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Lil Wayne to Birdman: 'Suck My D---'
Before launching into his 2013 hit "No Worries," Wayne screaming into the mic, “Birdman, you can suck my d--k.”
Wayne and Birdman have been beefing over a lengthy legal dispute since December 2014, when the Young Money founder took to Twitter, blaming the multiple setbacks for his 11th (and supposedly last) album Tha Carter V on Baby and Cash Money.
In an interview with Billboard last month, Baby assured the project would drop this year. "Carter V coming out this year, man. Wayne my son, and it’s just that simple. Carter V definitely coming out, though," he said. It also follows Birdman's posts in May of Weezy with his children.