Ross and Birdman

by: michael eli dokosi /                                   

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The entertainment industry can be ruthless and in the drama involving Birdman and Lil Wayne where Birdman is accused of sitting on funds due Wayne as a signed artiste, an insider like Ross feels the time was right to dry a few unpleasant linens.

A close associate of Birdman and Lil Wayne, Rick Ross has addressed the issue in some part on his ‘Idols Become Rivals’ Birdman diss song.

According to Ross, he admired Birdman of Cash Money Records but is now disappointed in his cheating ways stressing “I used to look up to you ni**er.”

He notes he didn’t want things to come to this but hopes he finds kindness for Lil Wayne saying he dedicated his life to him.

In the video and song, Ross continues with his charge stating producer Bangladesh has still not been paid for his production work on Lil Wayne’s ‘A Milli’ track.

A confounded Ross asks Birdman “how could you touch half a billion dollars and yet leave your team starving.”?

But the boss of the Maybach Music Group was not done. He rams into Birdman accusing him of cheating DJ Khaled of ‘We De Best Music’ of his due despite being loyal to him.

Video for this one was directed by Ryan Snyder for the Untouchable Maybach Empire to delightful end.




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