media mogul after this.
Birdman since apologized.
Birdman is under federal watch. The feds are watching him. They believe that he's involved in domestic terrorism through his affiliation with The Bloods. They still want to ask him questions about Lil' Wayne's bus being shot up in Atlanta. Young Thug's manager was indicted on the shooting. He's squawking to the feds about the Birdman and Thugger's antics.
Keyshia Cole made the news last year after she acted a fool in Birdman's home. Cole was rumored to be involved with the 47-year old media mogul.
The Cash Money empire is struggling right now. Drake is working on his final album with the Young Money/Cash Money label. The Views from the 6 is slated for release soon. Drake is working on establishing his OVO Sound acts.
|Charlamange Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy host the celebrity agitation program The Breakfast Club.|
Ms. Nicki's going to make a debut in the Barbershop sequel with Ice Cube, Common, Anthony Anderson and Eve.
2 Chainz did a solidarity album with Lil' Wayne. Collegrove was a success. Weezy couldn't get the credit because Cash Money blocked his namesake from the release. Def Jam released it as a 2 Chainz solo.
Bill O'Reilly's recent statements about Black people not getting jobs because they have tattoos on their foreheads seems to be aimed at Lil' Wayne, Gucci Mane, Birdman, Soulja Boy and Young Thug.
Many in the entertainment industry dismissed O'Reilly as an ignorant bigot. O'Reilly since clarified his comments.
The Breakfast Club is on Revolt TV and many syndication radio networks. It's locally on Power 105.1 FM, an iHeartMedia station during the hours of 6am - 11am.