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Birdman & Lil Wayne Reunite at Club LIV in Miami

The longstanding feud between Lil Wayne and Birdman could possibly be moving toward reconciliation, as the New Orleans natives were seen embracing and sharing a few words together at Club LIV in Miami on Sunday (March 11). 

Weezy and Stunna were caught on camera hugging it out while reuniting in the club's VIP area overlooking the rest of the scene, as Meek Mill's "Dreams & Nightmares (Intro)" blared in the background. The inaudible video wouldn't allow the exchange to be translated, but the encounter seemed to be genuinely light-hearted and non-aggressive. 

The "Lollipop" artist previously launched a $51 million lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records back in 2015. More recently, the 49-year-old appeared on The Wendy Williams Show last month (Feb. 20) and divulged on his hopes to patch up his relationship with Wayne. "It's a lot of moving parts with me and Wayne, but it's important to me that I fix that. I will fix that. At some point in life you're going to see me and Wayne working again," he said.

Williams went as far as to guarantee that Tha Carter V  would be dropping this year in another interview (Feb. 20) with Rap-Up. "You'll get that this year," he claimed, regarding the highly anticipated project, but the timing will be up to Tunechi. Wayne has continued to be vocal about his label situation: "Fuck Cash Money and fuck the Birdman. They don't want to see me make good music, I don't know what the fuck is going on," Weezy explained to fans during a recent concert.

Check out the video of Birdman and Lil Wayne reuniting on Sunday (March 11) below. 


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