Birdman Says 'Nicki & Drake Ain't Going Nowhere' Even If Lil Wayne Leaves Cash Money

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Lil Wayne and Birdman perform as a part of the America's Most Wanted Tour at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on Sunday, September 1, 2013, in Irvine, Calif.

Birdman has kept quiet through out the countless of headlines circulating the Internet regarding tension between him and Lil Wayne. Refresher: Lil Wayne is reportedly suing Birdman and Cash Money Records for $51 million, claiming millions have been withheld from Lil Wayne and owed to him for his Tha Carter V album.

Lil Wayne: Birdman & Cash Money Records 'Refuse to Release 'Tha Carter V'

On Dec. 4, Lil Wayne took to Twitter to say that the album wouldn’t be released because "Baby & Cash Money Rec. refuse to release it." He continued to say that he "want[s] off this label."

Power 105.1's Angie Martinez spent 48 hours with Birdman for an exclusive interview with him where he discusses the status of his relationship with Lil Wayne. While the full interview won't be out until today, Tuesday, July 28, at 4 p.m.m ET, Power 105.1 previewed a two-minute teaser. Watch below.

Whether Lil Wayne leaves Cash Money Records, Birdman says that "Nicki [Minaj] and Drake ain't going nowhere regardless."

Birdman also says that Lil Wayne taking to Twitter to express his frustration against Birdman and Cash Money was "shocking" and "fucked my day up."

"That was shocking to everybody. You never thought Mula would be saying nothing negative about me ever, in no lifetime," he said. "I never thought that could ever happen -- for that man to open his mouth and say something negative about me... that was a lot. Shit fucked my day up. I love my son. He mean the world to me. For that man to say something negative about me, that affected my life."


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